is the third studio album by Jason Mraz, released on May 12, 2008. The album peaked at number three in the Billboard 200, making it Mraz's highest-peaking album at the time
is the third studio album by Jason Mraz, released on May 12, 2008. The album peaked at number three in the Billboard 200, making it Mraz's highest-peaking album at the time. Mraz took the name of the album from a work by the artist David Shrigley. Progress of the recording of the album has been documented on the YouTube series "Crazy Man's Ju-ju" which contain clips from San Diego and London, where most of the album was made.
Performer: Jason Mraz Album: Love is a Four Letter Word Label: Atlantic.
2008) - download mp3 or listen online. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: We Sing.
Jason mraz, martin terefe. Cat: 0783 Released: 9 June, 2008 Genre: Pop. Formats: 320KB/S MP3. WAV.
Jason Mraz's Beautiful Mess-Live on Earth, captures Jason and his super band performing in the "Windy City . The EP was released on April 15th, 2008.
Jason Mraz's Beautiful Mess-Live on Earth, captures Jason and his super band performing in the "Windy City," with the Chicago skyline steady in the backdrop and sweet Lake Michigan just a few steps from the stage. This live CD from the Gratiude Cafe Tour at Charter One Pavilion on August 13, 2009 features many songs from Jason's latest album, We Sing. Jason Mraz-We Steal Things-(EP)-2008-MTD. We Steal Things LABEL.
Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Исполнитель: Jason Mraz. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве.
Jason Mraz – I m yours We sing. Jason Mraz – If it kills me (acoustic). raz – details in the fabric. Jason Mraz – Only Human We Sing. Jason Mraz – Make it Mine.
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Album................: We Sing We Dance We Steal Things
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1. Jason Mraz - The Dynamo Of Volition [03:36]
2. Jason Mraz - If It Kills Me [04:33]
3. Jason Mraz - A Beautiful Mess [05:37]
4. Jason Mraz - Make It Mine [03:08]
5. Jason Mraz - I'm Yours [04:02]
6. Jason Mraz - Lucky (feat. Colbie Caillat) [03:09]
7. Jason Mraz - Butterfly [05:00]
8. Jason Mraz - Live High [04:12]
9. Jason Mraz - Love For A Child [04:05]
10. Jason Mraz - Details In The Fabric (feat. James Morrison) [05:45]
11. Jason Mraz - Coyotes [03:38]
12. Jason Mraz - Only Human [04:02]
Playing Time.........: 50:53
Total Size...........: 299,95 MB
Maybe it’s the direct result of the critical and commercial indifference toward his sophomore album, 2005’s forgettable Mr. A-Z, but for his third album, We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things, Jason Mraz loses a good deal of the smugness that had, to this point, been his primary calling card. The result is, if not necessarily a great pop record, the singer-songwriter’s most tolerable album and one that, in its best moments, proves that getting over himself was exactly what Mraz needed to do in order to make better music.
His tendency for show-offy over-writing still rears its head (one might think that “The Dynamo of Volition” lays its cards on the table right there in the title, but then Mraz starts half-rapping through an interminable series of non sequitors and mixed metaphors like “half a politician holding the mic like ammunition,” and it quickly turns into one of his wordplaying nightmares), but fully half of the songs surprise because they don’t trip over a glut of 50-cent words. “Lucky,” a duet with the useless Colbie Caillat, is a nonstarter, and he isn’t convincing as a would-be lothario on “Coyotes” or “Butterfly” (not even Justin Timberlake or professional manwhore Adam Levine could get away with the supposed come-on, “You make my slacks a little tight/You may unfasten them if you like/That’s if you crash and spend the night”), but the mellower cuts like the standout “If It Kills Me” and reggae-tinged lead single “I’m Yours” work.
The former track and “Love for a Child,” which chronicles a divorce from a child’s point of view, both draw favorable comparisons to Elton John and Bernie Taupin’s classic pop in that they showcase Mraz’s elastic voice—and it’s worth noting that he’s a far better singer than his contemporaries, including John Mayer, Josh Kelley, and Jack Johnson—and his knack for writing a strong melody. While it’s all too scattershot (ranging from the Quincy Jones-style horn section on “Butterfly” to the acoustic guitar and brushed snare of closer “A Beautiful Mess”) to make for a great artistic leap forward, We Sing at least finds Mraz finally learning how to play to his strengths.