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Product description
Album Features
Artist:Jewel
Format:CD
Release Year:2001
Record Label:Atlantic (Label)
Genre:Rock & Pop

Track Listing
1. Standing Still
2. Jesus Loves You
3. Everybody Needs Someone Sometime
4. Break Me
5. Do You Want to Play?
6. Till We Run Out of Road
7. Serve the Ego
8. This Way
9. Cleveland
10. I Won't Walk Away
11. Just Leave Me Alone Love Me
12. The New Wild West
13. bonus track) Grey Matter - (live
14. bonus track) Sometimes It Be That Way - (live

Details
Playing Time:59 min.
Producer:Jewel, Jewel Kilcher, Dann Huff, John Kurzweg
Distributor:WEA (Distributor)
Recording Type:Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:n/a

Album Notes
This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.Personnel includes: Jewel (vocals, acoustic guitar); John Willis, B. James Lowry (acoustic guitar); Dann Huff, Jerry McPherson, Kenny Greeenberg (electric guitar); Jonathan Yudkin (mandolin, cello); The Nashville String Machine (strings); George Tidwell (trumpet); Tim Akers, Steve Nathan (keyboards); Jimmie Sloas (bass); Chris McHugh, Steve Brewster (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); Tedd T. (programming); Chris Rodriguez, Gene Miller, Bekka Bramlett (background vocals); Josh Freese.Recorded at Emerald Entertainment and Ocean Way Nashville, Tennessee; The Sound Kitchen, Franklin, Tennessee.Personnel: John Willis, B. James Lowry (acoustic guitar); Dann Huff, Gordon Kennedy, Jerry McPherson, Kenny Greenberg, J.T. Corenflos (electric guitar); Dan Digmore, Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Jonathan Yudkin (mandolin, fiddle, cello); Roger Spencer , Bruce Christensen, Kathryn Plummer, Connie Ellisor, Karen Winkelmann, Beth Beeson, Dave Angell, Julie Tanner, Gerald Greer, Glenn Wanner, Lynn Bloom, Joy Worland, Anthony LaMarchina, Calvin Smith, Mary Kathryn Van Osdale, Carl Gorodetzky, Pamela Sixfin, Bob Mason , Lee Larrison, Alan Umstead, Monisa Angell, Catherine Umstead, Cate Myer, Janet Askey, Gary VanOsdale (strings); George Tidwell (trumpet); Tim Akers, Steve Nathan (keyboards); Chris McHugh, Steve Brewster (drums); Eric Darken (percussion); David Lyndon Huff, Tedd T. (programming); Wayne Rodrigues (drum programming); Chris Rodrigues, Gene Miller, Lisa Cochran, Bekka Bramlett (background vocals).Audio Mixer: Jeff Balding.Recording information: Emerald ENtertainment, Nashville, TN; Ocean Way Nashville, Nashville, TN; The Sound Kitchen, Franklin, TN.Photographer: Ellen Von Unwerth.Arranger: Mark Goldenberg.The first three songs on Jewel Kilcher's first new album after a long layoff (her previous release was a 1999 Christmas album) embrace country, alternative rock, and a kind of John Cougar Mellencamp rock/country. She finds her own voice five songs in, with the tour de force "Do You Want to Play?" whose smart lyrics combined with a killer chorus are an immediate highlight of this self-assured collection."Jesus Loves You" is a thoughtful meditation on consumerism that also manages to include the sassy couplet "It's not what I can do for anybody/It's what their body can do for me," underlining the singer's confident way with her subject matter. "Till We Run Out of Road" is that rock & roll staple, the road song, but she returns to form with "Everyone Needs Someone Sometime," a self-explanatory examination in which the singer's smart storytelling skills are on full display. With the inclusion of a couple of solo acoustic live tracks showcasing Jewel's raw talent and its firm rock backbone underlaying her maturing vocals, THIS WAY is a confident return to form from a singer many had previously written off as a one-hit wonder.

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Created: 08/24/06

One of Jewel's BEST

I would consider this album to still be Jewel's brand of folk-pop, rather than full-on POP. The difference is that Jewel's lyrics are intelligent, meaningful, and well-written. There aren't many electronic or synthetic instruments used in production. One bonus is that Jewel writes ALL HER OWN MUSIC and performs it as it was meant to be. I believe this makes it even more honest and beautiful. Jewel performs any song perfectly with just a guitar....in fact, she doesn't even NEED a guitar. Her voice is crystalline and pitch perfect. This album has some rockin' songs that'll get your toes tappin' and other ballads that will make you cry. I think this is a great album.....5 stars out of 5 I think. (The person who wrote the above review has no idea what they're talking about...)

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Created: 05/19/07

Jesus Loves You

Less Folk = Less Jewel. This Way is still a good album but it's a little too polished and pretend. Jewel is a folk singer...not a pop/rock star. That said, this CD is a must own for serious Jewel fans. 3 1/2 Stars.

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Created: 08/11/06

Bad move!

I love Jewel, but since she crossed over to a more "pop" sound i just dont get it. i love her old stuff and own all her cds, and yes even the newer pop ones that are absolutely horrible. i do not listen to them. their probably the best shape cds i got. her old stuff is awesome and its so easy to sing a long with. Jewel rocks but this cd sucks! Bad move Jewel!

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Created: 09/03/06

true jewel

this cd is true jewel, I'm a big fan and was thrilled to add this to my collection, Jewel once again goes from the soul and doesn't hold back, another great album from one of the greatest female singer/songwriters of our time

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Created: 10/03/08

This Way ECD - Jewel

Wow! Another side of Jewel I dont think most of us anticipated. No matter what she sings, she sings from the heart! I love all her music and find most of it very meditational and relaxing. This CD is a little more of the inner personality of Jewel. It's more pop.... a little more funk, you go girl.....

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