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Jewel has always been a modest talent within an industry that has tried to market her as a game changer. She’s done folk-rock, written poetry, worked up dance-pop and settled into country music. All of which serves as a backdrop to the story of her being from Alaska and sleeping in her car. Strip down the myths and listen to the songs at hand and accept them for what they are, the musings of a gifted singer and songs that arrive at their destination. Jewel’s fully aware that life is moving around her. Whether it’s “No Good In Goodbye,” “Fading” or the country-rock anthem feel of “What You Are,” the tunes reflect what a young superstar now sees and feels are the elemental truths to her life. “Summer Home In Your Arms” is arguably the sweetest tune here. But it’s the bonus cuts, the acoustic numbers of the album cuts that bring us closest to Jewel’s natural talents. Despite the different “pop” presentations, Jewel is, at heart, a folksinger, most comfortable around a campfire and with that intimacy comes forth the true strength of her songs.

Customer Reviews

Old school Jewel fans will be disappointed!

This music is ok by most country standards but for those of you, like I, who fell in love with Jewel with her "pieces of me" album, you will probably want to pass on it. The reason why she was so good from the first album was because she let her voice do all the work...she didn't need all that background noise and arrangements which unfortunately, drown out her voice rather than accenuate it. Jewel, remember your roots from the first album... Remeber "foolish games" and "you were meant for me.". That is your niche that you need to re-connect with!

Her best album since "This Way"

I know this has the official "country" label, but after a couple listens, and to my surprise, this turned out to be a seriously well crafted, solid pop/rock album. At times she sounds like Taylor Swift's older sister, but hey, Jewel's take on the modern day country pop chart topper is flawless. I'm not even a country fan, but Jewel has crafted some of the catchiest "country" pop hooks since "This Way."


This album really is amazing and the best of the year so far. Jewel never fail's. Her lyrics are some of the best I've ever heard in my life. It kinda bugs me she doesn't get the love she should. Key song - Bad As It Gets, Fading, Ten, Satisfied, What You Are, No Good In Goodbye


Born: May 23, 1974 in Payson, UT

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

As a story, Jewel's origin is impossible to beat: on her way up, the singer/songwriter lived in a van on the West Coast, struggling to find an entrance to a career as a professional musician. This hardscrabble tale, only enhanced by her Alaskan upbringing, stood in direct contrast to the sweet, gentle hits "Who Will Save Your Soul," "You Were Meant for Me," and "Foolish Games" from her 1995 debut Pieces of You, songs that never suggested a tough background. Nevertheless, Jewel's sensitive side and...
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