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187317, D'angelo & Soultronic 7/8/00 Stockholm "Definitive Edition" torrent flac
Posted by JimmyJon, Mon Feb-08-10 09:37 AM

In honor and celebration of the 10 year anniversary of the greatest album of the century: D'angelo's Voodoo.
Although this post is a few weeks late, it's still pertinent. There are several circulating versions of this FM broadcast:
(1) has interviews spliced in throughout the broadcast
(2) has the complete show without interviews and slightly better quality
(3) the "unknown remaster" of source 1 and now
(4) source 3 with the interviews from source 1 added to the beginning. Also included as a bonus is a 2 hour interview with D'angelo (with live clips from this show spliced in), and a copy of Questlove's Voodoo Tour Diaries.

P.S. Questlove posted several Voodoo outtakes a few weeks ago: http://www.swift.fm/questlove/
(you can easily download the mp3s by viewing the source code, searching for the word "mp3" and paste the mp3 link into your browser to pull it up directly, then save it to your computer)

P.S.S. If you're not sure if you should check this out because D'angelo is "that naked rnb singer," let's put it this way: Do you like James Brown? If YES, then download this immediately.

D'angelo & Soultronic
July 8th, 2000
Stockholm, Sweden @ Cirkus "Definitive Edition"
FM/SBD > ? > CDR > remaster > CDR > EAC > flac

Disc One:
1. Radio Intro / Interview >
2. Interview >
3. Interview
4. Interview
5. Interview
6. Devil's Pie >
7. funk jam >
8. Send It On
9. Feel Like Makin' Love >
10. Chicken Grease
11. Me & Those Dreamin' Eyes Of Mine >
12. Shit, Damn, Motherfucker

Disc Two:
1. Funk Jam >
2. Left & Right >
3. Jam
4. Jam >
5. Brown Sugar
6. Lady >
7. Funk Jam
8. slow jam
9. Untitled (How Does It Feel)

Background vocals: Anthony Hamilton, Shelby Johnson & Jack King
Tenor Saxophone: Jacques "Brother Jacques" Schwarz-Bart
Trumpet: Russell Gunn
Trombone and Trumpet: Frank "Root" Lacy
Guitars: Chalmers Edward "Spanky" Alford & Samuel "Norris" Jones
Keyboards: June Bervine
Bass: Pino Paladino
Drums: Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson
Percussion: Frankie "Knuckles" Walker

July 8th, 2000
Stockholm, Sweden @ radio interview
FM/SBD > ? > mp3 > CDR > EAC > flac

2 disc radio interview
Disc One:
Disc Two: