Before you get your hands on D'Angelo’s new Live at the Jazz Café, London: The Complete Show, which drops on Tuesday, listen to three previously unreleased tracks from that album. The live 1995 recording was originally released a year later only in Japan and featured six tracks. This new re-release contains 11 songs.
Rolling Stone has premiered two songs that were not on the original live album including a cover of Ohio Players' "Sweet Sticky Thing" and "Jonz in My Bonz" from his 1995 debut album Brown Sugar. Billboard also streamed a cover of Al Green's "I'm Still in Love with You" on his live cut of "I'm Glad You're Mine."
As for new material Questlove told Billboard early last year that D'Angelo's long-awaited new album was 99 percent done and would sound like "instant classic" or his generation's version of Sly and the Family Stone's There's a Riot Goin' On.