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【 Perfectly Clear 】【 英文 】【 2008-06-03 】

專輯歌曲:
1.Stronger Woman

2.I Do

3.Love Is A Garden

4.Rosey and Mick

5.Anyone But You

6.Thump Thump

7.Two Become One

8.Till It Feels Like Cheating

9.Everything Reminds Me Of You

10.Love By You (Cowboy Waltz)

11.Perfectly Clear



專輯介紹:

It comes as no surprise that Jewel, an acclaimed American singer, songwriter, actress, poet, painter, philanthropist and daughter to an Alaskan cowboy singer-songwriter, finds herself in the embrace of country music for the release of her seventh career album, Perfectly Clear.

Nashville Connections

Jewel's personal odyssey, partly chronicled on one of the best selling debut albums of all time, the twelve-time platinum Pieces of You, comes full circle with her forthcoming country album, Perfectly Clear, the debut release on newly launched Nashville-based independent label The Valory Music Co.

Jewel is set apart her whole career for not only singing, but writing all her songs, and this album is no exception. 'I've been writing country songs my whole career; some of the songs on this record date back to when I was 18 years old. I've been hanging on to them until now. They were meant for a record like this one.'

The record's first single 'Stronger Woman' is a powerful and positive message that resonates with women of any age. Perfectly Clear is produced by Jewel and John Rich of Big and Rich fame. 'Jewel is probably one of the greatest American singer-songwriters we have. It is such an honor to work with anyone of that caliber of talent,' Rich says. Jewel has spent a lot of time in Nashville over the last few years, and has naturally been drawn to and accepted by the Nashville music community. 'If I were discovered today, there is no doubt that I would be signed as a country artist. Songs like 'You Were Meant For Me' would have been a country hit today, and not a pop hit as it was in the 90s. The genres have changed more than I feel I have,' says Jewel.