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Tyler James - The Unlikely Lad

4.00
Reviewer:
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2005
Label: Universal Records
Genre: Pop
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Review

Here is a shortie about a very cool album... An album with a British guy that have an own way of being in his music. Imagine yourself a mix between Gavin DeGraw, Daniel Powter Stevie Wonder, John Mayer and Jason Mraz and you?re quite near the carpark of Tyler?s cool pop. Samples, scratches, groove driven guitars? and much much more. All this spiced with his great voice. And it is those ingredients I have taken to my heart.
The singles ?Foolish? and ?Your Woman?, ?Gone Are The Days? and the joyful ?Drunk All Night? are four good tracks worth mentioning but there are plenty more on the album in the same standard. A couple of ?to the same ? and they don?t go anywhere-tunes? take down the grading a tiny little bit but the main part of this album is lovely clever soulpop that I?m sure you will enjoy if you like the names I mentioned earlier in the review.

Tracklisting 1. Intro - Rainy Days
2. Why Do I Do?
3. Your Woman
4. Foolish
5. Long Day
6. Drunk All Night
7. Dead Or Alive
8. One Place Left To Go
9. Gone Are The Days
10. Procrastination
11. Speak Up
12. Best For Me
13. Running Out
14. On My Own


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