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  • Summary: The first album of new material in more than 15 years in the US for the Welsh singer was produced by Future Cut.

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If He Should Ever Leave You
Your captivating eyes The clever way they smile stops him in his tracks And add your pretty face you keep him in his place He'd do anything you... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. A return to what Jones does best: Stax-inspired soul-rock showpieces, brassy ballads, and an emphasis on the massive voice itself, which hasn't dissipated a scintilla since 1964.
  2. He smartly revisits songs from Bruce Springsteen ('The Hitter') and, for those who miss the raw, hungry Jones, he delivers a roaring rendition of Tommy James & the Shondell's 'I'm Alive.'
  3. Jones roars out of the box with Tommy James & the Shondells' 'I'm Alive,' a sweat-soaked jumpsuit of a song thick with fierce maleness.
  4. Q Magazine
    This is an unusually sentimental record, co-written by the man himself, in which many songs bravely cast him as the old man he is. [Jan 2009, p.118]
  5. Mojo
    It's at once plush and anodyne, both insatiable and confined. [Dec 2008, p.100]
  6. Uncut
    This is a "Talk Of the Town" of the mind, and he is clearly in his elemnt. [Dec 2008, p.100
  7. They include brassy belters of the style that Mark Ronson has brought back into fashion, ugly stabs at funk and a cover of Bruce Springsteen's boxing classic, The Hitter, that is more Joe the Plumber than Joe Calzaghe. The ballads, however, offer richer pickings.

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