Langue disponible : anglaisHip-hop/urban soul supergroup Lucy Pearl was formed in the summer of 1999 as the brainchild of Tony! Toni! Toné multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Raphael Saadiq (formerly known as Raphael Wiggins), who left the band he co-founded with his brother D'Wayne in 1998. Saadiq first contacted DJ Ali Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest, which had disbanded after their 1998 LP The Love Movement, and then ex-En Vogue member Dawn Robinson, who had originally departed that group for a solo career in 1997 but jumped at the chance to work with Saadiq and Muhammad. Relying a great deal on live instrumentation in addition to samples and turntable work (Muhammad even plays bass and guitar), Lucy Pearl issued its self-titled debut album in the spring of 2000. ~ Steve Huey
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00:05 Qobuz | Joe Hisaishi à l'infinihier Qobuz | Morgane Imbeaud, l'après Cocoonven. Qobuz | La myopie d'Agnes Obel
jeu. Qobuz | Beach Bunny, un tsunami de power popmer. Qobuz | Nathaniel Rateliff, soul en deuilmar. Qobuz | Oded Tzur, nouveau souffle
lun. Qobuz | Tame Impala, clubbing intimedim. Qobuz | Seu Jorge et Rogê, amitié acoustiquesam. Qobuz | Puss N Boots, l'americana selon Norah Jones
ven. Qobuz | Moses Boyd, baguettes magiquesjeu. Qobuz | John Moreland, de bois et de fureur
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