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Win JAMES MORRSION's New CD!

A testimony to the strength of the songs on James Morrison’s debut album Undiscovered is that it yielded no fewer than five singles – You Give Me Something, Wonderful World, The Pieces Don’t Fit Anymore, Undiscovered and One Last Chance. The songs were simple yet beautifully written, each giving James’s raw, bluesy voice a platform to work its powerful magic. There was no bullshit, no clichés, no schmaltz. And a lot of people liked that.

Undiscovered went to No 1 in Britain, Top 20 in America and won him the 2007 Brit Award for Best Male (he was also nominated for Best Single and Best Newcomer). James’s debut sold over two million copies worldwide and he became the biggest selling British male solo artist of 2006. He was just 21 – but had already accumulated enough life experience to give his candid folk-soul songs genuine emotional content.

By many people’s standards he’d had a tough, itinerant childhood, a broken family and endless house moves – although he’d be the first to shrug and say it was no big deal. But he’d also admit that most of the emotion in his singing has come from his upbringing.

“I’ve called the album Songs for You, Truths for Me because that’s what I feel it is. It’s songs for Gill and everyone else. But for me they’re truths. They’re how I feel. I’ve got a song called Love is Hard. In fact, there are three songs with ‘love’ in the title – and I never thought I’d do that, but that’s the way it went. Love is Hard is about when you’re deep in it and it hurts a lot of the time. You’re fighting, or not always agreeing, you might be away from each other and you’ve still got to be strong."

So, if you would like to win one of these new CDs then just answer this easy question: 'Songs for You, Truths For Me' sees Morrison again hooking up with co-writers Martin Brammer, Steve Robson and ... which other person?!

Send us your answer and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these new CDs! Just send us an e:mail here before December 1st with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: JAMES MORRISON CDs to: exclusivemagazine@flash.net

CD Purchase Link

“Nothing Ever Hurt Like You” Audio Stream

www.interscope.com/jamesmorrison

www.myspace.com/jamesmorrisonmusic





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