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Wearing Someone Else's Clothes

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Download links and information about Wearing Someone Else's Clothes by Jason Robert Brown. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Gospel, Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 57:37 minutes.

Artist: Jason Robert Brown
Release date: 2005
Genre: Gospel, Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 11
Duration: 57:37
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Someone Else's Clothes 5:29
2. Long Long Road 5:30
3. Someone to Fall Back On 4:42
4. Getting Out 4:53
5. Over 6:07
6. Music of Heaven 5:51
7. Nothing In Common 4:46
8. I Could Be In Love With Someone Like You 3:44
9. I'm In Bizness 7:28
10. Coming Together 6:45
11. Grow Old With Me 2:22

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Jason Robert Brown begins Wearing Someone Else's Clothes with ironic distance on the title cut. The song's narrator has turned his life upside down, thanks to a new love interest, and though he barely recognizes himself, he likes the change. "Wearing Someone Else's Clothes" is accompanied by a soulful, urban sound, highlighted by Brown's smooth vocals, keyboards, and lots of powerful background singing. The only real downside of the song is that — at five minutes and 31 seconds — it overstays its welcome by at least a minute and a half. Interestingly, Brown follows this ironic love confessional with an older song, "Long Long Road," about a lover packing her bags and leaving. Once again, Brown packages his song with a nice urban groove, but the song — once again — also sticks around way too long. One nice thing about the lyrics of these songs is that they reveal a knack for tackling a familiar subject from a different angle ("Wearing Someone Else's Clothes" and "Getting Out"). It would be a mistake, however, to see Brown as a singer/songwriter in the traditional sense. His approach to his self-penned songs reveals conviction, but the conviction is wrapped inside a theatrical flair. Wearing Someone Else's Clothes will appeal to theatergoers and anyone who appreciates a good song solidly delivered. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr., Rovi