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I motivi che spingono un essere umano a fare musica possono essere infiniti e ogni canzone, ogni disco, ogni nota prodotta ha la propria ragione d’essere. 317 more words


Watch Me'shell Ndegeocello's New Video: Waterfall

The song “Waterfall”  is almost too ubiquitous in pop culture and has been very heavily covered. But Ndegeocello’s unconventional treatment, full of bluesy guitar licks, overlapping vocals and unexpected musical and lyrical interpolations, has the potential to make you hear the song in a completely new way. 69 more words

Vinyl Collectors

Meshell Ndegeocello: Ventriloquism Review

(Naïve)Meshell Ndegeocello isn’t a fan of modern R&B: “I find myself not being able to listen to a lot of ,” she recently told Billboard, “just because of the vibration it gives off.” Little wonder then that, after a grief-filled year in which she buried one parent and half-lost the other to dementia, the feted…

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Music News

As Mary Was Here for God

Something in the way he moves, his grace, the
way he struts his stuff.

This I know, I want him, I want him in the worst… 64 more words


Chaka Khan ft. Meshell Ndegeocello - "Never Miss The Water"

From her album “Epiphany: The Best Of Chaka Khan Volume 1” (1996):

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Music History

Did you forget about Me’Shell Ndegeocello’s album Plantation Lullabies?

The emergence of neo-soul in the 1990s-early 2000s was a landmark moment in black music. Neo-soul is exactly what it’s name implies (new-soul), combining elements of 1960s-70s style soul music, a little funk, a little jazz and some hip hop. 798 more words