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Album Review

Three years after their breakout Travelling Without Moving, Jamiroquai returned with another album that charts Jay Kay's continuing fascination with club-bound music of the 1970s — from disco to jazz-funk to rare groove to later Motown — but also shows signs of maturity. Produced by Kay with Al Stone, who also collaborated on Travelling Without Moving, the album includes several tracks (like the single "Canned Heat") that work infectious acid jazz grooves, and Kay's hipster vocals give out feel-good vibes through a set of ambiguously good-time lyrics. Though other tracks show a bit of an electronica update to the affairs, each still spotlights how strong and tight the band is. It may not be a leap ahead in sound, but Synkronized is another solid Jamiroquai record. [The 1999 U.K. edition included one bonus track.]

Customer Reviews

A New Wonder From 'Travelling Without Moving'

After great tracks from Traelling Without Moving, including Virtual Insanity and Cosmic Girl, Jamiroquai still make their great songs with Synkronized. Adding original and new tastes with their acid jazz flavour like latin disco and cool electronics, the band makes some classic tracks. Singles include the dance-infectious Canned Heat, the exotic Supersonic and the UK #1 Funky Rock tune of Deeper Underground. Also are the hippifyingly new aged funk songs Planet Home and Soul Education and the chillingly bizarre electro-vibed Destitute Illusions. Add the melodies of love songs like Butterfly and Falling, and Synkronized has Jamiroquai classic all over it.


Love it but its not pop its funk


If that's a word :S this album has Canned Heat and Deeper Underground on, need i say more?


Formed: 1992 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Active beginning in the early '90s, Jamiroquai has amassed a steady stream of hits in its native U.K. and experienced chart success in just about every other area of the world, with an irresistible blend of house rhythms and '70s-era soul/funk (the latter, especially, leading early on to claims of Stevie Wonder imitations). The band has gone though several lineup changes during their career, but through it all their leader has remained singer/songwriter Jason Kay (aka J.K.). Born on December 30,...
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