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Amos Lee - Shout out Loud Review

by Jordan Rodgers

Amos Lee has been called the "male Norah Jones," but this advance track from his forthcoming album Supply and Demand shows little support for this distinction. Jones' genius is in simple arrangements, and a husky, bluesy voice, but Lee shows neither of these in "Shout out Loud." It is evident that he is attempting a big production, with his jubilant chorus, multi-tracked vocals, and Decemberists-esque organ. It's just all too much, especially for a song as unremarkable as this. Lee would do much better to strip the production value back a bit, and concentrate on being a bit more immediate and sincere.

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Label:Blue Note Records (USA)

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