Moby – ‘Natural Blues’ (Reprise Version), Featuring Gregory Porter & Amythyst Kiah

Moby shared this music video for ‘Natural Blues’ (Reprise Version), from his upcoming album Reprise.

Reprise sees Moby revisiting his electronic music and arranging it for acoustic instruments. Moby says that Reprise is less of a greatest hits record and more of a chance to reflect on the way in which art can adapt over time to different settings and contexts.

Together with the Budapest Art Orchestra, he has re-envisioned some of his most recognizable rave classics and anthems with new arrangements for orchestra and acoustic instruments, joined by guest artists from across the musical spectrum, including Kris Kristofferson, Gregory Porter, Mark Lanegan, Víkingur Ólafsson, Skylar Grey and Amythyst Kiah.

7 thoughts on “Moby – ‘Natural Blues’ (Reprise Version), Featuring Gregory Porter & Amythyst Kiah

  1. Loved this….Moby is one of the most congenial, kind, humble, and gracious people I have ever met in the music industry. He has devoted much of this time to animal rights advocacy and environmental initiatives.

    1. They went together out a few times.

      He says they dated a couple of times and it didn’t work out.

      She says they hung out a few times and she wasn’t into him.

      Not sure why anybody would want to judge either of them for this ‘controversy’.

    2. @Belinda
      Creepy is Natalie Portman Queen Amidala having little boy Anakin 5year old as her partner!!

      Always hold up a mirror first before dragging anyone.
      Always look at skeletons in our own cupboard.

    3. Haha, if she thought he was a creepy old man why did she go out with him in the first place? ?
      Uh, I have nothing to say but I need to be in the absurd news cycle.
      These celebrity news are not worth the black under my fingernail.

    4. @Belinda

      Youtube comment

      “I am a 65 year old lady who discovered Moby through the Bourne films. During the COVID pandemic I was diagnosed with lung cancer. My only family are in Italy, I live in the UK and felt very alone. Throughout surgeries and treatment Moby’s music gave me such strength and comfort. I am so grateful there are artists of his talent in the world. “

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