Moby returns to his orchestral, soul, trip-hop, and gospel roots on his forthcoming album. "Like A Motherless Child" is a re-working of a classic, spiritual song, with origins in the slavery movement. We feel the void left by the separation from a loved one -- whether a friend, lover, or parent -- as Raquel Rodriquez joins Moby.
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