It seems that D'Angelo is no closer to releasing his much delayed follow up to 2000's Voodoo. It's been three years since Mark Ronson was brought on board to work with him and still we hear nothing. For those that are chomping at the bit for some new D'Angelo, he is at least giving you something.

Out March 25th, he's set to re-release Live at the Jazz Café, London: The Complete Show, an extended version of an EP he released in the 90s. A recording of his September 1995 gig at the Jazz Café, the set is to include the full eleven songs plus an intro. The set includes a few songs from 1995's Brown Sugar as well as some covers of tracks by the likes of Al Green, Smokey Robinson, and Ohio Players. It's not a new album, but at least it's something.

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