Right Now - Leon Jackson Reviews
Description:Artist: Leon Jackson / Audio CD released 2008-10-20 at Syco / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Don't Call This Love 2 Creat ... more
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4 All In Good Time
5 Right Now
6 You Don't Know Me
7 Ordinary Days
8 A Song For You
10 Could Do Better
11 Misty Blue
13 When You Believe (UK Bonus Track)
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Customer Right Now - Leon Jackson Reviews (7)
by - written on 13/12/08, updated on 08/09/11 (Very useful, 247 readings)
~~Introduction~~ For those of you who don't know, Leon Jackson was the X factor winner in 2007 following on from Leona the year before. Before this year's series I had a £10 bet that the winner would be someone called Leo, but seems he never showed up. 'Right Now' was released on October 20, 2008 and went straight in at number 4 on the UK Album Chart. Leon is the first X Factor winner not to have their debut album top the charts in its first week of release. I can understand to some extent Leon's popularity, I'm sure many think he's just... 'amazing'. He's a handsome enough chap, in a puppy dog kind of way, with its puppy dog eyes staring through the bars ... Read the complete review
by nathaninnit - written on 27/09/09
Who is Leon Jackson? ..And what is 'Right Now'? Winning at just 18-years old, Leon Jackson remains the youngest champion of the X-Factor ever, following his trumphant in the 2007 season of the show. Although that is a farcry from the middle-aged Steve Brookstein, the original winner of the show, unfortunately their careers are already heading in the same direction. As a wee Scottish lad, Leon managed to capture his home country, which saw him defeating Welsh man Rhydian in the public vote. Those who followed his journey will know that one of Leon's favourite artists is Michael Buble, and his genre of music is described as a mixture of jazz and soul. This is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/08 (Very useful, 110 readings)
As today a new X Factor winner is a about to be crowned, lets have a look at what Simon did with last years winner. They locked him away for a year just like Leona and produced the above ;) - with Leona they did that and it was wise but with Leon i think they made a mistake he should have been released straight away a couple of months later instead of waiting a year, just because it worked for Leona doesn't mean it works for everyone. I spent the majority of the year waiting to hear Leon Jackson's new album. Like many people i watched him last year on the X Factor, and atcually i was quite unimpressed but from last years final from the moment he sang When You ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/08 (Very useful, 186 readings)
I am a huge fan of X-Factor; I absolutely love the show and have watched it from the very first series which was ever on the television. I think Simon Cowell is an absolute genius and although I thought Sharon Osbourne was a brilliant judge, I have to admit I do admire the rather gorgeous Cheryl Cole and the way in which she stands up ot her peers. Leon Jackson was the winner of the fourth series in 2007, a quirky young Scottish boy whom when he first came onto the screen I liked in an instant because his talent was raw and stood out from the crowd, it didn't sound manufactured and he definitely wasn't boy band material. Leon I felt throughout the whole of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/08, updated on 14/12/08 (Very useful, 162 readings)
Leon Jackson looks good but that's about all I could say about him. He's a clean cut young man with a decent voice but I never thought he had that bit extra that goes to make star. He got enough votes to win the X Factor but it seems that he has few fans out there. Everyone I know rates him as mediocre at best. However, this is a review on the album 'Right Now', not on Leon Jackson himself. He is a mixture of Brian Ferry (for those of you who remember him), and Michael Buble when he sings. I would never have paid good money out for this mediocre album and I have only listened to it because a friend bought it and hated it so much so passed ... Read the complete review
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