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Paula Cole wanted to produce her debut 14 track opus herself, but was "led by the hand" of her record company toward quietly unsung genius Kevin Killen. Harbinger opens with the remorseful yet poppy "Happy Home" and the acoustic breeze of "I Am So Ordinary." Cole is strong melodically and vocally, soaring high and low. She also plays it correctly by producing her most commercially minded work first before diversifying. Signs of what's to come are evident on Kate Bush-like "Watch the Woman's Hands," "Dear Gertrude," and "She Can't Feel Anything Anymore." More upbeat is the driving "Saturn Girl," and her backing band is sharp on "Chairoscuro." "Bethlehem" laments Cole's hatred of her small town upbringing while "Garden of Eden" and "The Ladder" echo her spiritual interest.

Biography

Born: 05 April 1968 in Rockport, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Paula Cole was one of the many female singer/songwriters who rose to prominence in the mid-'90s in the wake of alternative's commercial breakthrough. Drawing heavily from the ethereal, pretty sound of Sarah McLachlan and Tori Amos, she created songs that relied equally on dreamy melodies and poetic, introspective lyrics. Although she continued recording music during the 2000s, Cole's...
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