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Simply awesome nearly all the way through,
This review is from: Colour Me Free (Audio CD)
I loved the first soul sessions album for its rawness, then came over produced disapointing second album and after that I just thought the first album had been a fluke. This though just listening to on spotify, oh wow, she's only gone and put out an album we from the start wanted for the second album. Just full of pure soul and the vocals are up there with the greats. I've got a taste in music that dips into nearly every genre and just love raw soul, this album delivers.
Only not so good are the songs featuring Jamie Hartman, don't know who he is but his voice doesn't really go with hers as its very middle of the road charty vocals. Still not bad when she comes in, just of been better without him.
Still totally worthy of album of the year.
Welcome back Joss..
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Initial post: 26 Nov 2009 09:51:49 GMT
John Cassidy says:
I agree with this reviewer! Even though there have been good and bad sides to Joss's releases after the Soul Sessions.this is back to heartfelt,excellently executed music again! Well done,Joss!
Posted on 3 Oct 2012 21:32:22 BDT
The album is real top quality by Joss Stone and she needs to get more noted for her music, I will be buying this album and the new soul sessionalbum she has out now for 2012
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