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Until Tomorrow Then: the Best of Ed Harcourt Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (22 Oct. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000UZ4AIS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,769 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Ed Harcourt is one of a rare breed in Britain - he is a singer-songwriter in the 'old school', truest sense of the word; ie he is a talented musician who writes all his own songs, and has a plethora to choose from for his albums. No X Factor contestant is ever likely to pick one of his tracks for their audition. And though it seems a travesty that someone like James Blunt is celebrated around the world while Harcourt's music bubbles just under the surface of recognition, you get the feeling that he and his legions of fans much prefer it that way.

He has released five studio albums and has gathered a loyal tribe of followers over seven years. He's a multi-instrumentalist with a tendency to use a variety of eclectic and interesting sounds in all his hundreds of tracks. Until Tomorrow! is a gathering of fourteen of his best songs from those five albums, as well as two previously unreleased tracks. Highlights include 'Apple Of My Eye' which demonstrates Harcourt's wide vocal range and has a great clapped rhythm track and 'Fireflies Take Flight', which is a beautiful and gentle song that lulls you into a Sunday evening mood, whatever day of the week it is. Opener 'Born In The 70s' is much more upbeat and gives an 'insight' into Ed's view of life with lines like 'My parents named me Ed'. It feels very personal and honest.

The previously unreleased 'You Put A Spell On Me' also makes you feel that Harcourt really does put himself out there in his songs - there's an integrity and an emotion in his music that really sets him apart from most of today's label-produced 'singer-songwriters'. If you've never heard any of his music, Until Tomorrow is a great introduction to a musician who deserves to be listened to, and if you are already a die-hard fan, it's a perfect collection of songs to demonstrate his huge repertoire. This almost seems like a halfway point in Harcourt's career, and, hopefully, there will be at least another five albums to come. --Lizzie Ennever

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Do you know the feeling when you are waiting for something you consider will be special; it arrives, you unwrap it and then wonder why you were so exorcised by the thought of it? For me this album is like that. It flatters to deceive, not that it's bad, quite the contrary, it is very pleasant and throws up some nice melodies mellifluously delivered BUT there is something missing. The WOW factor, the pizazz, the va-va-voom is not in evidence. Perhaps a few more plays will change that but it desperately needs a little more to get me to put it in the machine first!!!!
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No need for any justification. Ed is magnificent. Beautiful songs, fantastic voice. Just buy it!
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Overall nothing too interesting. I had higher hopes based on reviews, Mercury Prize, etc. IT was overall fairly generic singer songewriter fair. The melodies and instrumentation were not very memorable either. Reminds me of a lot of the post Radiohead (Bends era influenced) early 2000's rock.
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