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26 Mar. 2007 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2007
  • Release Date: 26 Mar. 2007
  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 2007 will.i.am Music, Inc./Geffen Records
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  • Total Length: 46:57
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  • ASIN: B0043UYM2U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 485,478 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. Peregrine on 27 April 2008
Format: Audio CD
After a superb first album Gray seemed to lose her way a bit for her next two LPs. With this one however - her fourth - she's right back on track. I'm someone who listens to a lot of albums but "Big" was easily one of my favourite from 2007, if not my favourite. After the first listen I thought it was kinda average, but after getting to know each track the quality of the song writing became apparent. Admittedly, Macy's subject matter is limited - it's either a met-someone-new song, a break-up song, or a get-back-together song - but she does so much within those boundaries. Each song is its own unique story, and each fully realised. Put simply, Macy Gray is a master of emotion. Although, like I said, all her songs are very similiar, each one just oozes pure, raw, straight-from-the-heart emotion. And surely that's exactly what SOUL music should be about. Whether you'll like it is a different matter. If you liked Amy Winehouse's second album (Back to Black), chances are you will. It's a rare gift to be able to combine melody and rhyme with clear, strong conceptual work, but both Gray and Winehouse seem to be modern masters at the craft. There's a few songs at the end I found a little ropey and it's maybe not for everyone, but if you like soul music that's determined to explore the phenomenon of love from every angle, then this is for you.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Sam VINE VOICE on 31 Mar. 2007
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The first album- superb. The second- not great. The third- I didn't even bother buying. The greatest hits-OK. However none match up to Macy's latest offering 'Big':

1.Finally Made Me Happy- A superb start and single- possibly rivals I Try.- 10/10

2.Shoo Be Doo-An excellent song and the second single. 9/10

3.What I Gotta Do- slightly forgettable 6/10

4.Okay- very odd. 7/10

5.Glad You're Here- uptempo number featuring Fergie- 8.5/10

6.Ghetto Love- rap mixed with Macy. 8/10

7.One For Me- A strong ballad. 8/10

8.Strange Behaviour- A quirky, but brilliant song. 10/10

9.Slowly-A good song, bit of an album filler. 7/10

10.Get Out- Strong song. 7.5/10

11.Treat Me Like Your Money- Excellent. Features a sample of You Spin Me Round by Dead and Alive. 9/10

12.Everybody- Another excellent tune. 8/10

13.So What- An odd end to the album- certainly one of the weaker songs. 6/10
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By richarde on 1 April 2007
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Macy Gray's voice will always be distinctive and there will always be those who love her and those who hate her, but I reckon she might win over a few converts with this album. Smoother and more soulful than her previous efforts, I found it demanded my attention on first listen. A thoroughly enjoyable album in my view and Macy's most memorable since her debut.
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I heard Macey's album 'BIG' whilst on holiday from someone who's really into his music - a Connoisseur for want of a better word. As I had not been familiar with most of her music, I would not have otherwise chosen this one, but for a first sample of her un popularised work it's a great choice - even though this album is one of many. I purchased it as soon as I returned to the UK. Would recommend it to somone who wants to hear proper music that's punchy and lyrical - that's a lot to ask in this day and age.
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It may be the cynic in me, but has Macy Gray - a black singer - made her best record by emulating the success of a white singer - Amy Winehouse - singing black music? Now, that would be ironic. This is a good, old-fashioned soul record, with good brass, strings and girly-singing backing, without the trappings of modern so-called R&B records - and all the better for it. I hope that it becomes a trend. If only Dusty was still with us.
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