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Additional Information about Elliott Yamin by Elliott Yamin (CD, Mar-2007, Hickory Records)
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||Contemporary R&B, R&B
1. Movin' On
2. Wait for You
3. Find a Way
4. One Word
5. You Are the One
6. I'm the Man
7. Train Wreck
10. Take My Breath Away
11. A Song for You
||Derek Bramble, Mike Mangini, Josh Abraham, Espionage
Personnel: Tony Reyes (guitar, keyboards, background vocals); Espen Lind, John McCurry (guitar); Oliver Goldstein (acoustic guitar, piano, synthesizer, programming); Ely Rise (strings, keyboards, synthesizer); Michael Hunter (trumpet); Steve Baxter (trombone); Raymond Angry (piano); Adam Pallin, Derek Bramble (keyboards, programming); Amy Wood , Dave Borla, Josh Freese, Caesar Griffin (drums); Miguel Rivera (tambourine); Honey Larochelle, Taj Jackson (background vocals).Audio Mixers: Colin Miller; Karl Egsieker; Phil Tan; Ryan Williams .Recording information: Battery Studios, New York, NY; Chung King Studios, New York, NY; Mojo Studios, New York, NY; Pulse Recording, Los Angeles, CA; The Playhouse Studios, Woodland Hills, CA.Photographer: Nick Spanos.Elliott Yamin finished third in the fifth season of AMERICAN IDOL (he lost out to the bar-room blues-rock of Taylor Hicks and pop vocal theatrics of Katharine McPhee), and his self-titled debut delivers on all the promise of his well-received television performances. Nicely produced and put together, ELLIOTT YAMIN dabbles in a variety of styles, including adult contemporary, retro soul, smooth R&B, and soft rock, but Yamin's strong, soulful vocals take center stage. The mishmash of genres makes the album somewhat uneven, but fortunately Yamin's singing--which sounds better here than ever, and is the reason his fans will buy this release--is enough to compensate for any inconsistencies.