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The Don's selections cross time, space and genre and his Crucial Vinyl this week is D'Angelo's Voodoo, released in 2000.

The Don's selections cross time, space and genre. Each week, as well as blending his favourite new music with classics from the UK, USA, Jamaica, Africa and way beyond, Don highlights a piece of Crucial Vinyl - a cherished album from his own collection. This week it's D'Angelo's Voodoo, released in 2000.

Don says, 'Created after a period of writer's block, this, D'Angelo's second album, was more adventurous than its predecessor, even though it dealt with many of the same themes. His goal was to bring back the vibe of the original soul masters - mission accomplished!'.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Chilly Gonzales

    So Called Party Over There

  • Témé Tan


  • Burl Ives

    Ugly Bug Ball

  • Dilated Peoples & Guru

    Worst Comes To Worst

    • Capitol.
  • Benjamin Zephaniah

    Hot Like Jamaica

  • Jimmy “Bo” Horne

    Clean Up Man

  • The Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer

    Get Ready

  • Wesley Fuller

    No. 1 Song

  • Zion Train

    Boxes And Amps

  • Joy Again


  • Sak-Dub-I

    Find The Dub

  • Goldie

    I Think Of You

  • The Matthew Herbert Big Band

    The Story

  • How to Dress Well

    & It Was You

  • Chinese Man

    Racing With The Sun

    • Racing With The Sun.
    • Chinese Man Records.
  • Gorillaz & Jehnny Beth

    We Got The Power

    • Humanz.
    • Parlophone.
  • Lounge Clash


  • Morrissey

    Spent The Day In Bed

    • Etienne Records/BMG.
  • Bran Van 3000

    Drinking In L.A.

  • Major Lazer

    Jessica (feat. Ezra Koenig)

  • Superorganism

    Something For Your M.I.N.D.

    • Domino Recording Co.
  • AM & Shawn Lee

    Winter Sun

    • Celestial Electric.
    • Eighteenth Street Lounge Music.
  • The Frightnrs

    Dispute (Version)

  • D’Angelo

    Untitled (How Does It Feel)

  • D’Angelo

    Spanish Joint

  • D’Angelo


  • Midnight Sister

    Blue Cigar

  • Toots & The Maytals, Byron Lee & The Dragonaires

    Bam Bam

  • Junior Byles

    The Long Way

  • The Babe Rainbow

    Blue Hour

  • The Monkees

    Porpoise Song (Theme From Head)