On the show this time, it's a very special throwback episode, featuring a live performance from Oakland’s own, R&B singer - Raphael Saadiq.

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EPISODE WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY julian martlew 

On the show this time, it's a very special throwback episode, featuring a live performance from Oakland’s own, R&B singer - Raphael Saadiq.

Raphael Saadiq is a multi-instrumentalist, particularly deadly on bass. His first big gig was playing bass for Sheila E, who was opening for… Prince. He formed the multi-platinum group Tony Toni Toné with his brother and cousin. None of them are named Tony. He’s produced massive records for people like D’Angelo, TLC, and the Roots. And, he’s put out five solo records. Most of this show is from his 2008 release The Way I See It.

For this performance, the KEXP video team captured Raphael and his stellar live band at the Bumbershoot Music Festival in Seattle.

Recorded 09/06/2009.

  1. Let’s Take a Walk
  2. Sure Hope You Mean It
  3. Love That Girl

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