Meshell Ndegeocello: “Dead End” Live in Studio (KCRW)

Meshell Ndegeocello and her band recently stopped by Santa Monica, California’s NPR affiliate, KCRW, for the Morning Becomes Eclectic show.

The group performed material from Ndegeocello’s latest album, Weather, released in November.

This tune, “Dead End”, is one of those tracks, and showcases Ndegeocello’s unique way of making everything groove.

KCRW has the full sesson available on their website.

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  1. ace playing but she can never sing and play. Live she gets a guy to do the lines while she sings… She is ace.. but stick to one or the otjher if ya can’t do both well?

    • Pat

      Hey Leah Pettinger, Can you show us what are you capable of doing well? Or should I ask: Are you capable of doing something well beside having some verbal diarrhea!!!? You should start using this thing called “Brain” before you start spitting your empty comments on the internet. You just make yourself looking so small…….

  2. ugh…great. just amazing basslines. and vocals

  3. I love how Meshell’s music keeps morphing and changing from album to album. It’s like we’re all on this amazing voyage together. I absolutely love the groove and movement in this song!

    • Jee wat een muzikanten hè?! Geweldig hoe ze dit laten grooven! Thnx for sharing Pebbles. Hugs, Angeline

    • me too! And I’m looking to take off from that same sort of place and morph and change into yet another direction. Anyone??? Let’s do it! I’ll play drums.

  4. Nice Reverend Bass BTW.

  5. Tight! Love her whole body of work. It spans so many different styles and sounds it’s like a whole box of Bass crayons, and I don’t mean the little box either. I mean the BIG one!

  6. Eddieonbass

    Her bass lines are so funky and her msg so relevant,I love her work