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listen  1. IntroJames Moss0:09$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  2. I Wanna BeJames Moss 3:41$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  3. Don't Pray & WorryJames Moss 3:55$0.99  Buy MP3 
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listen  5. You Brought MeJames Moss 4:30$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  6. Livin' 4James Moss 4:20$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  7. Unto TheeJames Moss 3:41$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  8. Don't LetJames Moss 4:05$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  9. The More I ThinkJames Moss 4:25$0.99  Buy MP3 
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listen11. Give You MoreJames Moss 4:15$0.99  Buy MP3 
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“Bein’ bad ain’t a place for a winner / Nothin’ good ever comes to a quitter /
I’ma be the one still movin’ / You gon’ be the one boo-hooin’ / I hope you’re not wishin’ nothin’ bad on me / ‘Cuz you’re messin’ with Anointed Pedigree!”
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 12, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Gospocentric
  • ASIN: B0002IQH8E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,517 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

As a third of one of urban contemporary's hottest production companies, the three-man team known as PAJAM, J Moss has been the co-writer and/or producer behind some of the biggest artists in both Gospel and mainstream music for the better part of the last decade, including Karen Clark-Sheard, Hezekiah Walker, N'Sync, Vanessa Williams, Trin-i-tee 5:7, Dru Hill and Boyz II Men. But unknown to many, J Moss, the "man behind the mixing board," is an equally gifted singer and performer, who for most of his life has prayerfully and carefully sought and waited for his time to step from behind-the scenes to the forefront. With the arrival of his new self-titled CD, that moment has clearly come, and one listen makes it abundantly clear it was well worth the wait.

Customer Reviews

Kudos, J Moss, Kudos!
R. Blanton
The presence of the Holy Spirit will fill you as you hear the worship and praise on this CD.
Fatimaah S. Carmichael
I never listen to just samples and then go out and buy an album.
Nadege Marcellus

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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Peace Brotha on October 16, 2004
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The other reviews are not just hype. This set is really that good, through and through.

I remember the first time I heard James Moss sing on a track from Greater Emmanuel Mass Choir's 1994 album, The Sun Will Shine Again. The song was "He's Coming Back Real Soon" and I was truly amazed at this brotha's golden voice. That song remains one of my favorites to this day.

As the years passed, I saw his name come up on more and more projects as a songwriter, producer and musician...not only for his relatives the Clark Sisters, but for countless others. It was evident that he's got seriously anointed talent. With each piece of music I would see his name on, I wondered when Brother James was going to drop his OWN project.

Well, James Moss' time has now come and each and every song is Stellar Award and Grammy material. The songs are modern and fresh in every way while getting The Message across in an accessible way that is NOT watered down.

You owe it to yourself to make The J Moss Project a part of your collection.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Andrae Williams on November 19, 2004
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J. Moss, J. Moss, J. Moss. Man, what an album. You know, when I first heard that he was coming out with an album, I thought at first it was going to be a mainly hip-hopish, upbeat, urban (ugh! I hate that word) album, with over-used bible cliches, and alot of computerized beats, devoid of any live instruments. I guess I felt that way because he would usually be rapping on an album which he was making a guest appearance on. I feel like such a fool now, lol. That saying that says to "never judge a book by it's cover" is so right.

This album just goes to show aspiring gospel artists that you really don't need to put the label "urban" (ugh!) on your album for it to sound off the hook. This album is mainly traditional. Not Shirley Caesar traditional, or Edwin Hawkins traditional, but it's what I call Neo-Traditional. It has the traditional K-Ci & JoJo-like gospelly sound, and the traditional gospel, bible-based lyrics, but with a twinge of contemporary flavour. In a world where almost every new gospel artist tries so hard to imitate the world, J. Moss chose to go against the grain, stay true to his roots and at the same time not sound out-dated. He get's serious props from me for that.

And here's a rarity these days in music. There is not ONE skipper on this album. Skippers are those songs on LP's that we always seem to skip over for some reason or another. On this album, there is NONE. Unless your name is Tonex, Israel Houghton, Tommy Sims, or Lisa McClendon, that never happens with me. However, from the first song I was hooked. Maybe that's because I had NO CLUE that this brotha could sing his britches off! Then again, if you are a cousin of the Clark Sisters, it's probably family protocol for you to be an outstanding vocalist.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. Blanton on October 30, 2004
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First of all J Moss has been teasing me for a couple of years now doing background vocals, where you couldn't pick him from the other artist or computerized vocals, and then I hear him rap repeatedly on different songs and I'm thinking okay, he must just be decent vocally. BOY WAS I FOOLED!!! The J Moss Project is amazing from I Wanna Be, to We Must Praise, to Don't Let, and and the rest and just when you think the album is done, the bonus track blows you away and leaves you with a tear in your eyes. Kudos, J Moss, Kudos!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sheldon Taffe on October 15, 2004
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UNBELIEVABLE.....Once in a while a body of music comes along that redefines a genre and reminds us that gospel music must never be approached with mediocrity. This album displays the broad spectrum of James Moss' dexterity as a premier VOCALIST, WRITER, PRODUCER, and MUSICIAN. It is an understatement to say that EVERY SINGLE TRACK IS A GEM. From street jam to thought provoking ballad, J Moss mines deep with a litter of unexpected chord changes and powerful messages while singing the lead and background vocals on every song; AMAZING. No track leaves you hanging or empty, there is NO FLUFF and additionally Moss succeeds in treading the fine line between musical complexity and beauty. `We Must Praise' features soaring vocals as it hails the majesty of God, `Unto Thee' with its focused message pleases with its "Take 6-esque" treasures, and the sparse jam "Psalm 150" reminds us that PAJAM has not lost its ability to make your head nod. This album will be appreciated by the musician listening for something new as well as the casual listener desiring to hear an earnest Christian reveal his passion for God. Amidst all the careful artistic detail, Moss is crystal clear about the importance of serving Christ and living a sanctified life. I agree, this album IS a CLASSIC. I Challenge anyone to give this album less than a five-star rating; and I dare song writers out there to haphazardly slap together a hook and lyrics and think that they've done something special...Excellence Folks, Excellence
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Aaron on April 4, 2005
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I personally don't understand the fuss over J. Moss. There are really only a few songs on this CD I think stand out.

I've never really been fond of PAJAM production as SOMETIMES it just sounds too dependant on a computer. Don't get me wrong I love drum machines and samplin and all that but PAJAM dont always cut it for me.

I also dont understand the comparisons people are makin with him and Tonex. Tonex has his own style and class. J. Moss has an impressive vocal range and cool vocal acrobatic ability but I can't take it for long spells of time. He also has this annoying habit of breathing and grunting into the mic. Hello??

Last complaint is that sometimes he tries to be more complex than necessary. I'm up for modulations and big chords cos hey i'm a musician too but aint no need to just puttin any chord with any chord. It makes the song lose structure especially some of the slower worship cuts on the album.

However like I said some songs stand out. I wanna be and Livin' 4 are the ones that come to mind right now.

So go cop this too but I honestly don't feel you'd miss too much if you didn't hear it.
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