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LP1

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As a world-renowned soul singer who Smokey Robinson calls "Aretha Joplin," Joss has sold over 11 million records globally. She has also a Grammy winner, five-time Grammy nominee, and the recipient of two Brit Awards.



Stone has established her own label, Stone d Records, hence the title of the first album to come out on the label, LP1. It is the first album Joss has recorded with total creative freedom. She co-wrote and co-produced it with super-producer and Eurythmics co-founder, Dave Stewart. Together they immersed themselves into a rock n; soul musical odyssey in Nashville, Tennessee.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Newborn
  2. Karma
  3. Don t Start Lying To Me Now
  4. Last One To Know
  5. Drive All Night
  6. Cry Myself to Sleep
  7. Somehow
  8. Landlord
  9. Boat Yard
  10. Take Good Care


Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 26, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Stone'd Records / Surfdog
  • ASIN: B0052FPPUI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,477 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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BUY LP 1 BY JOSS STONE IF...

1. You're already a fan and you've been hoping for an album that will be better than the last two albums.

2. You've recently discovered Joss Stone and don't mind starting with her present work and working back to her more well known stuff.

3. You've got soul, a nose ring, and a bit of an attitude (or you've got soul and attitude and are still working up to that nose ring).

4. You recently went through a breakup or are in the middle of a breakup and need a soul sister to sing you through it. Extra points for a breakup with someone who is a liar.

5. You recently reconciled with someone or discovered a new love - preferably someone you might drive all night for or someone with whom you might want to have a picnic.

6. Phrases like "Karma's your master and you're the b _ tch," or "I'm a girl that don't give a sh _ t," or "...getting all messed up by f _ _ _ing fireside" don't bother you - you're not offended at all, rather you're all like "hell yeah, tell it like it is sister!"

7. You're cool with an album ratio of approximately eight good songs to four so-so songs.

8. You don't mind an album that is front loaded with all the best songs, then slows down in the last third, but...the slow last third of the album includes a melodic little duet about having a picnic.

9. You don't feel too let down when the best song on the album is also the first song on the album.

10. Sexy, funky, soulful songs sung by rich-throated, growly, blonde British tarts get your mojo working.
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"LP1" is the fifth studio album Joss Stone has recorded and is one of her best. The blues-rock influences with subtle country undertones suit her voice perfectly. Her ability to sound sultry one minute and smokey the next is her signature. The production on LP1 is fresh and crisp, and the music is awesome. "Newborn" is the album's first track, and it shows Stone's growth not only as a singer but also as a songwriter. She showcases her angelic voice mixed with a touch of rasp and the result is amazing. "Karma" has a funk-like feel to it and her voice is as soulful as ever. This song has a hint of R&B to it with electronic keyboards, an incredible bass line, and a cool drum pattern. "Don't Start Lying To Me Now" has a definite swagger and a honky-tonk blues feel. "Last One to Know" is Stone's take on a rock-based anthem and is about a scorned lover who can't picture falling in love again. "Drive All Night" is a ballad, and the soul in Stone's voice is amazing. She is one of the few vocalists out there that can make the listener feel what's inside them just by hearing her voice. "Take Good Care" is nothing more then Stone's voice and Dave Stewart's acoustic guitar. While it's a simple arrangement, the results are powerful. It's just another example of Stone's ability to be a kitty cat one minute and a tiger the next. I know there will be some people who want to hear an album similar to her 2003 debut "The Soul Sessions," and those people will be disappointed. That said, LP1 is a terrific album with some killer songs. Highly recommended!
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Proving she only gets better with age, Joss Stone's latest album goes down like the smoothest whiskey; which I'm sure she delights in herself (those closing vocals on `Karma' alone are `whisky-sour'). With a rasp that breaks the surface of her outpourings and range that puts other musical starlets to shame, Stone is the master of her own destiny (in more ways than one, not that she owns her own label) and her destiny has never looked so bright.

`LP1' is phenomenal.

Stripping away any ounce of pop, R&B, hip-hop and even jazz, Joss Stone takes a very different yet ultimately more successful and more logical choice on `LP1', her fifth studio effort. Like a modern-day Janis Joplin, Stone pours her soul into classic rock ballads and up-tempo rock standards that never betray her signature aesthetic. From the opening track (an earnest and tender ballad) to the closing one (a lush Sheryl Crow type track that thrives off dusty spunk), `LP1' is simply stunning. I've always been endeared to Joss and her amazing vocals, and I've even enjoyed her venture into a more commercial and accessible contribution of her talent, but this is certainly where I always dreamed she would wind up. With slivers of honky-tonk and the right amount of edge etched into every strum of the acoustic guitar, Joss finds her true soul on this album. With sharp lyrics that aren't limited to the ridiculous barrage of `sex' that pollutes mainstream music today, Stone carves out an album for the ages; one that is certainly the best this decade has offered us so far.

Easily.
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If your expecting a follow up to what Joss had been doing, then you probably misunderstood "Colour Me Free!". The point of this album (LP1) was to break free from EMI and do her own thing, as specified on "Colour me Free". And she did.

LP1 is a mixture of blues, a little bit of country, and soul, as poured by the voice of Joss. People is used to say it's not her best, but we have to see this album as a newborn artist, and it is pretty good.

Check "Karma", "Newborn" and "Somehow".
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