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David Usher - The mile end sessions

4.25
Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2011-01-23 Year: 2010
Label: Universal Records
Genre: Modern Singer Songwriter
Producer: Jonathan Gallivan
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David Usher has one of those voices that can spellbind you from the very first second he starts to sing, I have been a fan for many years and still think he should be bigger outside Canada where he is a star. "The mile end sessions" is his first acoustic album with new unplugged versions of songs from all his previously released albums except the 2005 album "If god had curves" which he overlooked of some reason. This album also contains 2 new tracks in "Fall to pieces" and the single "Je repars" that is Usher´s first song in French, two really nice songs that fits in very well with the rest. I think the best new renditions in this acoustic mood are "Black black heart" and "Sparkle and shine", highly recommendable!

Tracklisting 1. Alone In The Universe - Acoustic
2. Everyday Things - Acoustic
3. The Music - Acoustic
4. Prelude - Acoustic
5. Fall To Pieces
6. Je Repars
7. Sparkle And Shine - Acoustic
8. St. Lawrence River - Acoustic
9. My Way Out - Acoustic
10. Black Black Heart - Acoustic
11. And So We Run - Acoustic
12. Kill The Lights - Mile End Mix
13. I'm Coming Down - Acoustic
14. Je Repars - Radio Remix
15. Tous ces petits gestes - Radio Remix
16. Everyday Things - Radio Remix


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