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Jamie Lidell - Multiply Album
Jamie Lidell - Multiply Album
Performer: Jamie Lidell
Title: Multiply
Label: Warp Records
Style: Soul
Cat: CD131
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1718 mb | MP3 size: 2359 mb | WMA size: 2415 mb
Genre: Electronic / R&b / Disco

1Jamie LidellWhen I Come Back Around
Keyboards – Snax
2Jamie LidellYou Got Me Up
Vocals – Snax


Multiply is a studio album by Jamie Lidell. It was released on Warp Records in 2005. Unusual for Warp, which for many years released mainly electronic music, the album has much in common with soul and funk music. Pitchfork placed it at number 189 on their list of top 200 albums of the 2000s. Multiply Additions - Jamie Lidell. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Multiply Additions. Исполнитель: Jamie Lidell. 2006 pop. Lidell's Multiply is more a successor to those two albums than his first solo full-length, 2000's relatively rigid and academic Muddlin Gear. Only now, he's gone a rather straight-laced route, retreating to things like mid-'60s Stax and Motown, James Brown, pre-Revolution Prince, and oh, you get the idea. Multiply - Jamie Lidell. Songs in album Jamie Lidell - Multiply 2005. Jamie Lidell - You Got Me Up. Jamie Lidell - Multiply. Jamie Lidell - When I Come Back Around. Jamie Lidell - A Little Bit More. Jamie Lidell - Music Will Not Last. Jamie Lidell - Newme. Jamie Lidell - The City. Jamie Lidell - Game For Fools. Total votes: 2. Other albums by Jamie. Jamie Lidell. Warp Records от лица компании Warp Records CMRRA, Warner Chappell, União Brasileira de Compositores, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, UNIAO BRASILEIRA Jamie Lidell album. 1 Critical reception. Track listing. Genre: Soul. Outside the charismatic skill of Lidell's shapeshifting vocals and his forward-looking arrangements, the actual songs of Multiply aren't of as indelible an essence as the classics that they imitate. Full Review. Album 2005 10 Songs. Electronic significant break from Jamie Lidell's prior work both as a solo laptop artist on Warp and as one half of Super Collider Chilean techno terrorist Christian Vogel carries the other half of that amulet, its breezy soul had me dreaming up back stories. Maybe these were all guest vocalists. The real answer was simpler than that. Nearly five years in the making, Multiply represents Lidell's dramatic transformation from a knob-twiddling laptopper to a red-blooded soul singer. Where Lidell's prior solo work enjoyed a well-earned reputation for being difficult and forbidding, Multiply is among the most accessible records Warp has ever released