Jill Scott’s ‘The Real Thing: Words and Sounds Vol. 3’

Jill Scott’s ‘The Real Thing: Words and Sounds Vol. 3’ is her third studio album released on September 25, 2007 by Hidden Beach.

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Track Listing : 1.Let It Be (Jill Scott, Khari Mateen) – 01:50 . 2.The Real Thing (Jill Scottandre Harris, Vidal Davis, Jason Boyd, Ryan Toby) – 03:24 . 3.Hate On Me (Jill Scott, Adam Blackstone, Steve Mckie) – 03:29 . 4.Come See Me (Jill Scott, Jr Hutson) – 04:59 . 5.Crown Royal (Jill Scott, Jr Hutson) – 01:48 . 6.Epiphany (Jill Scott, Scott Storch) – 02:31 . 7.My Love (Jill Scott, Adam Blackstone, Steve Mckie) – 03:50 . 8.Insomnia (Jill Scott, Omari Shabazz) – 03:55 . 9.How It Make You Feel (Jill Scott, Stokley Williams) – 04:32 . 10.Only You (Jill Scott, Tyrone Benjamin Goldstein Ii) – 03:32 . 11.Whenever You’Re Around (Jill Scott, Jr Hutson) – 04:05 . 12.Celibacy Blues (Jill Scott, Adam Blackstone, Randy Bowland) – 02:15 . 13.All I (Jill Scott, Adam Blackstone) – 04:56 . 14.Wanna Be Loved (Jill Scott, Jr Hutson) – 03:22 . 15.Breathe (Jill Scott, Om’Mas Keith, Shafiq Husayn) – 02:06

Musicians : Jill Scott – Vocals . George Duke – Synthesizer On (11) . Shafiq Husayn – Bass, Programming, Vocals (Background) . Adam Blackstone – Bass (Upright), Vocals (Background) . Khari Mateen – Bass . J.R. Hutson – Drums, Fender Rhodes, Musician . Jae Deal – Bass . Omari Shabazz – Bass, Keyboards, Vocals (Background) . Jesse Owenz – Drum Programming . Kevin Jeeter – Drums . George “Spanky” Mccurdy – Drums . Jason Freeman – Fender Rhodes, Strings . Dennis Brown – Guitar . Kevin Hanson – Guitar . Jarius Mozee – Guitar . Randy Bowland – Guitar . Tyrone Benjamin Goldstein Ii – Musician . Steve Mckie – Musician . Paulinho Da Costa – Percussion . Kevin Ricard – Percussion . Matt Jeff Bradshaw – Trombone . Chinah Blac – Vocals (Background) . Om’Mas Keith – Vocals (Background)

Production : Produced By Jill Scott, Abduology, Adam Blackstone, Dre & Vidal, Jacob J. Gold, C. Harris, Shafiq Husayn, Jr Hutson, Om’Mas Keith, Khari Mateen, Steve Mckie, Jesse Owenz, C. “Spaun” Reeves, Omari Shabazz, Stokley, Scott Storch . Shafiq Husayn – Arranger . Jamar Jones – String Arrangements . Om’Mas Keith – Arranger, Engineer, Mixing . Khari Mateen – Engineer . Adam Blackstone – Engineer . Jesse Owenz – Engineer . Wayne Allison – Engineer . Vincent Dilornez – Engineer . Conrad Golding – Engineer . John Hanes – Engineer . James Murray – Engineer . Mike Ruiz – Engineer . Frank Sutton – Engineer . Tremaine “Six7” Williams – Assistant Engineer . Mike Tsarfati – Engineer, Mixing Assistant . Jon Smeltz – Engineer, Mixing . Randy Battiste – Mixing . Kevin “Kd” Davis – Mixing . Vincent Dilorenzo – Mixing . Serban Ghenea – Mixing . Jason Goldstein – Mixing . Jaycen Joshua – Mixing . Dave Pensado – Mixing . Ryan Deaunovich – Mixing Assistant . John Stahl – Mixing Assistant . Kevin Porter – Mixing Assistant . Eddy Schreyer – Mastering

Package : Dale Voelker – Art Direction, Design . Ivan Brailsford – Art Direction . Marc Baptiste – Photography . Steve Mckeever – Liner Notes

Recorded In 2006–07 At Bazz Studio, The Cosmic Dust Recorders, Currie House Studio, Glenwood Place Studios, Headquarters Studio, The House That Quest Built, Keswick Studios, Kush Studio, Sigma Sound Studios, The Studio, Studio 609, Studio Atlantis.

Released On September 25, 2007 By Hidden Beach.

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allmusic
Does Jill Scott really have to hail a cab? Is she really awakened in the middle of the night by the need to write songs with an anguished look on her face? Really? Because these songs sound like they were written as she was fed chocolate-dipped strawberries while sprawled out on a bed cloaked with rose petals. […]

npr
Alone, it might seem like panderingand I’m sure some sobersides will think it is pandering. Coming where it does on the record, however, it’s pure life force, every bit as sane and well-observed as “Family Reunion.” The title is “All I,” and Jill Scott puts her all into it. […]

Soulbounce
Jill Scott‘s The Real Thing: Words and Sounds Vol. 3 is a perfect counterpart to her two previous classic cds. Jill, as always, perfectly blends her extraordinary talents with the every-woman persona. There aren’t any big-headed ego spectactles, or image-consulted blinders placed on you before you start listening to her […]

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