- Summary: The fifth full-length release for the singer-songwriter includes a cover of Boyz II Men's "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday."
- Record Label: Atlantic
- Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Contemporary Singer/Songwriter, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Alternative Singer/Songwriter
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Aug 1, 2014Cool, the voice is the highlight of the album, no one can deny how good a singer he is.
But I do not see as their best album, very differentCool, the voice is the highlight of the album, no one can deny how good a singer he is.
But I do not see as their best album, very different from that, some songs are lost as well ...
But the album overall context is very good, I recommend.… Expand
Oct 25, 2014A little sad... This album ends Jason's amazingly long streak of some of the best music in the world. Usually I love to listen to everyA little sad... This album ends Jason's amazingly long streak of some of the best music in the world. Usually I love to listen to every single song on his albums from beginning to end -- nothing but profoundly deep and enlightening magic. But I rarely listen to Yes!, and when I do, I find myself skipping through to the three creative and moving songs - "Hello, You Beautiful Thing", "3 Things", and "Back to the Earth" - on the album that represent the unique lyrical wisdom and general genius that is Jason Mraz. The other stuff isn't terrible, but not outstanding, which is what he always is on nearly every song of every album. He'll be back, though, I have no doubt. You don't just lose that kind of spirit.… Expand
Aug 21, 2014Coming from someone who likes all Jason's previous albums to differing extents, this one left me cold. With a few exceptions, it sounds likeComing from someone who likes all Jason's previous albums to differing extents, this one left me cold. With a few exceptions, it sounds like he's run out of ideas both musically & lyrically, resting on lovey-dovey cliches & lazy "white guy with acoustic guitar" melodies. Pick it up if you're a big fan & just wanna know what he's up to now & hopefully find a few tracks you like, but don't expect anything all that impressive.
(For a longer, more in-depth review, look up "Spin It Reviews" on YouTube.)… Expand
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