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Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1

31 Jan. 2012 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 31 Jan. 2012
  • Release Date: 31 Jan. 2012
  • Label: Epic
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  • Total Length: 48:14
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  • ASIN: B00747BMOU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,352 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 24 Jun. 2005
Format: Audio CD
This album is a masterpiece! From the energetic upbeat Freedom! '90 to the musically enchanting They Won't Go When I Go, or the musical wizardry of praying for time there isn't a bad track to be found. George Michael really has come of age with this album. The Lyrics are as fine as you'll find, with the words of praying for time in a league of their own. Whether you want to join in with George in the singing of something to save, or if you want to be drawn almost hypnotically away by mothers pride there is something for everyone. Buy this album.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By tdelse@uswest.net on 18 Aug. 2000
Format: Audio CD
Without question, in this area of the world, this is the record that had people scratching their heads when it came out. No longer he of the "biker-femme" persona, GM came out (you know what I mean) with an incredible sophomore effort. Serious, vulnerable, so much different than Wham! or "Faith." Most people I know have never even listened to the record (which says a lot about how difficult it is to hear any GM in the States), others doubted it could be anything more than Faith II. Those who gave it a listen were hooked. Even those who despised George from Faith. Even those who don't necessarily like his style. They all had to admit that this is a record that reaches near epic, operatic proportions. "Cowboys and Angels" is the most interesting track, but it is the more radio friendly "Waiting for that Day" that is widely held to be the "song" of the album. Just an opinion, but maybe George was going through some sort of spiritual struggle while writing these songs (and as I understand had just been dumped by Kathy Jeung). Who knows? These last few years have proven that whatever kind of struggle it was, he lost (see LA cop fiasco). This is the George Michael that I want to remember when he retires to the South of France and stops making music.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Richard Elliott on 14 Jun. 2011
Format: Audio CD
George Michael recorded this album when he was trying to break away from his leather-jacketed, shades-wearing image from 'Faith' which enabled him to reach mega-star status in the USA. This one is a more personal affair, going for a classic B&W photograph instead of a posing mug shot, and the US-style production in favour of much more acoustic feel, which really showcases his incredible voice. He's since said he wouldn't do this kind of album again, but I'm willing to bet 99% of his fans would want another one of these than another 'Patience'. This is a gentle, often melancholy album of instant classics. 'Praying For Time' is unique in that it's laconic yet still a powerhouse track. 'Cowboys And Angels' is beautiful and relaxing, while 'Mothers Pride' is a painful anti-war song that brings a lump to the throat. Apparently this album is labelled 'Vol.1' because George wante dthe accompanying Vol 2 to be a more upbeat CD, but his battle for freedom from Sony Music put the brakes on that one. So we'll never know. I fI were to point out the weakest thing on this album of undeniable classics, it would only be the use of the 'Funky Drummer' beat that accompanies "Waiting For That Day" - It works alright, but I'm sure it'd be just as good without this audio cliche. Its still the finest album that George has ever made. That's my opinion, but I know I'm not alone.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. John Mulrine on 22 Mar. 2006
Format: Audio CD
If like me you have kind of always floated around the outskirts of GM then I would recommend this album as a stern follow up to Faith.
Yes Faith is pop but the melodies are strong and you really need that in your mind when you take on this album.
Firstly this album is GREAT - it is full of different layerings of songs and melodies that just stick in your head all day.
It took me a while to get this album but actually the maturity in just 3 yrs is fabulous. You should also discount the chart placings - the low charting singles was because George was sabotaging his own career in a way - not appearing in videos, having no text on his singles or having text and no pic.
Anyway his artistic views kind of covered the value of the songs and speaking of the songs:
1) PRAYING FOR TIME 5/5 what a cracker of a song - the tip of the iceberg really - if you get this song you will get the album. It is a crashing ballad about opening our eyes to the world. UK #8 - 1st single (B-Side: If You Were My Woman).
2) FREEDOM 5/5 THE song that got me into this album - it was the only song I considered from this album as being worthy for a long time before the rest grew on me. About reflecting on the Wham days. UK #28 - 3rd single.
3)THEY WON'T GO WHEN I GO 4/5 A broody ballad his voice is faultless on this - I love his rendition of this classic, he really shows that he can apply his voice to anything. I just marked it down because it is not a GM composition.
4)SOMETHING TO SAVE 5/5 A cheeky little track in my opinion - acoustic guitar driven pop very upbeat and well just nice (love his high voice around 2:40 over the strings). Seems to deal with not communicating in a relationship. B-Side to Cowboys & Angels UK #45 - 5th Single.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By tommyboo on 6 Dec. 2012
Format: Audio CD
. . . and I'm talking about George Michael's sheer musical talent of course.

This epic was released at the height of George Michael's stardom in 1990, following his first solo album FAITH three years earlier. Intentionally, it was a different direction from 1987 and worlds away from his 1980s collaboration in the mega successful boy band WHAM.

I can only second all the rave reviews here. This must rank as George Michael's best work in my opinion, and one of the best albums ever recorded. Musically and lyrically, every track is pure art, with Heal The Pain easily being my favourite.

It is almost impossible to fault any of this artist's recordings anyway but I strongly recommend you add this particular album to your music collection.
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