Liam Isaac | At Last

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At Last

by Liam Isaac

Liam Isaac's debut cover album recorded when he was still 16 years old; influenced by classic crooners, pop rock, and the blues, Isaac brings a raw fusion of youth and vocal wattage to this set of classic jazz, pop, and blues tunes.
Genre: Pop: New Romantic
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1. At Last
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2. Come Fly With Me
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2:30 $0.99
3. Ain't No Sunshine
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2:08 $0.99
4. Someone Like You
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5. Walking in Memphis
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6. I'm Your Man
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7. Lately
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8. All I Want for Christmas
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album - recorded when Liam Isaac was just 16 years old - reveals the early voice and musical influences of a singer (now 18) whose talent and promise are stratospheric. Isaac delivers the pitch-perfect snap of a Sinatra in "Come Fly With Me"; adds pure grit and classic torch to "At Last," "Ain't No Sunshine," and "Walking in Memphis"; and creates subtle and sultry new interpretations of "I'm Your Man" and "Lately." This album represents the earliest experiments of a vocal talent for the ages.

"He's a phenom. He really is. He just has amazing presence and delivery and a beautiful voice."
- Donald D'Haene (Huffington Post Blogger on Rogers Daytime, January, 2011)


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