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Album: Harmony

Artist: Josh Groban

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 2020 Reprise Records.

Tracklist For Harmony By Artist Josh Groban

Title Artist Time
1
The World We Knew (Over and Ov Josh Groban 3:17 USD 1.29
2
Angels Josh Groban 4:16 USD 1.29
3
Celebrate Me Home Josh Groban 5:02 USD 1.29
4
Shape of My Heart (Duet with L Josh Groban 4:45 USD 1.29
5
Your Face Josh Groban 4:12 USD 1.29
6
Both Sides Now (Duet with Sara Josh Groban 4:02 USD 1.29
7
She Josh Groban 3:47 USD 1.29
8
The Impossible Dream Josh Groban 4:15 USD 1.29
9
The First Time I Ever Saw Your Josh Groban 4:31 USD 1.29
10
It's Now or Never Josh Groban 3:17 USD 1.29
11
I Can't Make You Love Me Josh Groban 4:50 USD 1.29
12
The Fullest (feat. Kirk Frankl Josh Groban 4:57 USD 1.29

Reviews For Harmony By Artist Josh Groban

  • Mr. disappointed

    1
    By mr bring back
    Josh it’s time to go back to what made you so truly enjoyable, certainly not this compilation of song selections except for maybe just one. Time to emulate your work done on the “Awake” recording’s. (Awake, truly enjoyable & priceless!)
  • OUTSTANDING

    5
    By Jordan Paiva
    So many haters GO AWAY!!! This album is amazing!! Cannot wait for the new 6 tracks coming YOU ARE NOT a real JOSH fan if you do not like his work PERIOD
  • PLEASE GO BACK TO YOUR ROOTS

    1
    By tna49er
    I was so disappointed with this album. The only song I really enjoyed was Angels. His voice is amazing, but this album did not begin to showcase his range and diversity. Most of the songs were very uninspired and boring. Orchestration and arrangements were not very interesting for a lot of the songs. His prior album Stages was good, but my least favorite until this album. Please,please go back to the style of music that made you famous.
  • Josh Groban

    5
    By 🇬🇷💕
    Excellent work!! I love Josh Groban!! He has a lovely and warm voice.
  • Old and dated

    1
    By Kauai Oma
    I’m a Josh Groban fan from the beginning, even went to multiple concerts but this album is horribly old fashioned, no updated music here. I’m so disappointed in returning the album and listening to my old albums of his. He really needs to re-think his song selections!! Would have LOVED to get some more diversity from him like we’ve had in the past.
  • Not As Bad As Negatives Say

    4
    By Amy E. Barker
    Harmony is Josh Groban's latest album. Except for two original songs, most of the album is covers of classic pop songs. I've noticed that the album has been getting mixed reviews. I don't think the album is as bad as the negative reviews have been saying. I think he does well with most of the songs. I personally would have liked a few more originals mixed in. Some favorites for me are The World We Knew (love the James Bond vibe), the duets with Leslie Odom Jr and Sara Bareilles, The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (love Josh with just piano!), I Can't Make You Love Me, The Impossible Dream, and She.
  • Great take on classics

    5
    By Eyesguys
    Fabulous versions of some classic songs. Love the duets. Another home run by Josh Grogan.
  • Oh My

    5
    By Imustbcrazytoplaythisgame
    Your Face. Magnificent.
  • Gift from Heaven Above

    5
    By kkizer1
    It’s like this man new we needed him right now. His voice is beyond reason! This is perfection! Thank you Mr. Groban ❤️
  • Interesting and need to take in all the cuts

    5
    By ashmom
    I caught his PBS special tonight 11/28 and the first cut caught my ear. I kept thinking this song/melody I know but his voice is too soft for it or some such. Turns out I know it hearing my aunt play Sinatra in the 60’s, his Reprise records I believe. Not comparing vocals tho and now it is growing on me big time. I am speaking of “The World We Knew (over and over). This is a classic dramatic vocal and arrangement of the era, and his musicians and orchestra on the album did a smashing “James Bond” theme sound to the beautiful arrangement - works magic. Love that! The PBS concert replays again midnight tonight east coast and possibly 12/5.

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