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Jamie Lidell, 'Don't You Love Me' (Live)

April 11, 2013Few can put on a one-man show like tech-savvy producer and soul singer Jamie Lidell. Here, he visits the Morning Becomes Eclectic studio at KCRW to perform songs from his new self-titled album, including the funky "Don't You Love Me."

Jamie Lidell describes his latest album as an "electronic affair": The DJ and producer returns to his club roots on the self-titled record, and for his return to Morning Becomes Eclectic, he brought with him a new sound and fresh moves. Watch him perform as a one-man band in all of his funky, glitchy, soulful glory.

Lidell performs "Don't You Love Me" here, but don't miss the rest of his live performance at

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