BURN THIS / August 2010

  1. Sara Bareilles "King Of Anything"
  2. Stacy Clark "Touch & Go"
  3. Elizabeth & The Catapult "Raniest Day Of Summer"
  4. Matt Costa "The Season"
  5. Guster "Bad, Bad World"
  6. Chris Trapper "Family Tree"
  7. Chad Perrone "Motionless"
  8. Todd Carey "The First Day"
  9. Tony Lucca "Long Love Letter"
  10. Jonathan Clay "Close To Me"
  11. Ernie Halter "Gone"
  12. George Stanford "Roll Away"
  13. Chris Shiflett & The Dead Peasants "Get Along"
  14. Grace Potter & The Nocturnals "Tiny Light"
  15. Pete Francis "Good Man"
  16. John Butler Trio "C'mon Now"
  17. The Cat Empire "On My Way"
  18. Hayley Sales "One Day At A Time"
  19. Caleb Hawley "Real Vacation"
  20. Chase McBride "Soul"

CD REVIEW: Jason Mraz "Beautiful Mess - Live On Earth"

Jason Mraz's Beautiful Mess - Live On Earth (CD/DVD)
Jason Mraz has been having an awesome string of success since the release of his last studio album. He has reinvented himself and really developed a sound that is truly and uniquely his own. What made him great in the beginning and what makes him great now is all summed up on his latest CD/DVD release which features him perfoming his incredible music live. Many of his hit songs are included on the album such as "I'm Yours" and "The Remedy" which takes on a new life as Mraz breathes some reggae vibes into the arrangement. Colbie Caillat joins Jason live on stage to perform their hit duet "Lucky" and his horn section gets to go it alone and showcase their skills on "Copchase." The album is speckled with unreleased music and has many of the songs from his last studio album on it as well, but the true highlight of the disc comes when the band does a killer rention of Lionel Richie's "All Night Long," which sounds almost brand new and as if Mraz had written it himself. Overall, Jason Mraz & Co. have proven that their success does not only lie on the radio and in music videos, but their abilities and energy are second to none on stage.