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August 31, 2005

{     Jamie Lidell- Multiply     }    

lidell.jpg This ain�t the Warp Records you�re accustomed to. If I told you that this label ( most known for electronic pioneers like Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, and Autechre) had released the best �blue-eyed soul� album to come along in years you�d probably be skeptical, and I wouldn�t blame you...but that�s exactly what happened. If you�ve heard Jamie Lidell�s solo efforts or collaborations before and think you know where he�s coming from, you still ain�t heard nothing yet. This album is much more soulful than anything the talented British singer/producer has ever released. Everything's here for the modern soul fan from the Stevie Wonder-ish �When I Come Back Around�, to the funky Prince flavored �A Little Bit More�, to the Otis Redding-esque title track �Multiply� which sounds like some long lost recording that Rob Gordon (from High Fidelity the book, not the film) would have wet his pants over. Some tracks feature some electronic backings which makes Multiply the perfect balance of vintage soul and futuristic other words this is a prime example of new school take on old school soul. If your itching to delve further into some synkronized soul be on the lookout for Jamiroquai�s new album Dynomite (just released in the UK). - Written by Jay, read more of his reviews at

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