Multiply (Jamie Lidell album)

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Multiply
Studio album by Jamie Lidell
Released June 13, 2005
Genre Electronic
Label Warp Records WARP131
Jamie Lidell chronology
Muddlin Gear
(2000)
Multiply
(2005)
Multiply Additions
(2006)

Multiply is an album by Jamie Lidell on Warp Records. Unusually for Warp, which for many years released mainly electronic music, the album has much in common with soul and funk music.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau A−[2]
AV Club (Positive)[3]
Pitchfork Media (8.5/10)[4]
Stylus Magazine A−[5]

The music review online magazine Pitchfork Media placed Multiply at number 189 on their list of top 200 albums of the 2000s.[6]

Track listing[edit]

Written by Jamie Lidell (except where noted)

  1. "You Got Me Up"
  2. "Multiply" (Lidell/Dominic 'Mocky' Salole)
  3. "When I Come Back Around" (Lidell/Salole)
  4. "A Little Bit More"
  5. "What's the Use?" (Lidell/Salole)
  6. "Music Will Not Last"
  7. "New Me"
  8. "The City"
  9. "What Is It This Time?" (Lidell/Salole)
  10. "Game for Fools" (Lidell/Salole)

Credits[edit]

  • Jamie Lidell: Vocals, drums, keyboards, vibraphone, programming, production
  • Mocky: Bass, guitar, piano, farfisa, synth, tambourine, vocals, production
  • Tony Buck: Drums
  • Daniel Raymond Gahn: Drums
  • Gonzales: Piano
  • Jordan McLean: Horns
  • Taylor Savvy: Bass
  • Snax: Synth
  • Andre Vida: Horns
  • Bill Youngman: Guitar

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