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Amos Lee

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Folk, Pop, and R&B album by Amos Lee

Though Amos Lee's music is frequently described as a fusion of folk and soul, such an equation fails to reflect the singular artistry of this impressive debut. Like labelmateNorah Jones(who guests on two cuts), the Philadelphia singer-songwriter recognizes … see full wiki

Tags: Music, Pop, R&b, Folk
1 review about Amos Lee

This album you will enjoy very much.

  • May 22, 2006
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I am quite taken with this new voice, Amos Lee. He speaks to me about life and the troubles of life. But he also sings of romance and family love that keep us all going and wishing for our childhood again.

My favorite track is "Arms of a Woman," it is a beautiful love song about what it feels like to be in love with a woman. This feeling stays with you long after she is gone. I can listen to this track over and over because it is pretty. "Keep it Loose, Keep it Tight" is a song about trying to stay true to yourself while searching for what makes you happy. "Black River" is a great song that makes you forget all your problems. This song really puts your mind at ease.

Some of these tracks sound like something you would hear during a jam session just playing and having fun especially the song "Give it Up." This song has a lively beat that will get your feet tapping. "All My Friends" is the best friendship song I've heard in years. It is a song about the influence friends can have on you. "Bottom of The Barrel" is a song that reminds us that we can overcome any hardship in life and rise. It is a very optimistic song about never giving up. I enjoyed this album very much.

This album is to savor and listen to over and over again to pick up every nuance of the lyrics and the voice. Highly recommended.

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Amos Lee
Label: Blue Note Records
Artist: Amos Lee
Genre: Pop, Folk, R&B
Release Date: March 1, 2005
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