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For everyone saying that "this is a change for Jewel, and i hate it because she's mainstream blah blah" yes, it is a change, but it's a blatant stab at the music industry. Do you honestly think that Jewel would title her songs "Run 2 U", "U & Me= Love", etc. She's mocking mainstream bubble-gum pop, and mainstream in general. However, she's being somewhat hypocritical because this CD pushed her into mainstream with hits like "Intuition" and "Stand" (we've all seen the video for "Intuition). ps- This is very 2Gether.

Her best record

Not since Pieces of You has Jewel been so interesting... there are many who will not like her embrace of electronica and dance, but it was a revelation to me. She and Mendez have created one of the finest pop records of all time in that it is both catchy and fun, while still remaining lyrically true to Jewel's artistic vision. Just as when Dylan went electric, Jewel has dared her audience to follow her into uncharted territory, but also like Dylan, she has always changed, and continues changing, over each record. The songs on Pieces of You dared me to think and were extremely raw and challenging. This album does the opposite--it dares you not to think as it spills over you with gloss, but you can feel Jewel winking at you the whole time--the songs are lyrically brilliant and demand much of the listener conscious of them. One of the most intelligent records I've heard in a long time. A folk record you can dance to.

Jewel made the mistake of...

Jewel made the mistake of: 1) overestimating the intelligence of most people and believing them to be capable of understanding sarcasm and 2) overestimating the attention span of the average person and believing that people wouldn't take this album and the "Intuition" video out of context. I thought the album, especially the titles of the songs (e.g., "Run 2 U") were hilarious and I saw them for a blantant joke. (The title "U & Me = LOVE" had me in stitches.) The album, for me, was an attempt to prove that fun doesn't belong only to pop music and that poignancy doesn't belong to only acoustic guitars. She brought the two worlds together on this one, in what I consider to be her grandest experiment. Make no mistake of it: her lyricism is there, the melodies are there, but she's just given it a different twist. Up until 0304, she had always been an evolving artist who pushed the envelope. (As someone who's loved watching and listening to her progression from Pieces of You, it's actually Goodbye Alice in Wonderland that I feel is a backward step in her evolution. Perhaps the backlash she suffered from 0304 has put her off from experimentation?) 0304 has sass and wits, and for those who claim that she "sold out," her record company actually put intense pressure on her to *not* go forward with 0304 because they wanted her to continue catering to the acoustic-loving-folk crowd. (If the definition of "selling out" is cowing to external pressure, then, by definition, selling out would have been to release another "Pieces of You.") This is a great album--my favorite Jewel album. I've always felt perplexed at how people could have taken the Intuition video seriously...until I realized that most people who were criticizing Jewel hadn't even taken the time to watch the video in its entirety. This is a great album, it's fun, it's smart, it's upbeat, and, most of all, it has a sense of humor.


Nacido/a: Payson, UT, 23 de mayo de 1974

Género: Pop

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Cultora del folk contemporáneo reconocida por su voz expresiva y cristalina, la cantante/compositora Jewel estuvo entre las más exitosas entre las muchas artistas femeninas que dominaron las listas de pop durante los 90. Después de firmar contrato con Atlantic, Jewel editó su LP debut, Pieces of You; el disco comenzó lento pero se convirtió en un best-seller. Su ansiosamente esperado segundo álbum, Spirit, siguió en 1998. This Way (2001) apareció como una continuación más liviana que Spirit. Los...
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