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Posted by: Dave on March 7, 2005 at 10:27 pm

Sound: 70s-inspired R&B with a solid groove and some modern hip hop flavor
Notes: John sung on Kanye West’s “Jesus Walksicon” Jay-Z’s “Encore” and played piano back in 1998 on Lauryn Hill’s “Everything Is Everythingicon” (credited as John R. Stephens)
Heavy Rotation tracks: “Used to Love Uicon“; “Number Oneicon” (featuring Kanye West); “I Can Changeicon” (featuring Snoop Dogg); “Stay With Youicon
Medium Rotation tracks: The resticon
Recommended: To anyone with even the mildest interest in soulful music. This excellent album has an extremely wide appeal.
Grade: A (Strong candidate for the Top 10 Albums of 2005)

(As posted 3/7/05 on davepowersmusic.com)
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One Response to “John Legend Get Lifted (Sony Urban Music)”

  1. Andy R Says:

    Yeah, John Legend’s music is definitely amazing, I really wish I could see him in person.

    Great blog post, and don’t forget to check out http://John-Legend.us for lyrics and other John Legend music videos!

    Thanks,

    Andy

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