A recent book on the rock icon brings his humanity to the fore.
Think of it as a gospel album and you'll miss the point entirely.
Devonte Hynes' literate melange of pop, rock and classical touches.
Contributor Earl Douglas writes: "To put it bluntly, when Bettye LaVette sings your song, it's not yours anymore."
I can’t get “Window Seat” out of my head. Nor can I separate the song from the image of Erykah Badu walking through Dallas’ Dealey Plaza while disrobing. The song’s appeal, like the video’s, is raw desire: de...