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Who has Seal performed with?

  • Adamski
    Seal first made it into the UK charts in 1990, with his friend Adamski. Together they did a dance version of "Killer" which stayed at No. 1 for 4 weeks.

  • Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman
    Seal first worked with Wendy & Lisa (the same Wendy & Lisa of "Prince & The Revolution") on his first album. On his second album, they co-wrote "Bring It On" (and the "Reprise") and "I'm Alive". Seal also joined Wendy & Lisa for the track "Closing The Year" which is featured in the soundtrack to Barry Levinson's film, "Toys".

  • Joni Mitchell
    On his second album, Seal sang with Joni Mitchell for the track "If I Could". He has also collaborated with Joni on the track "How Do You Stop" from her new album, "Turbulent Indigo".

  • Jeff Beck
    Apart from playing with Jeff on his second album, Seal has also performed with the guitarist for a track on the Jimi Hendrix tribute album, Stone Free.

  • Brian May, Roger Taylor And John Deacon
    The "Freddie Mercury Tribute" concert was a huge show, staged at London's Wembley stadium in the summer of 1992.
    Seal and the three remaining members of Queen performed a fantastic rendition of "Who Wants to Live Forever".
    An official video of this performance exists.

  • Annie Lennox
    At the 38th Grammy Awards, Seal performed a cover version of the Marvin Gaye classic "What's Going On?" with Annie Lennox.
    To top this performance, Seal had 3 nominations and took home all 3 awards.

    To date, no official recordings of this performance have been released

For the full discography please refer to the Anthology section of the Future Love Paradise web site.

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