Reviewed Item: Trespassing (Album) by Adam Lambert
I loved his Glam Nation album, and his Glam Nation Live album even better. It really made his music come alive with monumental improvisation of the music which offers the listener an even more awesome view of his magnificent talent in the setting he is most adept...theater, and operatic training. He uses it in such artistic fashion with the Glam Nation Live album and video. It is a plus, so please make a concerted effort and give it a listen. It's amazing. Trespassing is his third greatest achievement. He dares to not put himself in a box, but give us music that he loves this time, and that's dance club music. It is a fabulous album. It has also garnered stellar reviews. There weren't too many negatives with this album. The first time I heard it, I really thought Wow this is good. Yes, it is a little adult in nature, but it is mild considering how many pop artists nowadays have so many explicit lyrics you can't even listen to it. Adam's dance songs are great, and the ballads are very moving. He does not disappoint us vocally and uses great prowess chilling us to the bone. There's not a song that I don't love. Please check out his Trespassing promo tour concerts for Trespassing on You Tube. For the most part, they have been pretty conservative. All his shows are. The new Trespassing music comes to life with less techno, and more jazzy, blues soul music. It's different then the album. It has even more personality, and really delivers, with some new people in the band, and back up singers that are great fun giving it a more family feel. It's intimate, garnering a club setting with acoustic numbers that let his voice really shine. It's more of the Adam we love to hear...front and center. So, with Trespassing we're dancing, and having a great time. We're sharing some passionate music from his soul, which will open your heart and let you feel. He's a person first and most importantly a child of God too. Don't be surprised if the next album is something that a lot of people have expressed they would love to hear from him, and that's a more classical pop feel. He's trained classically, and you can just fall in love with him all over again. I'm looking forward to that myself. He says he doesn't want to stay in any one genre. Classical pop...is just the icing on his cake. So, pick up Trespassing, listen to what he has to say, and think about it too. Have fun dancing and even exercising to it. It doesn't disappoint.