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Where Has Paula Cole Gone?

This great collection of songs is a reminder of Paula Cole's considerable talent. If you are going to own five Paula Cole songs then these will do. The remastered version of "Feelin' Love" is exquisite and lends a fine artistic balance (along with "Amen") to some of her more popular hits. Paula Cole is an artist and an incredible writer. I have seen her live and remember a great show where she covered Dolly Parton's "Jolene" and put a fire into that song I'll never forget. And while this is a nice collection of hits, I don't believe it accurately reflects the true depth of her talent. The deeper tracks on Paula's albums are haunting, intelligent, and passionate. My advise is to buy them. She is a talent equal to Sarah McLachlan and I have never understood why her star hasn't risen as high. You might start wondering, as I often do, where Paula Cole has gone.

A Good Start

I love Paula Cole. Love her music. But no collection should be without Saturn Girl, Tiger, Mississippi, and I Believe In Love.


Born: April 5, 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 career reached its peak in 1997, when both "I Don't Want to Wait" and "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone" cracked the...
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