Raphael Saadiq - Radio (CD)

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  1. In Raphael partnered with Bay Area/ Atlanta Production company EL Seven Entertainment/ Republic Records and then-new R&B singer Adrian Marcel and released his first promotional mixtape Raphael Saadiq Presents Adrian Marcel 7 Days of Weak. Saadiq is a featured bass guitar player on Elton John's album, The Diving Board.
  2. A tough title to live up to – but Raphael makes it happen! The album's as wonderful as you might think – all the deeply soulful styles Saadiq worked out with Tony Toni Tone, taken back through a historical range of soul music – firmly planted in a legacy that begins with Stevie Wonder, runs through Maxwell and D'Angelo, and which points the way towards the future of urban soul.
  3. Raphael Saadiq has continuously rejuvenated and reshaped aspects of traditional black music since his breakthrough with Tony! Toni! Toné!'s "Little Walter" (). In retrospect, that number one R&B/hip-hop hit -- with its modern sound and clever incorporation of the melody from the spiritual "Wade in the Water" -- seems like a statement of intent that has guided the stylish retro.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Stone Rollin' on Discogs.5/5(2).
  5. The Way I See It is the third album by American R&B singer, songwriter, and producer Raphael Saadiq. It was released on September 16, , by Columbia Records.
  6. Toné! founder Raphael Saadiq has gotten around to offering his solo debut, Instant Vintage. The apropos title reflects the old-school style that Saadiq has adopted for the album. However, he dubs the type of music -- a mix of samples, soul, gospel, and R&B -- "gospedelic.".
  7. Stone Rollin', an Album by Raphael Saadiq. Released on Columbia (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Soul, Rhythm & Blues. Featured peformers: Raphael Saadiq (writer, vocals, producer), Chuck Brungardt (co-producer, recording engineer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Gerry E. Brown (recording engineer), Marlon Marcel (recording engineer, assistant engineer, mixing.
  8. His first band, The Young Jazz Giants, was founded by Kamasi Washington along with Stephen “Thundercat” Burner, while they were still in high school. Later on, Washington studied ethno-musicology at UCLA, going on to play with Snoop Dogg and Raphael Saadiq.

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