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‘I have never been a beautiful boy.
Never liked the sound of my own voice.
I wasn’t cool when I was in my teens,
I never slept, but I did have dreams.’ – Bones

Moon Landing is the fourth album by James Blunt. It’s an album about dreams, longing, first love. About looking in the mirror and seeing the boy you were, the man you are – and ... Read more in Amazon's James Blunt Store

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  • Audio CD (September 18, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Custard/ Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000SZLSB2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (152 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,875 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. 1973
2. One Of The Brightest Stars
3. I'll Take Everything
4. Same Mistake
5. Carry You Home
6. Give Me Some Love
7. I Really Want You
8. Shine On
9. Annie
10. I Can't Hear The Music

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Blunt's sophomore album, All The Lost Souls, displays a huge musical growth from his smash hit debut, Back To Bedlam. These new, more mature songs, recall the sounds of Elton John, Cat Stevens, and Neil Young. In addition to being an excellent album, All The Lost Souls is packed with singles.

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In 2005, James Blunt was everybody's favorite overnight success story. In 2007, he's the guy who's making rock meaningful again. All the Lost Souls, the sophomore effort from the Brit responsible for restoring the seriousness of "beautiful" as a compliment, brims with big build-ups, epic-sounding ballads, and lyrics to lose yourself in. The vibe, laid out neatly on first single and opening track "1973", is clear-eyed and heavy-hearted; in anybody over 35, it'll produce nostalgia tempered by hopefulness. Here's a set that suggests rock has got its head screwed on straight again, that the path to real feelings need not necessarily be led by Norah Jones. In anybody younger, it'll cause the unsinkable suspicion that a lot of modern balladeers should be digging deeper. But in both cases it will satisfy. Compared with David Gray and Damien Rice last time out, this time Blunt seems to owe a debt to Barry Gibb--his voice quavers as sweetly and with the same delicate reach. Stand-outs on a brief but dud-less set include "I Really Want You," in which the sound of Blunt's breaking heart is set sparely and elegantly to something approximating the chirp of a cricket, the poignant and desperate "Give Me Some Love", and the VH-1 ready "Same Mistakes."--Tammy La Gorce

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I was very impressed with his lyrics and wonderful voice.
Michael G. Fox
His CD's are the only ones I have bought that I love every song.
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Very catchy tunes, fun and good from one track to the next.
Maureen Brennan

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Derrick Jenkins VINE VOICE on September 23, 2007
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While I enjoyed his first cd (a few songs at least). I was just looking for some improvement from the first. He has done that this time around with "All The Lost Souls". He has a different vibe to him on this release..that i didnt really feel on the first one (not that i didnt like it). But Mr. Blunt seems to have a clearer purpose on this record and it involves getting us to listen and just enjoy the things that we have in life. He does it with a voice that while not strong is more than clear and resonates on each and every song on the set. While it only clocks in at 38 mins and 39 seconds. It gets what needs to be said across with out all the interludes and crappy intros that other artists seem to pile on to their releases.

