**** This is a good debut album by Andy Grammer! He has a very unique and cool style, which is always a big tick in my books since the majority of popular music is always generic and unoriginal.
His style is quite interesting as it incorporates many elements of jazz and soul (even a little bit of country if you ask me) into music that is very nice and relaxing to listen to. Keep Your Head up was a great debut single and it firmly presented his style very well to the public.
What I found most surprising in his album was that there were a few ballads (Track 3 and 4) that are a little bit unlike his original style (like Keep Your Head Up) but they turned out good anyway.
I think most tracks on this album are single-worthy. It's rather difficult to determine the popularity of this sort of music as it is so rarely used by mainstream artists and jazz is never mainstream anyway. Andy could release any song from this album and it would either be really big because of its coolness or it would be totally ignored due to its style.
Overall it's a very good effort and I hope I can hear more of Andy in the future.
Track listing: (Numbers indicate rating of 6, * denote released singles)
1. Keep Your Head Up * (5) 2. Fine By Me * (6) 3. Slow (5) 4. You Should Know Better (6) 5. Lunatic (4) 6. Miss Me (4) 7. The Pocket (4) 8. Ladies (4) 9. Love Love Love (Let You Go) (4) 10. Build Me a Girl (4) 11. Biggest Man in Los Angeles (6)