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Eagerly awaited 2003 studio album, the first on their own new label simplyred.com. Mick's voice is better than ever on this 11 track album that he produced with longtime collaborator Gota Yashiki. Includes the songs 'Sunrise', 'Fake', 'You Make Me Feel Br
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I fell in love with "Fake" which is why I bought the CD when I returned to the U.S. and although the CD version is not the one that was featured on the video, it's still a great cut that has a 60's Motown feel to it. "Sunrise" immediately became my favorite track on the CD. As mentioned by others, the sampling of Hall and Oates' "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" really works here, definitely dances up the song. "Home" is also another standout and is reminiscent of Simply Red's earlier U.S. hits. The cover of "You Make Me Feel Brand New" is good, but if a Stylistics' tune had to be covered, I think "You Are Everything" would have suited Mick's voice a little better. "Lost Weekend" has a jazzy, Sunday-brunch feel to it, Mick's voice complements the music really well.
Overall an impressive work by Simply Red. Glad to know they're still around.
enthralled by this latest album from Simply Red.
Mick and the "band" have combined their unique talents once
again and put together an album that crosses R&B, pop, jazz,
and funk genres - into territory that belongs solely to
"Home," "Fake," and "Sunrise" start off this album superbly.
As I write this review, I am listening to the silky smooth
"Sunrise," my favorite track on the CD. Without giving away too
much, I didn't think anyone could improve classic Hall & Oates...
but Mick and company definitely have!
This CD will be a hidden gem for U.S. purchasers, who will
probably not hear much from "Home" on the air.
A worthy purchase!