Undiscovered

There's a certain irony in calling your first album Undiscovered, especially if that album then goes on to sell millions and top the UK charts.

But the title is actually taken from the name of one of the tracks on singer-songwriter James Morrison's massively successful debut.

Morrison was actually discovered playing gigs in a pub in Derby and, although he has drawn inevitable comparisons with James Blunt, his voice is much bluesier – more Van Morrison or Cat Stevens.

It's soulful without being sorrowful - perfect listening, for instance, for an evening at home on your own.