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Wearing Someone Else's Clothes

Jason Robert Brown

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Album Review

Jason Robert Brown begins Wearing Someone Else's Clothes with ironic distance on the title cut. The song's narrator has turned his life upside down, thanks to a new love interest, and though he barely recognizes himself, he likes the change. "Wearing Someone Else's Clothes" is accompanied by a soulful, urban sound, highlighted by Brown's smooth vocals, keyboards, and lots of powerful background singing. The only real downside of the song is that — at five minutes and 31 seconds — it overstays its welcome by at least a minute and a half. Interestingly, Brown follows this ironic love confessional with an older song, "Long Long Road," about a lover packing her bags and leaving. Once again, Brown packages his song with a nice urban groove, but the song — once again — also sticks around way too long. One nice thing about the lyrics of these songs is that they reveal a knack for tackling a familiar subject from a different angle ("Wearing Someone Else's Clothes" and "Getting Out"). It would be a mistake, however, to see Brown as a singer/songwriter in the traditional sense. His approach to his self-penned songs reveals conviction, but the conviction is wrapped inside a theatrical flair. Wearing Someone Else's Clothes will appeal to theatergoers and anyone who appreciates a good song solidly delivered. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr., Rovi

Customer Reviews

JRB is amazing!

By far my most listened to composer! His music is not only entertaing but interesting to listen to as well. Just an amazing and unique album. Gota love it. Thx JRB!

Buy it!

this album is amazing, just like the artist who made it.

Classic JRB

When I first saw this at first I was like "hmmm.... not a musical...but maybe it's good?.... idk"


If you love JRB, you will love this.


Born: 1970 in Tarrytown, NY

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Composer, conductor, arranger, lyricist, singer, and pianist Jason Robert Brown was born in 1970 in Tarrytown, NY. He studied at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, and began working in musical theater in New York City in the early '90s, where he concentrated on merging pop/rock sensibilities with the long tradition of Broadway musicals. His first musical, Songs for a New World, debuted in 1995. Parade, a musical Brown wrote with Alfred Uhry based on the trial and lynching of Leo Frank,...
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