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wow

no words can describe the beauty of this album, then his own amazing price for an amazing album!

It’s Awesome.

I love the chill, easy listening vibe James’ songs gives. Going in my top 10 albums.

Just as beautiful as before.

A year ago I divulged in this beautiful album by James Vincent McMorrow, containing soft yet powerful songs. His lyrics, elevated by his unique voice is definitely worth every penny. It seems that his cover of 'Higher Love' has become somewhat of a trademark, finally dragging the rest of you in, but trust me, it isn't the best he has to offer because this album is strong from start to finish.

Biography

Born: 14 January 1983 in Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Irish singer/songwriter James Vincent McMorrow didn't begin his musical life until he was well into his teens. Initially a drummer, he was drawn to the harsher sounds of At the Drive-In, Refused, and Glassjaw. He mellowed some while at college, where he discovered the more acoustic-oriented sounds of Sufjan Stevens and Band of Horses. He picked up a guitar at 19 after hearing Donny Hathaway's "I Love You More Than You Will Ever Know," and began writing songs and digging into the music of the '70s...
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