Stevie by Yesterdays New Quintet, released 22 April 2004 1. Prelude 2. Superstition 3. Visions 4. Superwoman Where Were You Last Winter 5. Rocket Love Pt. 1 6. You've Got It Bad Girl 7. Send One Your Love 8. Too High 9. I Am Singing Always 10. Golden Lady 11. That Girl Yesterdays New Quintet & Madlib's homage to the work of Stevie Wonder. Any lover of this type of "sleepy" jazz, Stevie Wonder, would dig having this as a soundtrack to float down on an afternoon or night. I appreciate that most of the melodies and chords are kept faithful to their originals, and also find it interesting how some of the other tracks explore other avenues for Wonder's music. An interesting piece of work altogether! Curious though, but some of the tracks have big chunks of silence attached to them. Wasn't sure if it was because I was streaming the purchased album off my phone, or if it'll sound differently offline
Stevie is the second album released by Madlib's virtual band, Yesterdays New Quintet. It was released in 2004 on Stones Throw Records. All tracks produced by Madlib. All tracks composed by Yesterdays New Quintet. Superstition" – 3:06. Superwoman/Where Were You Last Winter" – 5:10. 1" – 3:07. You've Got It Bad Girl" – 3:43. Send One Your Love" – 2:51.
Album · 2004 · 11 Songs. More By Yesterdays New Quintet. See All. Yesterdays Universe: Prepare for a New Yesterday, Vol. 1.
Yesterdays New Quintet. Stevie Volume 1 (CD, Album, Promo). Stones Throw Records. IBO 001. Yesterdays New Quintet. Stevie (LP, Unofficial, W/Lbl). Stevie (CD, Album, Dig). Track Listing - Disc 2. Title/Composer. blue highlight denotes track pick.
Yesterdays New Quintet - Stevie. May 11, 2004 12:00 AM. by ahale. At the end of the day YNQ provides a dutifully crafted album with Stevie. Yes, it is raw in texture at times but it is within that raw aspect that good music becomes great. Trying to trump a musical genius was not the intention here. But it was to reach out to those who may not understand the legacy of Stevie Wonder and give them a reference kit which will hopefully have younger heads turn to the great one’s towering masterpieces. When all is said and done, Madlib has done what many would not consider in a lifetime, and has done it tastefully well as only Madlib can. 7/10
Yesterdays New Quintet - Joe McDuphrey, Malik Flavors, Ahmad Miller, Monk Hughes and Otis Jackson J. with Madlib as producer, arranger and engineer - was formed in the summer of 2000, setting up shop in the living room the Los Angeles home/headquarters of Stones Throw Records. They lived and worked there through the end of the year before moving to Madlib's studio in a former cold war-era bomb shelter elsewhere in . . An album of Stevie Wonder covers recorded during their formative period was also released later in 2003. KEY RELEASES: Yesterdays New Quintet - Elle's Theme, EP (2001) Yesterdays New Quintet - Angles Without Edges, Album (2001) Yesterdays New Quintet - Stevie, Album (2003). 2002-2007: Joe, Ahmad, Monk, Malik and Otis - solo releases.
Stevie Volume 1 (2002). Album by Yesterdays New Quintet.