Paula Cole - The Coffee House Tour flac album
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Imago Recording Company
- Copyright (c) – The Imago Recording Company
- Manufactured By – BMG Music
- Distributed By – BMG Music
- Published By – Ensign Music Corp.
- Published By – Hingeface
- Recorded At – Bearsville Studios
- Overdubbed At – Shelter Island Sound
- Mixed At – Shelter Island Sound
- Mastered At – Gateway Mastering
- Lyrics By, Music By – Paula Cole
- Mastered By – "King" Bob Ludwig*
- Mixed By [Assistant] – Ray Martin
- Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Kevin Killen
- Recorded By [Assistant] – Todd Vos
NotesCD housed in cardsleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: IM280762DJ 01#
Ithaca is the fifth studio album by American singer/songwriter Paula Cole. It had an international release on 21 September 2010 on Decca Records. It was tracked between February until the end of April 2010. It is the first album entirely written by Cole (apart from "Somethin' I've Gotta Say" which was co-written with Kevin Barry) since 1999's Amen. The album was produced by Paula Cole and Chris Roberts. Kevin Killen (who produced Cole's debut record Harbinger) co-produced.
Courage is Paula Cole's fourth studio album. It marks her return to the music scene after nearly a decade-long hiatus. The album is a bit of a departure from her previous albums towards more of a jazz and folk sound this time. 14" was the first single from the album, while "Comin' Down" was released to Triple A radio in the US in early August. It also features the song "It's My Life" which was featured in Mercury automobile commercials. Comin' Down" (Paula Cole, Dean Parks) – 4:01.
Paula Cole never watched the Grammys, which made it a little weird when she won the award for Best New Artist in 1997 (also weird, her first album was released in 1994). She made history that year, becoming the first woman nominated for Producer of the Year without a male accomplice. It was one of her seven nominations. Her album This Fire, which earned her the Grammy love, contains two hits: "Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?" and "I Don't Want To Wait," which in 1998 became the theme song for a new show called Dawson's Creek
The '90s saw Paula Cole rise from a supporting player on Peter Gabriel's 1992-93 world tour to a chart-topping pop sensation in her own right. But after an eight-year hiatus from recording to raise her daughter, Cole finds herself on the rise again, thanks to a new album (Courage) and a national tour.
Singer-songwriter Paula Cole has the sort of voice that is nearly impossible to forget. It is as if her crystalline sound and sweeping range somehow never ceases to leave you. On the first single from her upcoming album Ballads - due Aug. 11 on her own label, 675 Records - Cole’s pristine voice graces a cover of the famed Billie Holiday song God Bless the Child. In the Grammy-winning singer's rendition of the jazz classic, she transforms the song with the sound of a delicate acoustic guitar and her signature smooth vocals.
The tour gave Cole international exposure as well as experience performing on a large stage. Cole released her debut album, Harbinger, in 1994 with Imago Records. She appeared with Melissa Etheridge to sing a duet on VH1 though she was not well known at the time. Cole took a hiatus to raise her daughter, Sky. In 1999 Cole released Amen with the newly formed "Paula Cole Band". The album's debut single "I Believe In Love" was initially not a success but was remixed by producer Jonathan Peters into a successful dance song. The album which had guest appearances by DJ Premier and long-time Cole fan Tionne Watkins featured some R&B and hip-hop influences but failed to match the success of This Fire
Paula Cole started her career in the clubs around her native Boston before being asked to join Peter Gabriel's Secret World Tour. Her exposure from that tour and her first album, Harbinger, got her signed to Warner Brothers where she released This Fire which went on to be nominated for Album of the Year at the Grammys along with six other categories including Producer of the Year. Cole has just released her new album, Ballads, which contains twenty songs from the Great American Songbook along with the world of Americana. More from VVN Music Podcast
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