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All That Echoes

Josh Groban

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Album Review

Vocalist Josh Groban's sixth studio album, 2013's All That Echoes, features more of the crossover classical music that has become his trademark, while pushing further than ever toward the pop end of the spectrum. This is largely due to producer Rob Cavallo (Green Day, Goo Goo Dolls, Paramore), who frames Groban's burnished croon in sweeping alt-rock arrangements that layer atmospheric guitar lines against grand orchestral segments. It also doesn't hurt that with every album, Groban has garnered more co-writing credits, adding to the intimate and personal vibe of All That Echoes. Tracks like leadoff single "Brave" and the dramatic ballad "False Alarms" bring to mind the yearning uplift of bands like U2 and OneRepublic, albeit helmed by Groban's crisp vocal intonation and soaring, resonant style. And as with all of Groban's releases, he has made great choices for songs to cover. Here, listeners get impassioned takes on such songs as Glen Hansard's "Falling Slowly" and Stevie Wonder's "I Believe (When I Fall in Love It Will Be Forever)." Though he's known for his mainstream appeal, Groban has never shied away from trying new and unexpected songs, and All That Echoes is no exception, featuring a moody and contemporary reworking of the traditional Celtic song "She Moved Through the Fair" as well as a truly inspired reading of Jimmy Webb's "The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress," which turns the soulful ballad into a heartbreaking Broadway-style showpiece. Also adding to the album's quality are guest appearances from trumpeter Arturo Sandoval and Italian singer Laura Pausini. While all of Groban's albums are immaculately produced affairs, All That Echoes is one of his best.

Customer Reviews

Excellent Preview

I am so glad you can listen to the whole album on this streaming preview. I've been listening for the last few days and it gets better every time I listen to it. I wish iTunes had this available for every album, but not just for previews. I'd buy more music here if I could hear it just like this album.

Where has all the luster gone?

It's seems as though the older albums had more heart and feel to them. These new songs in this album and the last seem like he is trying to hard to make anything sound good. I want to hear the loud roaring voice he once projected, that can even bring anyone to tears. Josh, go back to the epic classical style.

Definitely different

I just listened to the whole album and I have to say I am not as thrilled as I have been in the past. I have loved almost everything he has ever done but I must admit I enjoy his Italian and Spanish songs the most. There are few of those on here. And Josh's version of one of my all time favorite songs, "Falling Slowly" by Glen Hansard did not compare to the original. I even think I liked Kris Allen's version better. I was jazzed to see that iTunes was letting us listen in advance for free, but now I am disappointed because it isn't as good as I had hoped. I kept waiting for it to get better, but it ended before I knew it...


Born: February 27, 1981 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Pop and classical singer Josh Groban made his debut in the seventh grade, but then put music aside for a few years until he enrolled at the Interlochen Arts Program. In late 1998, he hooked up with a friend of his vocal coach, producer/writer/arranger David Foster. Groban worked for Foster as a rehearsal singer on a series of high-profile events, including the California gubernatorial inauguration of Grey Davis and the Grammy Awards (at which he rehearsed Foster's "The Prayer" with Celine Dion in...
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