CAT NO: 093624888437
1. The World We Knew (Over And Over)
3. Celebrate Me Home
4. Shape Of My Heart (Duet With Leslie Odom Jr.)
5. Your Face
6. Both Sides Now (Duet With Sara Bareilles)
8. The Impossible Dream
9. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
10. It’s Now Or Never
11. I Can’t Make You Love Me
12. The Fullest (Feat. Kirk Franklin)
13. Nature Boy
14. I’ll Stand By You (Duet With Helene Fischer)
15. April Come She Will
16. I Can See Clearly Now
17. Con Los Años Que Me Quedan
JOSH GROBAN – Harmony (Deluxe Edition)
2LP – 140g Black Vinyl
(Housed in a Gatefold Sleeve)
Originally released on Nov 20, 2020, a new deluxe version is now be released. This Harmony Deluxe version has 6 new songs including: “Nature Boy” (from Moulin Rouge), “I’ll Stand By You [Duet with Helene Fischer],”(originally recorded by The Pretenders), and “I Can See Clearly Now” (popularized by Johnny Nash). The making of the original album and the title have been very cathartic for Josh.
He wanted to go back to basics, and interpret songs that make him feel good, are a blast to sing, and most importantly, are songs that fans have asked for. Josh has performed many of them on the road and in other settings in the past few years.
The album is essentially a collection of timeless songs along with two originals. Highlights include “The Impossible Dream” (from the play and film the Man of La Mancha), “The World We Knew (Over and Over)” (popularized by Frank Sinatra); “Angels” (popularized by Robbie Williams), “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” (popularized by Roberta Flack), “It’s Now or Never” (popularized by Elvis Presley), “Celebrate Me Home” (popularized by Kenny Loggins) and “I Can’t Make You Love Me”.
Special guest appearances on the album include an amazing duet with Leslie Odom Jr (TONY award for Hamilton on Broadway) on “Shape Of My Heart” (popularized by Sting), plus a stunning duet with Sara Bareilles of the Joni Mitchell song “Both Sides Now”, and Kirk Franklin bringing his unique blend of energy and a choir to a new and timely original called “The Fullest”.