- Audio CD (Sept. 9 2003)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: Warner Bros.
- ASIN: B0000AA489
- Other Editions: Audio CD | DVD Audio
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (183 customer reviews)
|1. Let Me Roll|
|2. Get It Together|
|3. Love's Divine|
|4. Waiting For You|
|5. My Vision|
|6. Don't Make Me Wait|
|8. Where There's Gold|
|9. Loneliest Star|
|10. Heavenly...(Good Feeling)|
|11. Tinsel Town|
I am not a big fan of "Get it Together" (the first single), but "Waiting For You" and "My Vision" are, in my opinion, incredibly good and very danceable (I can't wait for the remixes).
I am very happy with my purchase.
From the opening notes of piano and Seal's voice on "Get It Together" it is easy to hear this album is worthwhile. Starting with the upbeat dance feel tune of vocal gymnastics, Seal rushes back to the scene. "My Vision" is classic Seal letting his voice carry the beginning of the tune, as the accompaniment is barely noticeable before they jump in with force. The music experiments with different levels of intensity all held together by Seal's voice. He gets back into more R&B sounds with "Let Me Roll." His slow stuff is good too, but how could it not be with a voice like his. "Don't Make Me Wait" is soft yet powerful, and "Love's Divine" follows suit.
Let's face it, we buy Seal albums for his voice. His is one of the best in the business, and even if he played the same music over and over and only changed how he sang, we'd buy it too. The music is the canvas on which he uses his voice to paint vivid pictures of soul and feeling. If you're a Seal fan, this album is definitely worth it.