Compared to What: Funny, this is the second time I'm reviewing this track (the first being on Week 2: Roots & John Legend Wake Up!) and it's still awesome! This is a much more mellow groove than that on Wake Up!, but it still conveys the message with the same kind of heart. I love the hardness of the horn hits, they're a sharp contrast against the smooth, softer background. They really pop. The words Roberta emphasizes are very interesting - really love her phrasing. Love the bass line towards the end, they really play around with it - I dig. Pretty awesome track.
Angelitos Negros: The beginning of this track is pretty awesome. The upright is playing a Spanish feel you would normally only expect to hear on guitar - or at least that's the only setting I tend to hear that style in. I really dig it, the lowness of the bass gives it this whole new element of sorrow. It's a song that pretty much asks the question as to why there are no paintings of black angels - all angels are beautiful. Roberta really sings this beautiful, it's quite mesmerizing. Really wonderful tone all around. Beautiful song.