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After a career lasting an era-defying two decades, 30 million albums sales and over 20 hit singles; a shelf-full of awards, including five MTV gongs, an Ivor Novello and a Grammy to name a few, it’s fair to say that Jay Kay, the charismatic quick stepping Londoner professionally known as Jamiroquai, is one of the UK’s greatest musical exports of the last 20 ... Read more in Amazon's Jamiroquai Store

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Maxi, Import
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00005R7UY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,407,288 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By J. Kelly VINE VOICE on 22 Nov 2001
Format: Audio CD
Tiddy-boom. Hilarious summary. Anyway...
As a second single, You Give Me Something was a pretty good choice for Jamiroquai. Though the hard-core and die-hard fans have called it pop, it's still a funky tune. It's very much from the heart, too; Jay Kay himself said it was a positive song about love, while Little L was more about the negative side.
The remixes are excellent too, which makes a change. In particular, the Blacksmith remix is fantastic! It's almost as good as the original, and that is something rarely seen with Jamiroquai songs.
This CD also includes the video, which is excellent. So I recommend this, even to those who own the album.
But buy the tape or the DVD too. It's got Do It Like We Used To on it, a real treat for any Jamiroquai fan.
JK
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Jamiroquai returns with his delicious new single. 9 Dec 2001
By pieters978@aol.com - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
After his earlier releases such as 'Space Cowboy' and 'Cosmic Girl' which blew me away I was expecting a much better debut release from 'A Funk Odessey' than 'Little L' which was catchy but a little disappointing, so I was relieved when this single came after it. It has a catchy tune, and unlike 'Little L' Jay Kay goes back to his roots with the orchestra as well, instead of just him. Here is the tracklisting:
1.You Give Me Something - A catchy song with an irresistable tune, and a great instrumental piece in the middle. He uses special effects which sound very spacey and his normal style. There is nothing like the original. 5/5
2.Blacksmith RnB Remix - A slow, sexy version of the song with an RnB background that goes well with Jay's vocals. This is probably the closest and best after the original. 5/5
3.Full Intention Remix - After Full Intention's remix of J Lo's Play I expected something a bit better than this. Clocking in at just 3 minutes it is short and the only great bit is the build up in the middle. A bit run of the mill. 3/5
4.Cosmos deep space remix - A nice start to a remix beginning with drums and a falling feeling. It's kind of like the Deep Dish remix of Gabrielle's 'Rise' with its vocal toyings and blending beat. A very good remix using a simple beat which on its own would be quite boring. 4/5
5.King Unique saki session remix - This remix is similar to track 4, but yet different. It uses a chinese rift and breakdowns every so often to its advantage, again with the vocal toyings. Rather than abruptly ending, it drifts off slowly tailing. 4.5/5
Jay Kay has got back into my good books once again with this single as it is dancable, and yet jazzy and groovy in the typical Jamiroquai way. This song is not to missed, or in other words , :BUY BUY BUY!!!
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Jamiroquai returns with his delicious new single. 9 Dec 2001
By pieters978@aol.com - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
After his earlier releases such as 'Space Cowboy' and 'Cosmic Girl' which blew me away I was expecting a much better debut release from 'A Funk Odessey' than 'Little L' which was catchy but a little disappointing, so I was relieved when this single came after it. It has a catchy tune, and unlike 'Little L' Jay Kay goes back to his roots with the orchestra as well, instead of just him. Here is the tracklisting:
1.You Give Me Something - A catchy song with an irresistable tune, and a great instrumental piece in the middle. He uses special effects which sound very spacey and his normal style. There is nothing like the original. 5/5
2.Blacksmith RnB Remix - A slow, sexy version of the song with an RnB background that goes well with Jay's vocals. This is probably the closest and best after the original. 5/5
3.Full Intention Remix - After Full Intention's remix of J Lo's Play I expected something a bit better than this. Clocking in at just 3 minutes it is short and the only great bit is the build up in the middle. A bit run of the mill. 3/5
4.Cosmos deep space remix - A nice start to a remix beginning with drums and a falling feeling. It's kind of like the Deep Dish remix of Gabrielle's 'Rise' with its vocal toyings and blending beat. A very good remix using a simple beat which on its own would be quite boring. 4/5
5.King Unique saki session remix - This remix is similar to track 4, but yet different. It uses a chinese rift and breakdowns every so often to its advantage, again with the vocal toyings. Rather than abruptly ending, it drifts off slowly tailing.
Jay Kay has got back into my good books once again with this single as it is dancable, and yet jazzy and groovy in the typical Jamiroquai way. This song is not to missed, or in other words , :BUY BUY BUY!!!
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