BURN THIS / February 2010

  1. ALO "Man Of The World"
  2. Samantha Stollenwerck "Carefree"
  3. Lee Everton "A Little Light"
  4. Jason Castro "Love Uncompromised"
  5. Matt Hartke (featuring Angel Taylor) "This Way"
  6. Marie Moreshead "As The Romans Do"
  7. Greg Holden "The Chase"
  8. Matt Stansberry "You Could Have It All"
  9. Pete Kilpatrick Band "Feel It"
  10. Taylor Carson "Someone To Love"
  11. Matthew Mayfield "Better"
  12. Robert Francis "Nightfall"
  13. The Avett Brothers "Laundry Room"
  14. Dawes "Love Is All I Am"
  15. Peter Bradley Adams "For You"
  16. Trent Dabbs "Inside These Lines"
  17. Andrew Belle (featuring Katie Herzig) "Static Waves"
  18. Joey Ryan "Broken Headlights"
  19. Tyler James "All I Got"
  20. Guy Sebastian (featuring John Mayer) "Fail To Mention"

CD REVIEW: Guy Sebastian "Like It Like That"

When it comes to diverse singers, Guy Sebastian is certainly one that comes to mind. In the US, however, he's not that well known because his debut "Like It Like That" has not been released there yet. Actually, this latest album by Guy is not his debut, it's just his US-debut-to-be; he has many other albums already released in his home country of Australia. Guy, who was the first winner of Australian Idol (the down under version of the US megahit), teams up with David Ryan Harris, guitarist of John Mayer's band and soulful singer/songwriter, for a no-holds-barred assault on the music world. He covers everything from soul to pop to blues on this album. American Idol winner Jordin Sparks lends her vocals to a pop duet that is the only track on the album that seems to be incredibly out of place, but not a bad song at all. John Mayer lends some guitar and background vocals to two excellent songs "Fail To Mention" and "Never Be You." The title track and "All To Myself" really show off Guy's more upbeat soulfulness. He's destined to take the world by storm, but for now only a few tracks from the album can be downloaded in the US. He will, for sure, be huge in the states once the rest of this album can be consumed.