14 Songs, 58 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Alaskan singer/songwriter recorded her 1995 debut live in the studio, and you can hear it in the intimacy and directness of these songs. Jewel’s sprightly acoustic guitar playing and emotive delivery are at the center of the mix, her voice catching and surging on the socially conscious lyrics and lilting folk-pop feel of “Who Will Save Your Soul.” She also tips her hat to some of her heroes, including Kate Bush on the flighty “Foolish Games” and Joni Mitchell on the wistful “Near You Always.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Alaskan singer/songwriter recorded her 1995 debut live in the studio, and you can hear it in the intimacy and directness of these songs. Jewel’s sprightly acoustic guitar playing and emotive delivery are at the center of the mix, her voice catching and surging on the socially conscious lyrics and lilting folk-pop feel of “Who Will Save Your Soul.” She also tips her hat to some of her heroes, including Kate Bush on the flighty “Foolish Games” and Joni Mitchell on the wistful “Near You Always.”

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