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  • Audio CD (2 April 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Polydor Group
  • ASIN: B000NIWILI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 117,275 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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For a while there, the helium-voiced Macy Gray seemed to be coasting instead of crashing down the walls between funk, rock, and R&B the way scads of breathless music pundits once said she would. That was before will.i.am and a handful of other skillful knob-twisters entered her life. Now, multi-genre destruction and utter domination once again seem possible: Big, as its title suggests, is a huge record--bold in all the right places and subdued where it needs to be; scruffy around the edges but slick below the surface; at once nonchalant and reckless to the bone. Gray, in her way, is a vocal Timbaland--it's tempting to think she's too imposing to make a random-seeming hook-up work, but she stretches her singular gift around pretty much any collaborator a producer can throw at her, and with style to burn. On Big, those tossed on for the challenge include Natalie Cole, who lights up opener "Finally Made Me Happy"; Nas, who gives up the grit likably on "Ghetto Love"; and Fergie, who coos efficiently throughout "Glad You're Here." As vibes go, the one given off here is cool, casual, and slightly crazy--all Macy, in other words. She does her thing up right, and she does it Big. --Tammy La Gorce

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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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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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Macy does it again. She has such a unique sounding voice that lends itself well to all types of song. Her albums are always interesting to listen to, her voice you could say caressing the lyrics. No other artiste sounds like her. Altogether a great album.
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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 have always enjoyed Macy Grays work, however sometimes it has bordered on the surreal and slightly irritating. Will.I.Am has transformed this flagging artist into the singer/songwriter she was meant to be. "finally made me happy" is in my opinion a bad opener and quite an irritating song, but don't let it put you off. The album picks up momentum and bursts into live on "okay" funnily enough with the help of Justin Timberlake. If you like Macy then you will enjoy this album, it is soulful whilst incorporating great modern production packed with some electro bass lines and blips and beeps. It works very well, it is one of those rare albums which is enjoyable to the last track, infact the last two tracks "treat me like your money" and "everybody" are probably the strongest tracks.

Well worth your money if you are a fan or new to Macy. Download "treat me like your money" "everybody" and "okay" if you are after a taster.
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When Macy was in the UK on GMTV, and heard her comeback single, it rocked my songs off. Never really liked her before because of her voice. Well, things have changed. Her songwriting dynamic has changed so much that i am now a fan. How things change. "Finally Made Me Happy" has to go to #1, as it's a very attractive but yet deep meaningful song. I loved the whole album, which i downloaded through iTunes. I will be buying the actual album for my CD collection tomorrow!!!

GO MACY!!!!
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