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Undiscovered Soul

1 Jun. 1998 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 1998
  • Release Date: 1 Jun. 1998
  • Label: Mercury Records Limited
  • Copyright: (C) 1998 The Island Def Jam Music Group Inc.
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  • Total Length: 1:01:04
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  • ASIN: B001KUDJY8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,571 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mrs Rhiannon Smith on 21 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
Having seen Bon Jovi numerous times, there is no doubting Mr Sambora's talent as a guitarist, but this album puts all past attempts to shame! Fantastic from beginning to end, it proves Richie has far more singer/songwriting talents than previously acknowledged. From track 1 Undiscovered Soul will have you singing along and feeling great, a much more upbeat vibe going on than on Stranger. One of those great albums that stays on a constant loop in the stereo - nice one Richie, here's to more solo projects!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By lonniebjam on 2 Mar. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Having found Stranger in This Town, and loved it I wanted more Richie Sambora. I found Undiscovered Soul and it confirmed what I already knew this man is a mastercraftsman. A little more rocky and edgy than " Stranger " it shows that not only is Richie a superlative muscician but that he is a far better songwriter than Jon Bon Jovi. When hearing a JBJ song it is instantly recognizable but Richie can turn his hand to any style and does. My particular favourites are " if god was a woman " (he has a good sense of humour) and " Harlem Rain ". While " Made in America " is obviously autobiographical. the guitar work is superb and the voice strong confident and just down right brilliant. I play this album constantly along with Stranger in This Town. I am no big Bon Jovi fan but Richie Sambora I would love to hear more of. Anyone who can move me in the way he does is worth listening to I can not rate this album too highly. Get it you won't be dissapointed.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Bell (clarabell_a@hotmail.com) on 4 Dec. 2001
Format: Audio CD
What can you say about this album? There are no words to describe it! I bought "Stranger In This Town" and i was pretty surprised by it, then i bought "Undiscovered Soul" and i was blown away. I had always been a huge Jon fan, but all it took was for me to listen to "All that really matters" and i was converted! This album out shines all the Bon Jovi albums and indeed Jon Bon Jovi's two solo albums. If you think all Richie can do is play guitar then you couldn't be more wrong. This album shows his guitar skills at their best and not only that it shows the strength and depth of his voice. I must have listened to it a thousand times, but even now it stills sends shivers down my spine! It is now my favourite album of all time. It never leaves my stereo. Richie has been overshadowed by Bon Jovi too long, this album shines the spotlight where it is most deserved.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "josh_greavsie" on 30 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
WOW! When buying this album, i wasn't sure what to expect, but being quite an avid Bon Jovi fan, i did. It has changed the way i feel about the band, and that not all of the talent lies with Jon. Just listening to the songs on this album makes you realise just how and why Richie Sambora is not a more recognised character within the World music business. With every word that he sings, you can feel the power, soul and heart behind it, even if he is singing the softest lyrics. An absolutely great singer, which makes you wonder who, exactly should be the lead singer in Bon Jovi. It knocks the spots off Jon's solo album "Destination Anywhere" and indeed every other album i own.....nearly.
All you have to do is look at the other people's reviews on this album.....it speaks for its self! Just buy the damn thing and listen for the good of your life. Would take a huge effort to beat! Well done Mr Sambora......long may it continue!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. Hutchinson on 1 Aug. 2006
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Stranger in this town is one of my favourite albums so I was not expecting this one to surpass it. It has not been off my playlist since buying it - it is excellent. The songs are well crafted and have a good pace and feel to them possessing energy without being overwhelming. A great mix which has some of Sambora's best lyrics. this is a quality album and now i regret delaying my purchase.
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Format: Audio CD
Having been a Bon Jovi fan for years, like many people I thought Jon Bon Jovi was the major player and that Richie Sambora was one of the background players who just wasn't quite as good as Jon. With this album, I have been proved totally wrong. This is the first Richie Sambora album I have purchased and I had a huge surprise! I was expecting it to maybe be more rock oriented and that maybe his vocals wouldn't match up as a lead vocalist but this album has totally opened my eyes as to exactly how good an all-round musician Richie Sambora really is and is proof that, should he ever leave Bon Jovi and strike out on his own he could well rival Jon Bon Jovi in the popularity and "leading man" stakes. Apart from the opening guitar chords on Made in America (the first track), which sounded to me exactly like Tom Petty on Free Falling (who is a musician I love!) Richie very much has his own sound, and it is much more soulful, and bluesy, in parts than I had anticipated. His vocals are wonderful and, it goes without saying, the guitar work is wonderful. He has excellent backing musicians and Greg Phillinganes, who I became aware of in the 80s, is one of the backing singers, as is Billy Preston. There are no filler tracks on here and every track is wonderful. Fallen From Graceland is my favourite song on here and the backing vocals are wonderful and soulful, but all the songs are very good. This is one of those albums that I will find hard to stop playing and it is equally as good as Jon Bon Jovi's "Destination Anywhere", which I have always loved.
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