Feel the Blues with all that Jazz
English (United Kingdom)Polish (Poland)
Home Pop & Miscellaneous Selah Sue Selah Sue – Reason (2015)

Selah Sue – Reason (2015)

User Rating: / 0

Selah Sue – Reason (2015)

Image could not be displayed. Check browser for compatibility.

1-1	Alone	3:26
1-2	I Won't Go For More	4:20
1-3	Reason	3:19
1-4	Together	3:21
1-5	Alive	3:41
1-6	The Light	3:46
1-7	Fear Nothing	3:25
1-8	Daddy	4:26
1-9	Sadness	4:01
1-10	Feel	3:39
1-11	Right Were I Want You	3:32
1-12	Always Home	4:18
1-13	Falling Out	3:50
	Bonus Tracks	
2-1	Gotta Make It Last	3:13
2-2	Stand Back	4:11
2-3	Direction	4:01
2-4	Alone (Acoustic Version)	3:41

Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Tracy Wannomae
Autoharp [Arpeggiator], Bass [Moog], Organ, Strings – Pieterjan Seaux
Baritone Saxophone – Sam Robles
Bass – Erik Rademakers
Bass, Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Strings – Matt Schwartz
Bass, Guitar – Itai Shapira
Drum Programming, Guitar [Additional], Synthesizer – Ludwig Goransson
Drums, Percussion – Jake Najor, Salva
Drums, Percussion, Keyboards, Synthesizer – Robin Hannibal
Drums – Jordi Geuens
Electric Bass – Erik Rademakers
Electric Guitar – Itai Shapira, Yannick Werther
Flugelhorn, Trumpet – Todd Simon
Guitar – Selah Sue
Piano, Keyboards – Joachim Saerens
Synthesizer [Additional] – Joachim Saerens
Vocdals - Selah Sue


Selah Sue’s an artist you probably haven’t heard much of in this side of the world. More known in her native Belgium, you might’ve heard her collaboration with Cee Lo Green. Her eponymous full-length debut, released in 2011, showcases her gooey, husky voice as it tiptoes between soul and reggae. Reason, the follow-up, swings firmly towards the soul side, with less of the cliché and more of the cool urban sensibility. “Alone” is powered by a groovy guitar lick; “Together”, her collaboration with Childish Gambino, is a pretty tasty clash. Reason showcases Selah’s vocals without swerving too much stylistically. I would say it’s a good pop album, but it relies too much on fluff: the 50-minute album could easily be shorn of, say, fifteen minutes of filler. As much as I’d love to wrap myself around what I once described as an “aural marshmallow”, the second half of the album starts repeating itself and you feel frustrated. Pop albums, you see, they’re all about going straight to the point. Reason did, but then stuck around far too long. --- Niko Batallones, earthingsblog.wordpress.com

download (mp3 @320 kbs):

yandex mediafire ulozto gett solidfiles




Before downloading any file you are required to read and accept the
Terms and Conditions.

If you are an artist or agent, and would like your music removed from this site,
please e-mail us on
and we will remove them as soon as possible.

What music genre would you like to find here the most?
Now onsite:
  • 349 guests
Content View Hits : 134094355