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There are oblique hints about the ups and downs of Crystal Bowersox’s career on All That for This, her well-realized sophomore album. When the attention she earned on American Idol didn't translate to mainstream country success, she returned to her folk-pop roots and began to write songs more reflective of her tastes. With the help of producer Steve Berlin (Los Lobos), Bowersox turns All That for This into an ode to resilience, acknowledging her bruised dreams while nurturing hope for the future. “Dead Weight” and “Amen for My Friends” are among the tracks that reaffirm the good things in life while exploring the looser edges of acoustic country. Crisp horns and easy grooves give “Movin’ On” and “Everything Falls into Place” a Memphis soul feel, while a cover of The Sundays’ “Here’s Where the Story Ends” adds moody ’80s-pop colors. Jakob Dylan duets with Bowersox on “Stitches,” a poignant alt-country love ballad. Bowersox’s vocals especially shine on the ethereal “I Am.” Most of all, she sounds comfortable in her own skin here.

Customer Reviews

Mamasox rules!!!

Great album. You never disappoint . I love the song Where the story ends. Can't wait to see you on Broadway in Patsy Cline. Good Luck Crystal. You deserve nothing but the best. You always stay connected to your fans. thumbs up to you!!!

This is a great listen!

This week listen to entire album on AOL Play. I was pleasantly surprised to see this album. I was not a fan of the previous album. However I did follow on Idol. This album is worlds different for me and I LOOOVE IT!

I love the upbeat sound on Heres Where The Story Ends. Just makes me wanna get in the car and sing like no one is watching ;) Dead Weight and Movin On have a style similar to Ray Lamontagne with Amos Lee's soul. While Im not a fan of the Dylans, Jakob's voice works well with Crystal soulful sound on Stiches.

More than half of the songs on this album I fell in love with on the first listen. For me this was suppose to be her first album right after Idol. Im glad it happened for her and its truly a great piece of work. I hope buzz is created for this album and she gets the recognition she deserves :)

All That For This- Crystal Bowersox

WOW!!!! These previews are awesome!!!! I am really looking forward to hearing the entire album... :)


Born: August 4, 1985 in Toledo, OH

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Taking cues from her favorite songwriters -- including Melissa Etheridge, Janis Joplin, and Sista Otis -- Crystal Bowersox brought a relaxed, folksy vibe to the ninth season of American Idol. Although she auditioned for the show in Chicago, Bowersox grew up five hours east in Elliston, Ohio, a small town with fewer than 100 residents. She began writing songs as a ten-year-old and, by her early teens, had formed a band with her brothers. Dubbed “Oldinuph” -- a name that poked fun at their own adolescence...
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