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Listen out for Jamiroquai Blue Skies on the Simon Mayo show BBC Radio 2, 9th September 2010 from 5pm.
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I LOVE JAY'S FANTASTIC VOICE
Good track, but not a awesome one. Unfortunately JK got the groove out of it. I'm not trying to say it's a lame or a cheap song, but one thing that annoys me and must be annoying all the fans, is that we know JK could do more than this. One thing i love about Jamiroquai is that i can't listen to a single song with my feet like still, they always start moving with the rythm, but this song doesn't make me feel this way.
It's a sweet song & Jay's voice sounds so soothing! LOVELY SONG , Good work guys ;*
When I heard that Jamiroquai would go back to the "live" sound a sprinkle of hope appeared in my little heart. But after hearing this crap all my hope for hearing the old jamiroquai sound is gone.
They've matured and so did their sound (in a bad way). The young, energetic, creative, raw and most of all the pure funk/ acid jazz sound has faded away.
I blame the new musicians such as Rob Harris with his clean rock guitar sound and Matt Johnson who can't compete with Toby Smith's creativity and I won't start talking about Stuart Zender's successors. Stu, in my eyes, divined the old jamiroquai sound for a great deal.
In other words, one of the greatest bands is dead.
Every fan wants success to RDSL and to the band. JAY knows music industry better everyone. Why didn't make Mercury Records the right comercial choice on WKR as the first single for the success of the album? If it is WKR, Why Not??? In What the problem??? Someone could answer for this question disturb fans so much??? Sorry, Thanks
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