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January, 31 2020 | Aisle 5

Pitchfork’s Ryan Dombal commented, “Rather than just listening to old Funkadelic or Stevie albums for inspiration, Voodoo was literally born from them; a typical night at Electric Lady would have D, ?uestlove, bassist Pino Palladino, and maybe one or two of their prodigious buddies playing an entire classic soul album through, and then seeing where those jams led them. This went on for years.” With ATL Collective’s value to create new musical voices through preserving older ones, we’re honored to present a retelling of D’Angelo’s Voodoo at Aisle 5 on January 31st, on the album’s 20th anniversary no less!

Atlanta’s very own Lil John Roberts drummed and curated the experience. Lil’ John was on the Voodoo tour in 2001 playing in Lucy Pearl (with Rafael Saadiq); his experience and relationship with this work is an exciting pillar on which to build this reliving.

Lil John Roberts
Algebra Blessett
Kameron Corvet
Tony Tatum
William “Mr. Jonz” Jones
Kourtney Jackson
Keisha Jackson
Marcus Turner
Mark Strowbridge
Terrence Brown
Melvin Fowler
Jamel Mitchell
Rafael Pereira
DJ NePhu

Side 1:

1. Playa Playa
2. Devil
3. Left and Right
4. The Line
5. Send it On
6. Chicken Grease
7. One Mo

Side 2:

8. The Root
9. Spanish Joint
10. Feel Like Makin
11. Untitled (How Does It Feel)
12. Africa