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It’s been a long 14 years since D’Angelo released the critically acclaimed Voodoo LP. Since then, fans have anxiously awaited the singer-songwriter’s next grand opus — a project reportedly executive produced by Questlove — but before we receive that, he’s releasing Live at the Jazz Café, London: The Complete Show, due out March 25.

The project dates back to September 14, 1995, as it’s a live recording of the Virginia native’s performance at London’s Jazz Café. On it, you’ll find an unheard cover of Al Green’s soulful cut, “I’m Glad You’re Mine.”

Firstly, there’s a chance that listeners will find the song to be as enjoyable and it’s frustrating. Look how long it’s been since the Soulquarian released new music. With the two decade mark not far away, this track serves as a reminder of D’Angelo’s buttery vocals and all around talents.

Stream his “I’m Glad You’re Mine” cover below. See the tracklist for Live at the Jazz Café, London: The Complete Show (it includes six songs from the previously released 1998 LP, Live at the Jazz Café) below.

[Spotted at Miss Info, via Billboard]

1. Introduction

2. Fencewalk (Mandrill cover)

3. Sweet Sticky Thing (Ohio Players cover)

4. Jonz in My Bones

5. Me and Those Dreamin’ Eyes of Mine

6. Sh*t, Damn, Motherf*cker

7. Cruisin’ (Smokey Robinson cover)

8. I’m Glad You’re Mine (Al Green cover)

9. Lady

10. Announcement


11. Can’t Hide Love

12. Brown Sugar

Photo: Virgin/UMe