14 Songs, 1 Hour 18 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Lalah Hathaway’s smoky, sonorous voice anchors these concert performances of neo-soul. She re-introduces us to songs from throughout her career, as her band injects small yet striking touches, like the acoustic guitar flickering on “Little Girl / Breathe,” and the steadying bass behind “I’m Coming Back,” in which she soulfully and movingly recommits herself to a lover. She makes her mark on covers, too, including “Little Ghetto Boy,” a tribute to her late father Donny Hathaway, and Anita Baker’s “Angel,” a joyful sing-along with her adoring audience.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Lalah Hathaway’s smoky, sonorous voice anchors these concert performances of neo-soul. She re-introduces us to songs from throughout her career, as her band injects small yet striking touches, like the acoustic guitar flickering on “Little Girl / Breathe,” and the steadying bass behind “I’m Coming Back,” in which she soulfully and movingly recommits herself to a lover. She makes her mark on covers, too, including “Little Ghetto Boy,” a tribute to her late father Donny Hathaway, and Anita Baker’s “Angel,” a joyful sing-along with her adoring audience.

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