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Eliot Morris - What's Mine Is Yours Review

by Sherrill Fulghum

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This southern boy has crafted a musical sound that reaches far beyond the borders of southern America. Eliot Morris was born and raised in Alabama - he makes his home in Birmingham - and while some of his music is distinctly country, his songs surpass the "redneck" mentality often associated with the south.

Armed with a Finance degree from Auburn University, Eliot went out into the world to make his way; but he has since traded in his calculator for a guitar; which he did not begin playing until he was a teen. Despite his relative inexperience on the instrument, Eliot has created an album of eleven original songs that range from simple country tunes to pop country to southern rock that far exceeds what might be expected. Morris' songs feature his guitar but are also heavy with piano music that is not usually heard in country music. On his debut album with Universal "What's Mine Is Yours" Eliot Morris displays his incredible voice and songwriting abilities. The beautifully crafted melodies will take you on a musical high that leaves you craving for more.

"What's Mine Is Yours" by Eliot Morris is a country album that deserves a listen by all music fans and airplay on mainstream stations.


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