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Travelling Without Moving

January 14, 1997

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: January 14, 1997
  • Release Date: January 14, 1997
  • Label: Work
  • Record Company Required Metadata: Music file metadata contains unique purchase identifier. Learn more.
  • Total Length: 58:44
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  • ASIN: B00138H0HO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,251 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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The sound quality of the recording is also very good and the cd booklet has all the lyrics as well.
Frederick Baptist
"Travelling Without Moving" is a fun jaunt into dance music, without having to listen to Radio-Pop-junk or migraine-producing Techno.
"bluebeddy"
Almost every song is good or very good if there's any Jamiroquai song you really like you will almost defenitly enjoy this album.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Luis Hernandez on August 5, 2000
Format: Audio CD
"Travelling Without Moving," was the album that made Jamiroquai a household name throughout the world. Although his two prior albums were successes, "Travelling Without Moving" certified his status as the undeniable king of modern funk and soul. While many would doubt that a short "white boy," could really get his groove on, they are sadly mistaken.
Here is the band that brought the soul and funk the 1970's and 1980's were memorable for back, and totally changed the face of these musical styles forever. Groups such as Cameo, Parliament, Kool & the Gang, and Earth Wind and Fire, were the godfathers of the past, but the fact that lead singer Jay Kay is English and sounds a lot like a young Stevie Wonder makes it much more appealing that funk & soul have crossed racial lines to become an appreciated form of international music.
Tracks such as "Cosmic Girl," and "Alright" bring back the spirit of 1970's funk to a newer generation of music listeners everywhere. "Alright," which is my favorite track on the album, is memorable due to Jay Kay's divine vocals and his band's excellent orchestration of the music. "Cosmic Girl," is a fun, lively song that will make anyone who lived during the seventies feel that they are reliving them again.
For all of you who need an all-instrumental song that will blow your mind away, try "Didjital Vibrations." That song's use of Australian Aboriginal woodwinds and traditional instruments, plus Jay Kay's humming will make you feel so relaxed, that it almost seems that you are in some type of relaxation therapy that will alleviate most of your stress and worries away.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Kyle on February 25, 2000
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I am not usually the type to like this kind of music, but something about this album struck me. Whether it's the catchy tunes or the awesome lyrics, I don't know, but one thing's for sure: YOU'VE GOT TO BUY THIS CD! My favorite tracks are Virtual Insanity, Cosmic Girl, Use the Force, High Times, Traveling Without Moving and the bonus track, Do You Know Where You're Coming From. Oh, and by the way, some of you people who do these reviews REALLY need to learn how to spell. I'm only 12, and I'm better at spelling than most of you.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 23, 1998
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Chances are, you've heard about Jamiroquai by now, maybe because of their wins at the MTV Video Music Awards, or maybe you've seen the award winning video to Virtual Insanity. Perhaps you have just heard their name and were curious to see what they sound like. If you lthink you might like exciting, catchy songs guaranteed to make you move to the music, Jamiroquai is for you. Or perhaps you are looking for soothing music to comfort your pounding head after a long day at work/school...the flowing instrumental songs Didgin' Out and Didjital Vibrations are just the thing for you. Encompassing a wide varieties of musical styles and drawing influences from many genres, they are actually known as an Acid Jazz band. Believe me when I tell you that you will not be disappointed if you buy this album or either of the two other albums (Emergency on Planet Earch & The Return of the Space Cowboy). There are no "bad" songs and Jamiroquai is not one of those groups you buy for that hit single. It is my opinion that Jamiroquai is one of the greatest musical talents in the industry today. Use that Force and buy this CD now!!! END
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Luis Hernandez on August 5, 2000
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"Travelling Without Moving," was the album that made Jamiroquai a household name throughout the world. Although his two prior albums were successes, "Travelling Without Moving" certified his status as the undeniable king of modern funk and soul. While many would doubt that a short "white boy," could really get his groove on, they are sadly mistaken.
Here is the band that brought the soul and funk the 1970's and 1980's were memorable for back, and totally changed the face of these musical styles forever. Groups such as Cameo, Parliament, Kool & the Gang, and Earth Wind and Fire, were the godfathers of the past, but the fact that lead singer Jay Kay is English and sounds a lot like a young Stevie Wonder makes it much more appealing that funk & soul have crossed racial lines to become an appreciated form of international music.
Tracks such as "Cosmic Girl," and "Alright" bring back the spirit of 1970's funk to a newer generation of music listeners everywhere. "Alright," which is my favorite track on the album, is memorable due to Jay Kay's divine vocals and his band's excellent orchestration of the music. "Cosmic Girl," is a fun, lively song that will make anyone who lived during the seventies feel that they are reliving them again.
For all of you who need an all-instrumental song that will blow your mind away, try "Didjital Vibrations." That song's use of Australian Aboriginal woodwinds and traditional instruments, plus Jay Kay's humming will make you feel so relaxed, that it almost seems that you are in some type of relaxation therapy that will alleviate most of your stress and worries away.
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