19 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Armed with his deep-canyon vibrato, raw emotion, and some colossal choruses, Rory Graham takes his big moment. Your starting place is, of course, the title track: a rumbling instant-anthem that formally introduces Graham’s soulful pop brew. From there it’s a stunning showcase of that voice. There are breezy, hip-hop flavored saunters (“Be the Man,” “Ego”), gale-force workouts (“Skin,” “Love You Any Less”), and even curtain-drawing a cappella moments of delta blues majesty (“Die Easy”).

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Armed with his deep-canyon vibrato, raw emotion, and some colossal choruses, Rory Graham takes his big moment. Your starting place is, of course, the title track: a rumbling instant-anthem that formally introduces Graham’s soulful pop brew. From there it’s a stunning showcase of that voice. There are breezy, hip-hop flavored saunters (“Be the Man,” “Ego”), gale-force workouts (“Skin,” “Love You Any Less”), and even curtain-drawing a cappella moments of delta blues majesty (“Die Easy”).

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
505 Ratings

505 Ratings

Taz@Isca ,

Superb!

Never reviewed an album before, but felt compelled after listening to this album a few times now. I first saw Rag 'n Bone Man on Jools Holland. His duet with Greg Porter was the highlight for me. Some of the melodies on Human are timeless. The album crosses a few genres for me. There's obviously Soul (Human) , a bit of Rap (The Fire), Blues (Die Easy), and Gospel (As you Are). Some of the vocal perfomances are similar to Joe Cocker, which is a good thing. Rn'BM sings with passion, and those lyrics...wow! Human is easily in my top 10 all time favourite albums now. Great work Rn'BM and thank you.

Screamroks ,

Amazing Voice and deep lyrics

In 2016 the UK lost some great vocal artists. It's good to see that a new artist is rising away from the awful TV talent shows. Human is a great piece of art and I am looking forward to hearing this album (currently on pre-order). A superb voice and intelligent lyrics. Fantastic for someone like me who grew up in an age where this was more important than being on Saturday night TV being analysed by Simon Cowell.

Marylou71 ,

Amazing album

I wasn't sure about Human when I first heard it but it grew on me. I thought I'd check out the album and to be honest didn't have any great expectations. So many albums nowadays seem to have one good song and that's it. This is absolutely not the case here. From the thundering opening of Human to the mellow closing of Healed, this is an amazing album. I love the switch between the blues, rap, even dance in some of the songs. Highlights for me are Your Way or the Rope, Arrow, Skin, As You Are and Love You Any Less but I could just as easy list them all. If you are wondering if it's worth the money - I promise you it is! Thank you Rag n Bone Man for restoring my faith in music :)

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