Friday, August 15, 2008

A free Raphael Saadiq download

Raphael Saadiq, formerly of Tony! Toni! Toné!, has a new album coming out next month... “The Way I See It.”

A track called “Love That Girl” is available as a FREE MP3. Click here to stream it on my Vox blog. Sounds like he’s on some Sam Cooke shit.

To download it, follow this link to KCRW.com. And you better act fast, because that link might only be active today.

10 comments:

Rengegade Writer said...
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justjudith said...

thanks for the heads up!! that's my man! i think he is under-appreciated, for real.

neptune said...

"Love That Girl" brings to mind the old Barbara Acklin tune, "Love Makes a Woman".

Kellybelle said...

Not Sam; sounds more Eddie Kendricks-y. I applaud dude for not being Ne-yo. I'll probably buy it--but sometimes I wonder why buy ish that sounds like old ish when I can buy the old ish?

Undercover Black Man said...

^ And he's wearing David Ruffin's old eyeglasses in that cover photo.

grapecranberry said...

Crap, that's awesome. Thanks so much for posting this.

bklyn6 said...

Neo-old school. :-) Thanks.

I absolutely LOVE Raphael's "Get Involved" off "The PJs" soundtrack. And that Lucy Pearl cut "Dance Tonight" was nice too.

Invisible Woman said...

ALWAYS have loved him--did you know he started out with Shiela E before the Tonys were an official group? They were called "Hot Water, haha. He's always paid homage to 60's and 70's soul.

He is an amazing producer/writer/musician/perfomer. Gonna see him at The Roxy tomorrow....wth your girl Janelle as the opener!

Undercover Black Man said...

did you know he started out with Shiela E before the Tonys were an official group?

Did not know that.

You will blog about the show, won't you, IW? (Including the opening act?)

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