Monday, October 6, 2008

More of that ’60s soul fetish

Now Seal is getting in on the action.


that dude said...

This must be his contribution to the Obama movement. Not as explicit as "Yes We Can", but message recieved.

He'll be singing this at the inaguration.

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Kellybelle said...

This is the best I have ever heard Seal sound. I wish a buncch of R&B types wd get together and do a tribute album to Sam.

makheru bradley said...

Seal is good, but Sam Cooke was better.

fishesalot said...

Very nice, interesting harmony here and there. I liked the brassy vamp but that would have been sweeter with a cranked guitar solo screaming with the horns and tail vocals.

Sam Cooke #1
Aaron Neville #2
Seal #3


Edshugeo The GodMoor said...

I fucking love Seal! This might be the only physical CD I buy this year.
No Trevor Horn, though.

Undercover Black Man said...

Sam Cooke #1
Aaron Neville #2
Seal #3

For me, Aaron Neville owns this song now.

fishesalot said...

Gotdamn it!..

UMB, OK, ...I just took another listen to Aaron. His take is so different and unique, what can you say, silk, ..velvet.

I'd have to say,

Tied at #1 - Sam and Aaron
Seal's got #2.

Another great one by Aaron is the song "Let the Circle Be Unbroken", that might not be the name but man that song is unbelievable! See if you can find it.