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Album Review

Obsessed with carnality as he is, it was only a matter of time before Jason Mraz realized that it's better to sound sexy than to blather about it incessantly. This monumental moment arrives on his third album, We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things, easily his sleekest collection of sounds and his only album to contain a suggestion of seduction within its grooves. Actually, We Sing is Mraz's only album to actually groove, as he sets down his acoustic guitar for much of the album and rides along on smooth rhythms partially indebted to '80s blue-eyed soul by Hall & Oates and Steve Winwood — in that sense, the album recalls John Mayer's Continuum — but he relies more heavily on Thriller, mixing it up with some modern neo-soul that gives this a surprisingly soulful sound. Mraz can glide on these surfaces, leaning on the gentle art of insinuation instead of goosing his paramour, but old habits die hard: it's only a matter of time before he punctures the seduction by scatting sophomorically, slipping in juvenile come-ons ("You make my slacks tight"), or stuttering manic syncopations on "The Dynamo of Volition." Mraz is also prone to terminal cuteness, drafting in a kids chorus to close out the coda of "Coyotes" and mewling out phrases like "always a goody doer," and while these are often so close-miked and forthright they're hard to ignore, they're also just not as prevalent as they were on the icky Mr. A-Z. Also, they're cleverly camouflaged beneath that gossamer gloss, typified by the quite catchy "Butterfly," whose Quincy Jones-styled horns disguise his mildly queasy oral sex puns. Mraz's lyrics don't stand up to such close scrutiny — something the McCartney-esque, perhaps autobiographical divorce ballad "Love for a Child" ("Was it my mom who put dad out on his ass/Or the other way around") makes plain — but the nice thing about the soulful shimmer of We Sing is that it's so slick that it's easy to ignore the gibberish spilling out of Mraz's mouth and just enjoy the sunny, easy sound.

Customer Reviews

We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.

An amazing album by an amazing artist. I love how some songs such as "Butterfly" will get you up and dancing while others such as "Details in the Fabric" will get you through even the hardest times. This album truly shows Mraz's versatility as an artist from the easy jazz of "Make it Mine" to the simple but powerful style of "If it Kills Me". Not to mention his single "I'm Yours" will always put you in a good mood. This album has personality, care, spice, and is topped all off with Mraz's beatiful vocals. I highly reccommend it.

This is "Rock" Music?

I spend a lot of time (and even some money) on iTunes, but they really need to work on their classification of music. From the rock homepage, I was directed to "If it Kills Me". Take 30 seconds and check this out - not a whole lot of rockin' goin' on here...

Beautiful. Period.

Filled with meaningfull and beautiful tracks, this album is simply gorgeous. Jason Mraz's voice (and face) is, too!

Biography

Born: June 23, 1977 in Mechanicsville, VA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

California-based singer/songwriter Jason Mraz makes laid-back, melodic pop with stylistic nods toward folk, jam band music, hip-hop, and soft rock. Since coming to the public's attention with his 2002 hit single "The Remedy (Don't Worry)", Mraz has proven himself to be a reliable pop...
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  • $13.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, R&B/Soul, Soul, Adult Alternative, Pop, Pop/Rock
  • Released: May 13, 2008

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