Answers to the "alt.music.seal" frequently asked questions.
Who has Seal performed with?
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
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".
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".
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.
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.