Album Description James Blunt - one of the most successful British artists this decade - is back with his first album in 3 years. Armed with an arsenal of impressive new songs, he returns on September 17th with the eagerly anticipated `All The Lost Souls'. A dynamic, immaculate, back-to-basics LP of addictive melodies and distinctive vocals, it f...(展开全部) Album Description James Blunt - one of the most successful British artists this decade - is back with his first album in 3 years. Armed with an arsenal of impressive new songs, he returns on September 17th with the eagerly anticipated `All The Lost Souls'. A dynamic, immaculate, back-to-basics LP of addictive melodies and distinctive vocals, it features 10 brand new tracks, including the rousing lead single `1973'. The new album follows the multi-platinum, international Number 1 debut `Back To Bedlam' - the best-selling LP of the millennium - and is once again produced by Tom Rothrock. Instantaneous and hook-laden, it boasts several road-tested favorites, including `1973', `Same Mistake' (which was performed before an audience of billions at Live Earth) and the dazzling `I Really Want You'. Other highlights include the deftly captivating `Annie' & the blazing `One of the Brightest Stars'. "For me, there was absolutely no pressure whatsoever," says James. "Having sold over 11 million albums, I know the likelihood of doing that again is really minimal. Instead of setting that as a target, I just recorded something that I'm happy with. It was a release, in a way. It's something that shows my growth and development as a songwriter and musician, shows development in my own life, and documents it in that way." Recorded and mixed in L.A with his acclaimed live band - keyboardist Paul Beard, guitarist Ben Castle, bassist Malcolm Moore, and drummer Karl Brazil - `All The Lost Souls' is inspired by the iconic sounds of the `70s. "Echoes of Fleetwood Mac and a touch of Steely Dan are all in there, and if I'm lucky, a bit of Bowie," he jokes, before cheekily adding, "and if I'm lying I might as well add Zeppelin as well." In the three years since Blunt released his debut LP, `Back to Bedlam', it has sold 11 million worldwide, going No. 1 in 18 countries and top 10 in 35. The best-selling artist of 2005, he was nominated for five Grammy Awards, landed the first No. 1 U.S. single (`You're Beautiful') by a British act since Elton John's `Candle in the Wind' and won two BRITs.
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1. 1973 2. One Of The Brightest Stars 3. I'll Take Everything 4. Same Mistake 5. Carry You Home 6. Give Me Some Love 7. I Really Want You 8. Shine On 9. Annie 10. I Can't Hear The Music
Artist: James Blunt Album: All the Lost Souls Title: Same Mistake Saw the world turning in my sheets and once again I cannot sleep. 看着床单里的世界我辗转难眠，再一次无法入睡。 Walk out the door and up the street; look at the stars beneath my feet. ...