Simply put its just a really good record to listen and mellow out too without getting too deep and trying to do too much. "All The Lost Souls" helps you find that something that you may have lost or is right there in front of your eyes. Nice one this time around, JB.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By deadre on September 22, 2007
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I found the first cd absolutely addictive. While this is good, it's not nearly as addictive. I still think he's great but I'm sure that I'll listen to the previous cd far more often. I wish this one had the same effect on me but,,, unfortunately, I think my expectations were just too high.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly A. Foy on September 18, 2007
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I like his voice and I think his music is beautiful.He is very talented.This cd is rally good.Not something to dance to or bang your head but if you're in the mood and want to relax this would be a good cd for you.I like driving to it.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By C. Vang on September 18, 2007
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First of all, I think the critics were overly harsh about this second album. I bought the first one and I bought this album because the songs are good. "1973" was my favorite track for its strong lyrics and emotional melody. I've listened to this album five times over and it gets better with each play. The instrumental accompaniments are excellent. The only thing I see that might turn people off of this album compared to the first is the tender, sorrowful, sad undertones, but it's not like James Blunt is crying through each track and it's not like the tracks are unbearable. Of all the albums of this year, All the Lost Souls and Mika's Life... are probably the two most original albums.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stacia N. Mcpherson on September 24, 2007
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This cd might not be better than the first, but to me it's still worth buying. Some songs don't rock as hard as some of the songs on bedlam. but there are some very good contenders. The stand out tracks being, 1973, Carry you home, I really want You, and I can't hear the music. This is a great solid cd and you won't regret buying. James' unique voice is worth it.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 18, 2007
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I am a big James Blunt fan and I will say that this album did not disappoint. It is an amazing album. Any James Blunt fan must get this.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Thomas S. Sadler on September 18, 2007
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When I first heard James Blunt's "Back to Bedlam", the combination of brutally honest lyrics with the searing raw vocals had me immediately hooked. It is an emotional tour de force that captivates the nerve endings.

One would expect with such a massively successful first album based on years of writing, that the sophomore album cannot be expected to equal. Well that is not the case. I expected not to like "All the Lost Souls" with the same intensity, but there is absolutely nothing to dislike. Yes, the gripping urgency of the voice has perhaps been tamed just a little, but the tonal sensitivity of each of these interpretations grows on me with every listening. Of course there are favourites such as "I Really Want You", but after several listenings I have yet to skip any song just to get to the next. That speaks volumes about the quality of the art and the strength of the lyrics. The album is rock solid.

With "All the Lost Souls", Blunt has managed to move on from the cataclysmic nova of "Back to Bedlam" as a sensitive and lyrical artist of immense talent.

A fine album in its own right, my guess is that "All the Lost Souls" will be blessed with a potent and entirely deserved staying power. James Blunt is most definitely no one-hit wonder.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By never too old to rock and roll on September 21, 2007
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James Blunt was recently asked which artists material he enjoyed listening to and quickly responded he very much enjoyed the Killers although he frankly admitted he had not yet had an opportunity to pickup or listen to their sophomore effort Sam's Town. I'd like to point out to Mr. Blunt that when he does get around to it, as is the case with another band with an incredible debut effort, Maroon 5, he is likely to be somewhat disappointed by their follow-up efforts. Such is not the case with Mr. Blunt. Having just completed three successive listens, I believe Blunt has outdone his absolutely brilliant debut effort. He has assembled a talented tight band that shines throughout the album with nary a weak moment. I imagine his multitalented bass player, Malcolm Moore, who like Blunt possesses a remarkable voice, must be in heaven playing the heavy bass led song 1973, the first of many singles to come off this rich and inspired album. I eagerly anticipate hearing this new material live at his show next week here in Los Angeles and can only imagine what wonderful James Blunt songs the future holds for music lovers the world over. Bravo and thank you very much Mr. Blunt!
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James Blunt has brings music back to where it belongs.
i agree with you,,, james blunt makes music feel alive again instead of all the screaming no story songs out now.. dont understand why so many hate on him though,,
Aug 21, 2007 by music fan |  See all 7 posts
"1973": a reference to Poco, maybe?
Finally...someone else thinks the same thing as I've been thinking!
Jun 25, 2008 by John Daly |  See all 2 posts
MVI with Bonus CD Release
The MVI with bonus disc does indeed come with a "normal" CD. Also, if you are a James Blunt collector, please note there is also a version with 2 bonus tracks. Type B000W72IPQ into the Amazon search field. Also note the one with bonus songs does not have any MVI material. ... Read More
Sep 19, 2007 by DaddyO |  See all 2 posts
MVI with bonus audio CD
This is the MVI which comes with a bonus CD. You can also get all of the tracks digitally from the MVI disc
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I agree--excellent song and counting the days to the release. However, the video shown at the "world premier" is not the final video for this song. There is another one in the works. I did like the video, which noted many important historical events. It's my guess that these events will... Read More
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