We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things Enhanced
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Jason Mraz returns with his 2008 album We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things through Atlantic Records. This is the San Diego-based troubadour's third studio release and his first set of all new material in nearly three years which was produced by Martin Terefe (KT Tunstall, Ron Sexsmith, James Morrison). The album see Mraz continuing to tread his own distinctive artistic parth, welding a variegated musical tapestry with passionate, personal lyricism. Among the highlights are collaborations with British tunesmith James Morrison, singer/songwriter Colbie Caillat. "I'm Yours,' the album's first single, ws chosen due to the undeniable fan response to the song.
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This is a great album filled with a mix of rhythms for any musical taste, and he had me hooked from first single "I'm Yours", a fun, reggae-based summer-ready track, with lyrics like:
"Well you done done me and you bet I felt it
I tried to be chill but you're so hot that I melted
I fell right through the cracks
and now I'm trying to get back
Before the cool done run out"
After that, try "Lucky" featuring Colbie Caillat, a breezy mid-tempo number that's extremely addictive. I have it on "repeat" as I type this. These two songs alone make the album worthwhile.
Also recommended are "Make it Mine" (jazzy with horns); "Butterfly" (funky, more horns); "Love for a Child" (soaring chorus, nice melody); "If it Kills me" and "A Beautiful Mess".
To quote from the ballad "Details in the Fabric" (with James Morrison):
"Hold your own
Know your name
And go your own way"
Let's hope Jason Mraz keeps on holding his own, and that we don't have to wait another three years for another album. Recommended to buy (not steal).
Rated: 4.5 stars
They're songs that are definately addicting, the kind you can listen to over and over again. The lyrics are poetic and thoughtful as always, and the price amazon has it out for is a huge bargain.
if you've never heard mraz's music, you don't know what you're missing out on. this album will have you hooked.