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I quite like it. It's... nice. If memory serves, I quite liked the last one too. Is the album any cop?
Nice is boring. I can take it, but I'd never choose to listen to it.
It's the highlight of the record, which shows just how dull it is.
Which is a shame, because I loved his debut, it had lots of heart. This is kinda flat.
It's my favourite of the year so far.
One of my fave gigs in years. Just him and his little bro, who decided to be all petulant 'cause he didn't wanna do his vox on "Gotta Keep Movin'". Ace. Lyrically great too.
I much prefer the album version, I have nothing against Tunstall but it's just not as good.
Saw him live about two weeks ago, such a fantastic show.
Cause sombody asked its called 'we can be strong'
Exactly she makes into some sort of karoke effort. Totally looses the harmony the album version has.
Took me longer to get into this album than 'where the humans eat' but now I love it, its worth sticking with.
just ruins it. Why is she there? Album version is far superior but it's a great track anyway.
Looking forward to seeing him tomorrow.
She is in there to get more people interested in Willy Mason. On his own to daytime radio he's that weird folk guy but now its like 'OOOh look! he's kt's mate and shes nice easy listening so let give it a go'
I want Willy Mason to do well I just wish kt tunstall didn't have to be a part of it.
You are in for a great show if Liverpool is anything to go by
but thought it was Evan Dando to begin with. Have the new album, but not listened to it yet. Really enjoyed 'Where the Humans eat'.
playing in a second hand record shop, shocked by how good it was when i found out who it was.
Eric Claptons MTV unplugged version of Layla.
It's exactly the same.