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8 thoughts on “ Do Yourself A Faver - Jamie Lidell - Jamie Lidell (CD, Album)

  1. Écoutez des albums et des morceaux de Jamie Lidell. Rejoignez Napster et accédez à des chansons intégrales sur votre téléphone, ordinateur ou appareil audio personnel.
  2. Nearly identical to Multiply, but with "Made in England" and the label code on the barcode. Track 6 originally used under the title 'Music No Last' in a Jamie Lidell remix for (Matthew) Herbert's "The Audience" in The version on this album is a newly recorded version retitled "Music Will Not Last".
  3. Jamie Lidell back with that funky thang! Sounds refreshing after a bit depressing and downshifting Compass (and, of course, Compass had its moments too, mind). This one's for the early summer nights, whereas Compass was for the long monday afternoon hours. I love especially the esque synth bass lines that Jamie seems to dig out for many.
  4. MULTIPLY brought Jamie Lidell to the big time. Leaving behind his IDM (mostly) for R&B, Lidell brings his voice to the forefront, pushing the funk right from "You Got Me Up." He channels Otis Redding for "Multiply," and gives "When I Come Back Around" a jump-up-and-dance energy.
  5. Lyrics complete to Do yourself a favor by Jamie Lidell. Search more lyrics by Jamie Lidell. Newest album and video by Jamie Lidell updated.
  6. Lyrics to 'Do Yourself A Faver' by Jamie Lidell. Maybe you're a sinner, maybe you're all right / To me it just don't mean anything / Not gon' let you be the winner / Not without a fight Discovered using Shazam, the music discovery app.
  7. Jamie Lidell - Jamie Lidell Album Lyrics; 1. Big Love: 2. Do Yourself a Faver: 3. Do Yourself A Favor: 4. Don't You Love Me: 5. In Your Mind: 6. So Cold: .
  8. Apr 17,  · Jamie Lidell's self-titled album shoots off in yet another direction: electro-funk. The 80s synths on "I'm Selfish" seem to fit right in with his vocals, while "Big Love" seems to have beamed down straight from the 70s. "Do Yourself A Faver" lets up on the electro (if not the funk), but the electronics makes a comeback on "You Naked."/5(34).

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