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Beautiful Soul
Jesse Mccartney
Beautiful Soul
Genres: Pop, Rock
  •  Track Listings (12) - Disc #1

European pressing features the 10 original tracks including the smash hits 'She's No You' and the title track plus the 2 bonus tracks 'Why Is Love So Hard To Find?' & 'The Stupid Things'. Disky. 2005.


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All Artists: Jesse Mccartney
Title: Beautiful Soul
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 10
Label: Hollywood Records
Release Date: 9/28/2004
Genres: Pop, Rock
Style: Teen Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 720616247025


Album Description
European pressing features the 10 original tracks including the smash hits 'She's No You' and the title track plus the 2 bonus tracks 'Why Is Love So Hard To Find?' & 'The Stupid Things'. Disky. 2005.

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Ann K. from ALACHUA, FL
Reviewed on 9/9/2010...
a very good cd my daughter really enjoys listening to it.
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Alexander S. from PEACHTREE CTY, GA
Reviewed on 2/24/2007...
Who wouldn't like Jesse?
Natalie D. from SAN MATEO, CA
Reviewed on 8/27/2006...
Great songs, very catchy.

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Fine album from a rising star--BRAVO, JESSE !!!
Matthew G. Sherwin | last seen screaming at Amazon customer service | 06/15/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Beautiful Soul is one heck of a wonderful album by Jesse McCartney. This kid's got more talent in his pinky finger than more artists have in their entire blood stream! The songs are really very good and this makes a fine introduction to the artistry of Jesse McCartney. The quality of the sound is awesome and the artwork is very well done, too.

"She's No You" is a great song with an edgy type of pop that I really like. Jesse sings this with a lot of feeling and that's wonderful! The melody is very well arrangement considering how complex it is; and "She's No You" makes a great starter song for this album. This is anything but elevator music! "Beautiful Soul" has to be one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard from today's young artists--ever. Jesse McCartney sings this with all his heart and soul and just one listen proves it. Indeed, Jesse delves deep into this song to make it really shine and he accomplishes this very nicely. Good work! The electric guitar work also fits in perfectly with the arrangement.

"Get Your Shine On" truly sounds as if it WAS influenced by Michael Jackson's writing a few lines; but make no mistake about it--this is Jesse's song and he performs it flawlessly. "Get Your Shine On" really is pleasing to the ear and it makes for a huge highlight on this album. Jesse's voice is clear and his uncanny sense of timing make songs like "Get Your Shine On" all the better. "Take Your Sweet Time" is a sensitive ballad that proves just how well Jesse can deliver a love song with panache; Jesse sings of how he loves his woman so much that he wait for her to come around and finally see that loving him is the right thing to do.

"Why Don't You Kiss Her?" is another rather tender ballad about a love affair and the fact that not everything always goes smoothly as people want them to go. Jesse sings "Why Don't You Kiss Her?" with all his heart and soul and his style makes this a fantastic tune. I really like "Why Don't You Kiss Her?" and I think you're going to like this song, too. "Come To Me" has a very pretty melody as Jesse sings of how he wants to have the joys of being loved by the one he already loves; and he sings with passionately. "Come To Me" is a very sweet song and it's another major highlight of this CD.

"What's Your Name?" returns to that type of edgy pop that Jesse handles just as well as he handles sensitive love songs; and "What's Your Name?" works very well. The music that accompanies Jesse as he sings fits in perfectly with the lyrics, too. "Why Is Love So Hard To Find?" has a mellow feeling to this pop ballad; and the backup singers harmonize well, too. The CD ends strong with Jesse McCartney performing "The Stupid Things." "The Stupid Things" has an excellent piano arrangement and Jesse sings this without a superfluous note--great!

Jesse McCartney is here to stay and there's just no doubt about it. This is a great album for his fans and it's also a fine introduction to his talents.