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What's Mine Is Yours
Eliot Morris
What's Mine Is Yours
Genres: Pop, Rock
 
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All Artists: Eliot Morris
Title: What's Mine Is Yours
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: Umvd Labels
Original Release Date: 1/1/2006
Re-Release Date: 8/15/2006
Genres: Pop, Rock
Style: Adult Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 602517034846

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Excellent..now how do we get him out to the masses?
M L Wright | Albany, NY | 08/16/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Incredible, well written album that has great musicianship and great lyrics. Its a credit to Eliot the great list of artists that played with him..Nickle Creek, Glen Phillips, Immy from Counting Crows, etc...shows the kind of status he built up amongst musicians while he waited for a major label record...I do have to say its sad that a major label debut like this is met with so little pub these days...i live in Albany, NY and i found 1 copy of the album...just 1 in a whole city!! so as great as reviews are....if you like the album spread the word so he can get some solid promotion and survive as a talented artist!! Dont let solid artists die just because they dont get the push that they deserve~~"
The Next Big Thing... finally gets a release
me | 08/18/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"He sounds GREAT, and that is because he uses his influences (The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Dylan, Paul Simon, Jackson Browne, etc.) and shares them in a way that is new, refreshing and organic. Hence, 'What's Mine is Yours' as a title and a first peek at what Eliot has in store for the future.

Whether you listen to Pearl Jam, Cash, Dave Matthews, Panic, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, "new (pop) rock, or one of his influences...

this much is certain-

You're gonna love this album."
Best album I've heard in a very long time...
Jeremy Deats | 06/18/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Eliot Morris's debut album is perfect. Outstanding songwriting, outstanding production, outstanding vocals... If you're a fan of James Blunt, John Mayer, Counting Crows, etc... you will probably love this album. There have been a lot of comparisons to Eliot's voice an Counting Crow's lead singer Adam Duritz. Being a fan of Counting Crows also I think that's worth commenting on.

I think it's amazing how much the two sound alike both vocally and lyrically and Duritz is one of the greatest songwriters of the decade, but I think it's unquestionable that the best of his work is melancholy. Adam Duritz has transcended songs like Mr. Jones and Colorblind, but it's always to the well structured, shallow pop-hit like American Girls or Accidentally In Love that is the result. Adam is one of my favorite songwriters, so I don't mean any disrespect to him or to the talent it takes to craft a pop-hit. However, when you listen to Eliot's song This Colorful World, you discover something that's very dynamic, that also has real weight to it. It's not melancholy, but it's also not a flavor of the moment pop song. Eliot seems to effortless transition between the pessimistic and optimistic perspectives in his work and it doesn't come across as contrived (even if it probably is). If you have an appreciation for singer-songwriters you MUST check this guy out.

It's very difficult to give anything five stars, because when you do that I think you're saying you really believe the product could not possibly be any better, well this is a five star album. The weight behind this album is incredible, it feels like a life time of songs, slowly crafted to perfection. I have no idea how Eliot will follow this album, but I don't think he has to.


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