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Album Review

James Morrison's debut had already gone platinum in Britain before it was released in the U.S., and the young singer/songwriter has scored hit singles at home. With a pleasantly soulful voice that faintly recalls Stevie Wonder, he offers several slices of polite soul-pop that deftly manage to recall the heyday of soul while still managing to sound modern — a neat balancing trick. However, smooth as Morrison sounds, for much of the album there's a distinct lack of passion in his voice — and that's a prime ingredient of real soul music. Only on "Call the Police" does he summon any real anguish. "You Give Me Something," his first British hit, is catchy and memorable, but not a classic. Indeed, this is an album without soul classics. Ultimately it's more a piece of pop, but there's nothing wrong with that. Time will tell how ephemeral the songs will be, but Morrison shows here that he might become a real talent with some age and work, and maybe a little personal pain wouldn't hurt. He has a hand in all the songs here, showing definite qualities as a writer. Again, time will tell. [The CD was also released as a 'Starbucks Exclusive.'] Chris Nickson, All Music Guide

Customer Reviews

marvellous morrison

This EP has 3 magnificent songs.The two live 1s are great.

undiscovered

JUst listen to it; accompanies any mood.

Discovered Brilliance

'Undiscovered' is an absolutely wonderful song and should in my opinion and many other peoples opinion definately have been either the first or second single, not the fourth. My favourite track of his debut album also titled 'Undiscovered'.

Biography

Born: 13 August 1984 in Rugby, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

At the ripe old age of 21, James Morrison became an overnight sensation in the U.K. with the release of his debut album, 2006's Undiscovered, which wasted little time going platinum in the British Isles. Blessed with a fresh, soulful voice that alternated between smooth and rough tones (and suggested a British Stevie Wonder), Morrison recalled both the passion of classic soul music and the confessional lyrical stance of the singer/songwriters of the '70s. Morrison was born in the West Midlands town...
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