Post Tagged with: "Jamiroquai"

On Second Thought: Jamiroquai, “Canned Heat” (1999)

College student Matt Bray demonstrates the power of anyone with a little imagination and a whole lot of time can have to single-handedly put a long-forgotten dance floor hit back in the spotlight.

Half Notes: Jamiroquai – Rock Dust Light Star (2010)

Jason Kay has slowed down the pace of Jamiroquai new album releases, and Rock Dust Light Star was the group’s first since Dynamite five years ago. Nothing has changed much with the music, and since this band has long ago perfected its style of acid-jazz and retro disco, there’s no need to stray off the mission. Rock Dust Light StarRead More

One Track Mind: Jamiroquai "Seven Days In Sunny June" (2005)

By Pico The 98% of my friends who don’t share my love for whack jazz really seemed to dig last week’s OTM “Summer Breeze” by the Isley’s. In hopes of keeping them coming back here at least occasionally—as well keeping the summer vibe going—I’m going to put forth a song that posseses that same kind of laid back groove asRead More

One Track Mind: Jamiroquai, "Just Another Story" (1994)

by Pico When I was trying to come up with a list of guilty pleasures for my recent confession piece, there were a few more entries I considered adding. But in the end, these acts had just a bit too much integrity in their music to justify such a dubious distinction. One of those is that retro jazz-funk-pop outfit Jamiroquai.Read More