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Album: The Late Show EP

Artist: Jon Batiste & Stay Human

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 6

  • Copyright: 2016 ℗ © 2016 The Late Show Inc.

Tracklist For The Late Show EP By Artist Jon Batiste & Stay Human

Title Artist Time
1
Everyone (Intro) Jon Batiste & Stay Human 0:46 USD 0.99
2
Humanism Jon Batiste & Stay Human 2:41 USD 0.99
3
I Went to Juilliard Jon Batiste & Stay Human 3:03 USD 0.99
4
Back After the Break (Live) Jon Batiste & Stay Human 3:30 USD 0.99
5
Sounds Like Jazz (Outro) [feat Jon Batiste & Stay Human 2:07 USD 0.99
6
The Art of the Bumper (Live) Jon Batiste & Stay Human 2:35 USD 0.99

Reviews For The Late Show EP By Artist Jon Batiste & Stay Human

  • Life Changing

    5
    By Kleya The Slaya
    My life improved by 1000% after hearing this album. Jon Batiste and Stay Human are miracle workers and healers of the mind, body, and soul. Repeated listens to this album may help cure cancer. Probably. Maybe. Definitely buy though!
  • You can't fake that vibe!

    5
    By King Zulu
    Yeah!
  • Jon Batiste & Stay Human

    5
    By MoeSilverio
    Outstanding group! Jon Batiste is a gifted, talented musician. Love it!
  • Love it... Want more!

    5
    By DDuo
    John's Beatle "Blackbird..." tribute, was an unexpected touching performance that tells us this collection doesn't even scratch the surface of his talent and the talents of, "Stay Human" Disappointed the "I Feel Free..." song you serenade and sing with the audience at the end of the show wasn't in there. Please share more... Thanks

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