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Tried & True (Bonus Track Version)

Clay Aiken

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Customer Reviews

Tried and True

So glad that Clay came out with a new CD after being away for a couple of years. I was a fan from the beginning, but lost touch with what he was up to after his last album. This is classic Clay. Smooth, romantic and charismatic. This genre of music suits him well. Love Moon River. I'm definitely reeled back in. Welcome back, Clay! =)

Clay Aiken at his best

Wow, what a great cd. Clay sounds amazing singing these songs. I really wasn't sure I would like Clay singing these covers, however, I was wrong. His voice is made to sing songs like this. I can't explain it, the feeling I got while listening to this cd, Clay's voice, the orchestra, the whole feel of the songs just took me to another place. Just beautiful, I really love it. He hit one out of the ballpark with this cd. I highly recommend it.

This sounds like Clay Aiken did on American Idol 2

I have always loved Clay Aiken's Christmas music and all of the songs that he sang on American Idol. Finally, he has made an album that reminds what I loved about him back on Idol. My favorite songs are Can't Take My Eyes Off You, Mack The Knife, Unchained Melody, It's Impossible, What Kind of Fool Am I? (David Sanborn on saxophone is incredible), Moon River (Vince Gill is wonderful on the guitar) and the bonus song You Don't Have To Say You Love Me. There really isn't a bad song on the album.

Biography

Born: November 30, 1978 in Raleigh, NC

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

As the second-place contestant on Fox television's second season of American Idol, vocalist Clay Aiken wowed television audiences with his Southern charm, sweet demeanor, and powerful tenor voice, all of which combined to make him a pop star (and, later, a fixture on Broadway). Originally, Aiken had planned to try out for the reality TV series The American Race, but went ahead and auditioned for the Idol competition to please an encouraging...
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