All the Lost Soulsby James Blunt
James Blunt took the recording industry by storm with his debut disc, Back to Bedlam, and its inescapable single, "You're Beautiful." Now the Brit crooner -- who went from a nobody to a household name seemingly overnight -- tries to recapture the magic on a more sinewy set, All the Lost Souls, recorded with his touring outfit.
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Performance CreditsJames Blunt Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Piano,Vocals,12-string Guitar,Vibes,Pump Organ,fender rhodes
Suzie Katayama Strings
Ben Castle Electric Guitar,Vocals,12-string Guitar
Paul "Beardy" Beard Piano,Hammond Organ,Vocals,Wurlitzer,Hammond B3
Malcolm Moore Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Strings,Vocals,Hawaiian Guitar
Karl Brazil Drums,Vocals
Malcolm Moore Acoustic Guitar
Mister Nau Piano
Technical CreditsTom Rothrock Producer,Audio Production
Mark Batson Composer
Max Martin Composer
Steve McEwan Composer
Eg White Composer
Mike Tarantino Engineer
Todd Interland Management
Jimmy Hogarth Composer
James Blunt Composer
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I was so sure that I was going to hate this album and I was pleasantly surprised. Very catchy songs that only get better with repeated listening. Recommend you add this to your collection.
Rarely does an album deliver on the promise of an unparalleled listening experience from start to finish, but "All the Lost Souls" does just that, as did its predecessor, "Back to Bedlam." One of my favorite songs is "I Really Want You." There's this girl I have a crush on, and the words in this song further give rise to the feelings I have for her. A great song can have a profound effect on a person, and if one song can do that, then the ten on this album can very well change a person's life. What "I Really Want You" did for me (or, rather, to me), any, if not all of the songs on this album can do for you. Add insight to your music collection -- buy this album today!
It was freaking amazing, i just love him!