Arranged By [Strings] – Michael A. Leech*Written-By – Bob Morrison
|B||Roses Ain't Red
Written-By – Diane Pfeifer
|JH-11329, PB-11329||Jewel Blanch||So Good (7", Promo)||RCA, RCA||JH-11329, PB-11329||US||1978|
This Way is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Jewel. It was released on November 13, 2001, through Atlantic Records. Jewel was looking for a raw, live-sounding album, leading her to be involved in the album's production.
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The discography of Jewel, an American singer-songwriter, consists of 12 studio albums, four compilation albums, 33 singles and five video albums. She debuted in 1995 after signing with Atlantic Records. Jewel's debut album, Pieces of You was issued in February 1995. Although it was initially not successful, the lead single, "Who Will Save Your Soul" eventually reached No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, pressing the album to later sell over twelve million copies
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Considered carefully, however, Jewel in the Lotus was the perfect realization of the skills acquired by Maupin from the mid-'60s on, when he had played in bands led by Marion Brown, McCoy Tyner, and Pharoah Sanders. He'd even recorded an album under his own name in 1967 entitled Almanac. There is good reason for this: it is a classic of 1970s spiritual jazz, and as much as any recording on Strata East or Black Jazz, Maupin's ECM offering is a wonder of arrangement and composition with gorgeous ensemble play, long yet sparse passages, space, and genuine strangeness. Maupin plays all of his reeds and flute in addition to glockenspiel here; Summers' percussion effects include a water-filled garbage can.