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Album: Wearing Someone Else's Clothes
# Song Title   Time
1)    Someone Else's Clothes
2)    Long Long Road
3)    Someone To Fall Back On
4)    Getting Out
5)    Over
6)    Music of Heaven
7)    Nothing in Common
8)    I Could Be In Love With Someone Like You
9)    I'm In Bizness [Live] - (live, live)
10)    Coming Together
11)    Grow Old With Me
 

Album: Wearing Someone Else's Clothes
# Song Title   Time
1)    Someone Else's Clothes
2)    Long Long Road
3)    Someone To Fall Back On
4)    Getting Out
5)    Over
6)    Music of Heaven
7)    Nothing in Common
8)    I Could Be In Love With Someone Like You
9)    I'm In Bizness [Live] - (live, live)
10)    Coming Together
11)    Grow Old With Me
 
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  • Personnel: Jason Robert Brown (vocals, piano, Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards); Jason Robert Brown; Lillias White (vocals); Christy Baron, Carolyn Saxon, NaTasha Yvette Williams (alto, background vocals); Donna Lynne Champlin, Janina Reiner, Georgia Stitt, Julia K. Murney, Alice Ripley (alto); Danny Gurwin (tenor, background vocals); Keith Byron Kirk, Clarke Thorell, Stephen Bogardus, Randy Redd (tenor); Ira Siegel (electric guitar); Laura Oatts, Christian Hebel (violin); Debra Shufelt (viola); Peter Sachon, Deborah Sepe (cello); Brian Miller (flute, piccolo); Chuck Wilson (flute, saxophone, alto saxophone); Brian Miller (piccolo); Sal Spicolla (clarinet, saxophone, tenor saxophone); Mark Thrasher (bass clarinet, bassoon, bass saxophone); Lynne Cohen (oboe, unknown instrument); Sal Spicola (tenor saxophone); Brian O'Flaherty, David Rogers , Dave Rogers, Brien O'Flaherty (trumpet); Eva Conte, Jeff Lang , Jeff Lang , Eva Conte (French horn); Mike Christianson, Michael Christenson (trombone); Kermit Driscoll (electric bass); Norberto Goldberg (drums, percussion); Norbert Goldberg, Tom Partington, Brian Dunne, Shannon Ford (drums); Dean Thomas, Dean Thomas (percussion); Rozz Morehead (background vocals); Howard Alden (guitar); Gary Sieger (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Mary L. Rowell, Todd Reynolds (violin, strings); Ashley Horne, Belinda Whitney (violin); Ralph Farris (viola, strings); Dorothy Lawson (cello, strings); Steve Williamson (clarinet); Dan Willis (oboe, saxophone, alto saxophone); Roger Rosenberg (bassoon, baritone saxophone); Roger Wendt, Leise Anschuetz (French horn); Keith O'Quinn (trombone); Ron Melrose (piano); Randy Landau (double bass, upright bass, electric bass, fretless bass).
  • Audio Mixers: Jeffrey Lesser ; Bradshaw Leigh.
  • Recording information: Clinton Recording Studios, New York, NY (10/22/1997-08/??/2004); Nola Recording Studio, New York, NY (10/22/1997-08/??/2004); Right Track Recording, New York, NY (10/22/1997-08/??/2004); Sound on Sound, New York, NY (10/22/1997-08/??/2004); The Great Hall At Cooper Union, New York, NY (10/22/1997-08/??/2004); Warehouse Recording, New York, NY (10/22/1997-08/??/2004).
  • Photographer: Kevin Fox .
  • Arrangers: Jason Robert Brown; Don Sebesky.
  • 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.
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