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Editors’ Notes

Jamie O’Neal’s sterling vocal pipes are among the best in contemporary country music. O’Neal excels at big, heart-tugging ballads but can also connect with subtler material outside of the country mainstream. She soars high on the yearning strains of Kris Kristofferson’s “Help Me Make It Through the Night” and Otha Young’s “The Sweetest Thing” without falling into excess. Upbeat tracks like Paul Kennerley’s “Born to Run” and Deborah Allen’s “Rock Me” are infused with full-throated passion, while Bruce Cockburn’s “One Day I Walk” gets an Appalachian-style folk treatment and Larry Gatlin’s “I’ve Done Enough Dyin’ Today” is rendered with a touch of R&B elegance. She does particularly well with classic Nashville fare like Loretta Lynn’s defiant “Don’t Come Home a Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind)” and Bobby Braddock’s poignant “Golden Ring” (featuring Andy Griggs on duet vocals). O’Neal closes this outstanding album with “Wide Awake,” a droll number about a snoring spouse cowritten by Jamie with her dad, Jimmy Murphy.

Customer Reviews

***AMAZING*

I’m so happy Jamie is back! I’ve loved her voice for so long and LOVE this new album.

Talk about a "Stand Out!!"

I have been a fan of Jamie's from when she was singing songwriter demos in the mid-90's. What a fresh take on some old classics, some of which I didn't even consider classic until I heard this album. I also forgot how good Andy Griggs is, too; so, it was great to hear him on the duet, "Golden Ring." Love the remake of the Deborah Allen "Rock Me," but my fav is "I've Done Enough Dying, Today," that was originally a Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers hit.
This record stands out so far from the rest of the pack by taking great songs, one of country's best female vocalists that makes these songs her own and, and fresh production that keeps the record current and relevant.
One of the best I've heard in a long time. Thank you, Jamie, the musicians and everyone that worked on this record, for such a great piece of work.

Fantastic Album!

I might be a little biased but I love this record!

Biography

Born: June 3, 1968 in Sydney, Australia

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Jamie O'Neal first struck Music City gold as a sought-after songwriter; it was only later that her own singing career blossomed. O'Neal was born Jamie Murphy in Australia to professional musician parents who eventually moved to Las Vegas and a casino gig via Hawaii. Eventually, Jamie and her sister Samantha began to perform with their parents. This led to a vagabond childhood spent traveling across America in an RV, performing at state fairs, conventions, and as an opening act for touring country...
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