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Michael Archer
Michael (* 1974 in Richmond, VA), better known by his stage name D'Angelo, is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. In his teens he won the amateur talent competition at Harlem's Apollo Theater three weeks in a row. His debut solo album, Brown Sugar (1995), received widespread acclaim and sold over two million copies. His next album, Voodoo (2000), debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200. Its lead single "Untitled (How Does It Feel)", entered the R&B charts and won a Grammy for Best Male R&B Vocal; likewise, Voodoo won Best R&B Album. D'Angelo was hailed as the next Marvin Gaye by GQ in 2014. D'Angelo released his third studio album, Black Messiah, in 2014. The album was met with critical acclaim and fared well on music charts, peaking at number five on the US Billboard 200.
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What Music WMCD-0057

D'Angelo, organ
further details unknown

Super Session II 1998
recorded December 1998 in New York City/USA
David Sanborn, alto sax
Ricky Peterson, Hammond B-3 organ
Dean Brown, guitar
Gene Lake, drums
Marcus Miller, bass
Don Alias, percussion
Eric Clapton, guitar, vocals
D'Angelo, organ, vocals
Cassandra Wilson, vocals
Gang Starr, vocals

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