Songs for You, Truths for Me [Deluxe Edition]

Songs for You, Truths for Me [Deluxe Edition]

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by James Morrison
     
 

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Product Details

Release Date:
12/08/2009
Label:
Universal Int'l
UPC:
0602527259161
catalogNumber:
2725916
Rank:
32313

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

James Morrison   Primary Artist,Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals
Alexander Abreu   Trumpet
David Angell   Violin
John Catchings   Cello
David Davidson   Violin
Charles Judge   Keyboards
London Session Orchestra   Strings
Steve Robson   Bass,Percussion,Piano,Drums,Glockenspiel,Keyboards,Melodica
Andy Ross   Tenor Saxophone
John Thirkell   Trumpet
Kristin Wilkinson   Viola
Dan Wilson   Bass,Piano,Background Vocals
Julia Waters   Background Vocals
Bruce White   Viola
Alex Smith   Bass,Guitar,Percussion,Keyboards
Amaury Perez   Trombone
David Daniels [cello]   Cello
John Shanks   Bass,Guitar,Keyboards
Emma Kummrow   Violin
Igor Szwec   Violin
Gregory Teperman   Violin
Monisa Angell   Viola
Everton Nelson   Leader
Adam Phillips   Guitar
London Studio Orchestra   Strings
Ruth Frazier   Viola
Emlyn Singleton   Violin
Martin Terefe   Bass,Guitar,Wurlitzer
Nelly Furtado   Vocals
Eg White   Guitar,Drums,Keyboards,Background Vocals,Moog Bass
Dominic Glover   Trumpet
Mark Taylor   Percussion,Keyboards
Eddie Fisher   Drums
Paul Barry   Bass,Wurlitzer
Jeremy McCoy   Bass
Jeff Rothschild   Drums
Seton Daunt   Guitar
Arnulf Lindner   Bass,Cello
Jennie Lorenzo   Cello
Ryan Tedder   Piano,fender rhodes
Ghislaine Fleischmann   Violin
Mat Colman   Trombone
Karl Brazil   Drums
José Luís "Chewy" Hernández   Saxophone
Perry Montague-Mason   Violin
Kristoffer Sonne   Drums
Luigi Mazzocchi   Violin
Ayak Thiik   Background Vocals
Nikolaj Torp   Piano,Keyboards,Hammond Organ
Ash Soan   Drums
Rita Ora   Background Vocals
Paul Beard   Hammond Organ
Maxine Waters   Background Vocals
Love Sponge Strings   Strings
Luke Potashnik   Guitar
Gregory Riley   Tenor Saxophone
Donovan Blackwood   Background Vocals
Neil Sidwell   Trombone
H.S. Alexandra Leem   Viola
Chris Farr   Tenor Saxophone
Matt Gallagher   Trumpet
Charles Parker   Violin
Patrick Mascall   Guitar
Mike Jarosz   Trumpet
Richard Cardwell   Keyboards,Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Siedah Garrett   Composer
Glen Ballard   Composer
Chris Braide   Composer
Martin Brammer   Composer
David Davidson   String Arrangements
Steve Robson   Composer,Producer
Ren Swan   Engineer
Dan Wilson   Composer
Alex Smith   Engineer
Lars Fox   Pro-Tools
John Shanks   Composer,Producer
Ash Howes   Additional Production
Joaquin Betancourt   Horn Arrangements
Neil Tucker   Engineer
Richard Flack   Engineer
Martin Terefe   Composer,Producer
Fraser T. Smith   Composer
Wayne Hector   Composer
Eg White   Composer,Producer
Mark Taylor   Composer,Programming,Producer,Engineer,String Arrangements
Nina Woodford   Composer
Paul Barry   Composer
Jonathan Shakhovskoy   Engineer
Jeff Rothschild   Engineer
Mark Bishop   Engineer
Simon Changer   Engineer
Cliff Masterson   String Arrangements
Dyre Gormsen   Engineer
Rob Haggett   Pro-Tools
Ryan Tedder   Composer,Producer,Engineer
James Morrison   Composer
Chris Elliot   String Arrangements
Iain Hill   Engineer
Francis White   Composer
Larry S. Gold   String Arrangements
Baeho "Bobby" Shin   Engineer
Joao Nazario   Engineer
Jose-Raul Varonay   Engineer

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Songs for You, Truths for Me 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
torreycat More than 1 year ago
I saw James Morrison on Jay Leno a few months ago and started searching for his music...it has been in my CD player ever since I found it. He has an incredible, distinctive voice--musically and emotionally.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just had a gift of listening to his CD.  His music makes you move and he brings you in with his lyrics and voice .He has a clarity and grit to his voice of a young Rod Stewart.  Loved It!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
because James Morrison is absolutely amazing. He's got an amazing voice and a new mo-townish sound. A wonderful all around artist!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love James Morrison's voice. That is what first attracted me to his music. It's got that great slightly gravely quality. I first became acquainted with him by checking a library cd-not having ever heard of him before. I absolutely loved it-so much that I downloaded it from Itunes. When a niece of mine's birthday came up I decided to give her a newer cd of his. I got a chance to listen to it and noticed right away that this cd doesn't have the variety of sounds that the other cd has. It kind of all sounds the same but I want to make it clear that I still like it. I just love the other one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
James Morrison has an amazing voice! There is a great variety of songs, loved the collaboration with Nelly Furtado.
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DarkLotusICP4life More than 1 year ago
terrible from the very begining to the very end!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Could this album be MORE devoid of passion, creativity, relevance, or a point to its very existence? This is music for people who don't like music.