19 Songs, 1 Hour 9 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

When veteran Welsh crooner Tom Jones wanted to reintroduce himself in the run-up to the last millennium, he set about making an album of covers alongside modern artists. Reload puts his timeless thunderball of a voice front and center while showcasing his chemistry with a fresh generation of singers. Key moments include a frisky "Burning Down the House," where Jones flirts with The Cardigans' Nina Persson, and a beguilingly haunting and bluesy take on folk standard "Motherless Child" with trip-hop trio Portishead.

EDITORS’ NOTES

When veteran Welsh crooner Tom Jones wanted to reintroduce himself in the run-up to the last millennium, he set about making an album of covers alongside modern artists. Reload puts his timeless thunderball of a voice front and center while showcasing his chemistry with a fresh generation of singers. Key moments include a frisky "Burning Down the House," where Jones flirts with The Cardigans' Nina Persson, and a beguilingly haunting and bluesy take on folk standard "Motherless Child" with trip-hop trio Portishead.

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