James Morrison - Higher Than Here (2015)Format: FLAC (image + .cue)
    Quality: lossless
    Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz / 16 Bit
    Source: CD
    Artist: James Morrison
    Title: Higher Than Here
    Label, Catalog: Island Records (4756933)
    Genre: Rock, Pop
    Release Date: 2015-10-30
    Scans: included
    Size .zip: ~ 309 mb

    James Morrison - Higher Than Here (2015)
    01. Demons [03:18]
    02. Stay Like This [03:39]
    03. Heaven To A Fool [04:16]
    04. Right Here [03:51]
    05. Reach Out [03:14]
    06. We Can [03:43]
    07. Too Late For Lullabies [04:16]
    08. Something Right [03:49]
    09. Easy Love [03:36]
    10. I Need You Tonight [05:02]
    11. Just Like A Child [03:17]
    12. Higher Than Here [03:05]

    James Morrison - Higher Than Here (2015)James Morrison’s fourth album begins with the sort of spectral vocal sample you’d expect to hear on a Croydon grime album, rather than one by an unassuming composite singer-songwriter from Warwickshire.
    “I got demons” wails the voice, before the 2007 Brit Award-winner attempts a confession of St Augustine proportions: “I close my eyes and talk to God / Pray that you can save my soul.”
    It may be the sound of someone desperately trying to stay positive in the post-Ed Sheeran era, but actually, desperate positivity is a good sound for him. Higher Than Here is almost Nashvillean in its godly striving, as reflects an epiphany that Morrison had after three deaths in his family.
    Just Like a Child and Too Late for Lullabies show he’s nailed a particular kind of minor-major harmonic shift and when he sings “For the first time in my life / I know I did something right” on the gospel-tinged Something Right, you’re happy for him.
    You’d almost believe him too – if he didn’t always settle for mushily generic sentiment. Saltier truths would have opened the way to true transcendence.

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