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In Between Jobs

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  • Audio CD (25 April 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Random
  • ASIN: B0007Q6RRW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,314 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Don’t Hide Your Heart
  2. Stay Faithful
  3. In Between Jobs
  4. Pimps, Players And Hustlers
  5. Day Off
  6. Still Here With You
  7. Eventually
  8. Memories
  9. (If You Ain’t) Comfortable
  10. Blessings

Product Description

THE VASTLY UNDER-RATED LYNDEN DAVID HALL WITH HIS BEST ALBUM FROM 2005.

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By A Customer on 2 Jun. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Ignore the two star review below as it sums up all that is wrong with the Soul/R&B music industry. This is a fantastic soul album which has a varied collection of tracks that flow into one another to make a fine 40 minutes listening.
The negative review stated that there are not enough tracks - that is total garbage R&B is littered with terrbile 15+ track albums that are full with terrible filler. All of the greatest albums of all time have between 10-12 tracks and last for 40-50 minutes.
It was also suggested that he should get big name rappers on the album. What a ridiculous idea. Soul music is on its knees at present as it is destroyed by bland r&b beats and terrible guest rappers used just to get into the charts. Any real soul album will not have any guest rappers featuring.
Lynden was suffering with cancer when he made his album and it is a personal and pure piece of soul music. Not some bland collection of R&B/Rap.It is a must buy for any fan of real soul music.
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It's a disgrace that Lynden is not a major star in this country. How can such a talent go unnoticed for so long? Ok he won a Mobo for his debut album "Medicine 4 My Pain", but apart from that he has beem overlooked which I find shocking.
Its been quite a number of years since we heard anything from Lynden. He has been ill with Stomach cancer and I don't know his current health state, but I can only hope he is ok and wish him all the best. And also to say thanks for producing another utterly fantastic album.
There are some amazing songs on here. "Stay Faithful" is our of this world, the title track "In Between Job" has been produced to perfection and its so great to hear Lynden's amazing voice on such a track. "Day Off" Should have been a big hit. A catchy chorus, brilliant lyrics and magnificent voice should have put him in the charts. Although I was getting the album I went and brought the single too.
"Still Here With You" is so amazing - you have to check out this track!
"Eventually" sees Lynden do a bit of rapping. Its more spoken word than rapping as Lynden ain't no MC, but this track is creative and it works. "Im that gutiar slinging n***a from south of the river"
One song I do need to highlight is "Blessings" Probably the best ballad he has ever done. And that's a hard thing to say when you think of some of the great ballads he has done. But this song is so compelling, and makes the hairs on my arms stand up every time.
Lynden David Hall - A true star.
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Lynden David Hall Passed away on February 14th 2006. He was 31 years old.
Lynden is possibly one of the greatest British Soul Singers we've ever had. In my opinion his range of songs and smooth vocals surpassed Omar. This album is the same as his previous albums 'Medicine for my pain' and 'The other side' in that they all border on perfection.
Lynden wrote all his own lyrics and composed and played the melodies to accompany them. Very few arists can do this.
I was fortunate enough to see Lynden David Hall Live at Shepherds Bush Empire in 1999. Just after the release of his first album. His performance was sexy, sensual and lyrically brilliant.
Lynden will be missed by all fans of true music.
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Firstly, my warmest reflections to the family and friends of Linden David Hall on hearing of his untimely and sad demise from our plane to one of higher enlightenment. The first time I heard this man's music, I was truly touched by his warm commanding voice and knew that Britain has another great talent. Although I have not been fortunate to have met this man, I knew from his music that he was a sensitive embracing soul and in a way through his music, I felt as if indeed, i knew him. His music touches one in so many different and enveloping ways that help in the elevation of one's spirit. I was so surprised when this beautiful soul was dropped by his record label. It just reinforces the fact that the music business in these times do not truly appreciate, recognise and overstand a truly great talent. This man's music will sweep you along in its many currents and if you appreciate good music, you will just let go of your hang ups and enjoy a ride of melodious cascading freedom. I recommend that you should buy all of his musical works without further procrastination. Linden, may your soul find eternal rest and peace with the Creator.Peaceful journey in your new adventures in another time and space.
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Lynden David Hall died on Valentines day 2006. He was robbed like so many other black british artists of the mainstream success he deserved. But like so many greats he will live on through his music. I hope people in the mainstream start appreciating what a great talent he was. By the age of 31 he had given us three fantastic albums. If you enjoyed the others you will love this. This album needs to be appreciated as Lyndens last album and one which he wrote whilst battling cancer.His voice, sentiment and the feeling of this album is sooo soulful it needs to be heard.
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Hall's third and argueably his best offering to date. After being personally let down by some of the songwriting on his 2nd lp -- "The Otherside" and the general unfocused quality of the project, I had my doubts. On this 3rd release "In Between Jobs," Lynden-David is back in fine form. Maybe it's owing to his recent illness, maybe it was just the fact that he's now independent and he does not have to satisfy corporate interests, whatever the case, he reconfirms his pre-eminence as one of the best UK soul artists around and maybe in the world. I at least rank him up with the best of the modern UK vanguard -- Omar and Mica Paris. Songs on IBJ are all well crafted, lyrics heartfelt, musicality is high and singing sublime. This is a record that will bring a smile on your face, a pop from your fingers and a nod from your head. Every track could be a single and as a whole this is the kind of soul album that all soul singers should be striving to make -- no compromises apparent. Welcome back LDH.
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