John Legend and the Roots stream CD

2010-09-13 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 6 Comments
John Legend and the Roots' new cover album Wake Up! is now available to stream in full ahead of its September 21 release.

The record includes covers of old soul tracks by Marvin Gaye, Nina Simone, Baby Huey and Bill Withers, among others.

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=129782654#playlist

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mmfarva
September 13th 2010
1352 Comments


Not as good as I had hoped.

cvlts
September 13th 2010
9144 Comments


hella fun album.

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Outnumbered
September 13th 2010
370 Comments


awesome =)
will totally listen to this later.

DiceMan
September 13th 2010
7068 Comments


John Legend is a legend among mere mortals.

Maniac!
September 14th 2010
26264 Comments


John Legend is a john among mere mortals.


foreverendeared
September 21st 2010
14678 Comments


John Legend is a mortal among mere legends?

Anyway, this is actually REALLY good. Kinda cheesy but still good



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