Jamiroquai’s ‘Dynamite’

Jamiroquai’s ‘Dynamite’ is their sixth studio album produced by Mike Spencer & leader Jay Kay and released on June 20, 2005 by Epic.

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Track Listing : 1.Feels Just Like It Should (Jay Kay) – 04:34 . 2.Dynamite (Matt Johnson, Jay Kay) – 04:57 . 3.Seven Days In Sunny June (Matt Johnson, Jay Kay) – 03:59 . 4.Electric Mistress (Rob Harris, Matt Johnson, Jay Kay) – 03:56 . 5.Starchild (Rob Harris, Jay Kay) – 05:13 . 6.Love Blind (Rob Harris, Matt Johnson, Jay Kay) – 03:35 . 7.Talullah (Rob Harris, Jay Kay) – 06:04 . 8.(Don’T) Give Hate A Chance (Rob Harris, Matt Johnson, Jay Kay) – 05:02 . 9.World That He Wants (Matt Johnson, Jay Kay) – 03:14 . 10.Black Devil Car (Rob Harris, Jay Kay) – 04:45 . 11.Hot Tequila Brown (Rob Harris, Matt Johnson, Jay Kay) – 04:40 . 12.Time Won’T Wait (Rob Harris, Matt Johnson, Jay Kay) – 05:01

Musicians : Jamiroquai – Band . J.K. – Vocals . Nathan Haines – Flute, Saxophone . Rob Harris – Guitar . Randy Hope-Taylor – Bass . Matt Johnson – Piano, Keyboards, Fender Rhodes, Synthesizer Bass . Miaer Dj Snare Lloyd – Scratching . Derrick Mcintyre – Bass . Derrick Mckenzie – Drums, Hi Hat . Sola Akingbola – Percussion . Alex Meadows – Bass . Benjamin Wright – Strings . Samantha Smith – Backing Vocals . Audrey Martells – Backing Vocals . Vann Johnson – Backing Vocals . Valerie Etienne – Backing Vocals . Hazel Fernandez – Backing Vocals . Bridgette Bryant Blades – Backing Vocals . Alexandra Brown – Backing Vocals

Production : Produced By Jay Kay, Mike Spencer . Benjamin Wright . Tom Coyne – Mastering . Reginald Dozier – Engineer . Nick Ferrero – Engineer . Ricky Pope – Engineer . Mike Spencer – Engineer, Mixing . Pablo Arraya – Engineer . Richard Bignell – Engineer

Arrangements : Benjamin Wright

Package : Charlie Lightening – Photography

Recorded October 2004-June 2005.

Released On June 20, 2005 By Epic.

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Wanabehuman
Only, not in Japanese. Its chord changesand complete style changes during the track, seem to give the impression of a track living a double life. Not to mention the jazz standard-type breakdown. It is different, but it works well and proves that Jamiroquai do not conform to a single formula. […]

OMH
Dynamite is a slickly produced return from Hatboyand feels… just like it should, really, without inspiring love or hate. Bubbly, weightless pop from a band showing no signs of winding their dance moves down. […]

PopMatters
The syrupy piano ballad “World That He Wants” and Pointer Sisters jamboree “(Don’t) Give Hate a Chance” feel calculated when sandwiched between the humid odes to horniness. It’s at times like these that you wish Jamiroquai just stuck to doing what it does best: thieving attitude from the greats while embarking on the ultimate hook-up quest. […]

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