Music Review ~ That Would Be Me by Harry Connick Jr.

Harry Connick, Jr. has always possessed a deeply ingrained understanding of how to get the most out of a song.  His New Orleans roots have informed his music since he was 5 years old; Connick’s ability to advance those ties and musically evolve throughout his three decade career has made him a pivotal figure in American music.  Now, for the first time in 25 years, he’s working in the studio with outside producers on a new album, That Would Be Me, which continues to stretch boundaries and embrace the plainspoken instincts that have guided him throughout his life.


That Would Be Me:

Track Listings:

1.       (I Like It When You) Smile
2.       (I Do) Like We Do
3.       Tryin’ To Matter
4.       Songwriter
5.       Do You Really Need Her
6.       You Don’t Need A Man
7.       You Have No Idea
8.       Where Prisoners Drown
9.       (I Think I) Love You A Little Bit
10.     Every Time I Fall In Love
11.     Right Where It Hurts


Let’s just start with, how can you not love listening to Harry Connick Jr.’s swoon-worthy voice? He could sing me anything and I would love to listen to it. Having said that there is a good ix of love songs and upbeat songs that give the album a well-rounded feel. I think some songs are better than others, but that is with any album. One of my favorites on the album is (I think I) Love You a Little Bit, it has a nice rhythmic beat. Overall I think this is a well-done album. If you are a fan of Harry Connick Jr or enjoy the stylings of Michael Buble, then you should definitely invest in this album!

Album was released October 23. Get your own album at Amazon Music or iTunes now!

For more information on Harry Connick Jr or his new album, check out his Official website

DISCLAIMER:  I participated in the That Would Be Me album review program as a member of One2One Network. I was provided an album to review but all opinions are my own.