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Paula Cole

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Paula Cole (nata il 5 aprile 1968 a Rockport, Massachusetts) è una cantautrice americana.
Prima di pubblicare album come solista ha lavorato come corista per Peter Gabriel,
Il suo brano “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone” ha raggiunto la top ten di Billboard nel 1997 e l’anno successivo ha vinto un Grammy Award come Best New Artist. In italia è nota per il suo brano “I Don’t Want To Wait” urtilizzato come sigla di apertura della serie televisiva “Dawson’s Creek”.

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  • Zach216

    Paula's always been one of those.... "Here talent level is HERE people, so why'd she only end up here...." and I never wanted to believe it was some type of character or personality deficiency but it is. Now she gets to play in front of anywhere from 80 to a max of 200 old people for the rest of her life and career. It's actually too fitting!

    27 Apr 9:05 Rispondi
  • Zach216

    More quality songs and certainly better than "Raven" but I don't know... personally, I'm so far removed/detached from what she does, at this point... Paula wrote "Courage" (lyrically) to quietly, humbly sound inspired... than "Ithaca" had some exciting moments but just when it seemed she was 'figuring it out'... she gets all... "Oh yeah, I've been oversinging" and now she writes this super subdued... continually depressive drivel. What happened to the exhilaration, the so-called "joy"... I haven't heard any of that on these last 2 records. She's really fizzling out... there's no energy or liveliness... I personally believe she's in an extremely stagnant point in her life and career. It's sad because she has a stunning voice but to hear her keep writing about all these like Proper Noun's...names and cities for lyrics. She should tighten up the song-writing and get more universal and less specific with her words and melodies. I can't stand how specific her writing is...like stop already

    22 Apr 23:34 Rispondi
  • towardsecstasy

    Really good the new album

    11 Apr 18:07 Rispondi
  • TabooEv

    I'm impressed with "7" :)

    11 Apr 16:25 Rispondi
  • thisfire

    I hope everyone heard of Paula's new album, "7". If not, please check out: http://www.paulacole.com/seven :)

    6 Apr 14:35 Rispondi
  • 6nb

    I think new record "7" finds her writing the most musically rich, lyrically sophisticated, and finest songs of her career. "New York City" and "Puncture Wound" are my favourite two songs of hers in her whole 20 year career.

    5 Apr 14:22 Rispondi
  • Okss_de

    Dawson's Creek soundtrack ♥

    27 Gen 21:16 Rispondi
  • BrightEnix

    To celebrate the 20th anniversary of her debut "Harbinger" Paula Cole does a track by track interview of the album. 2 hour long podcast. Its epic! Check it. http://podsnsods.podomatic.com/entry/2014-11-02T16_39_22-08_00

    19 Nov 2014 Rispondi
  • shineown

    <3

    14 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • Zach216

    It has moments... but the production ruins a lot of it for me... "Scream" needs a soft/pop beat but instead has a snare-crackin' and it's so unpleasant and doesn't accentuate the vocal it actually takes a lot of attention away from it. Conceptually, a title like RAVEN; I'd assume EVERYONE was thinking BIG... and it really didn't take me anywhere new. A song like "Manitoba" was written in the 80s for a reason.... Everything about her these past few years has been super CONSERVATIVE. If that's where she's going then I guess there's a reason I jumped ship... I've always tried to bring out and encourage Paula to EXUDE MORE CONFIDENCE and to KICK SOME ASS while she's still PLENTY CAPABLE. It just might turn some heads and make people RESPECT her

    5 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • TabooEv

    After listening to Raven for some time now, I kinda' agree with you Zach. It's not a bad album, but definitely could've been better. There are too many decent songs on it. Though Red Cosette is one of my favorite of the newer songs, just stunning!

    22 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • Zach216

    Maturation and stepping up her game (to me) would've meant an album that was a culmination of ALL of the other previous FIVE records COMBINED into ONE... she needs to get a little more CELEBRATORY (instead of CEREBRAL) she's a SURVIVOR in this INDUSTRY and she should be PROUD of that... start goin' outside-the-box, start writing about things larger than herself... that to me would be expanding and equate to growing exponentially... but I suppose we all have our own definitions. When she told me she agreed with someone that she was "over-singing" on Ithaca I thought "has this chick lost her mind?!?" if that's how you FEEL... EXPRESS it... her vocal-power is something that makes her different. So EMBRACE it... kick it up a notch (or TEN...) Go BIG!

    11 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • Zach216

    Dude, she wrote that song in the EIGHTIES... I mean to each their own... it's still chocked full of way too much minor-key, melancholic, sob-story-writing... to me that's not a "maturation"... at all, really... she got the divorce and all that out of her system. This was her first album as an independent artist and I just think people are STUPID if they think because there's the bare minimum as far as musical instrumentation... low-budget production value... it's just... eh, whatever. So not worth gettin' into this because I can go on FOREVER.

    9 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • dominicgeinosky

    I disagree. It's as raw as she has ever been, but it feels more mature. "Manitoba" is a perfect example, which harkens back to "Mississippi." "Red Corsette" is as emotionally bare as she has ever been. I think she's finally found her soul groove.

    16 Giu 2014 Rispondi
  • Zach216

    It's not an EVOLUTION though... it's a REGRESSION.

    13 Giu 2014 Rispondi
  • dominicgeinosky

    "Raven" still holds up as her most beautiful statement since "This Fire." It's not exactly a comeback since she's been releasing some wonderful albums since, but man, "Raven," wow.

    13 Giu 2014 Rispondi
  • Zach216

    Peaked on "Ithaca"... can no longer write an album of all original brand-new songs... she made some good music that used to mean a lot to me but having gotten to know her on somewhat of a personal level... she should work on developing... (what's it called) A PERSONALITY! Any man with her (or who was with her, quite a long-list there) was for Money or because she was EASY back in her college days.

    8 Giu 2014 Rispondi
  • Kiz88

    "she's kind of a prick". That's made my day. I've not heard her latest album, seems I wont have to.

    3 Apr 2014 Rispondi
  • Kiz88

    Whats the deal with Paula these days? I'm so out of the loop.

    1 Apr 2014 Rispondi
  • TabooEv

    I actually thought Raven was pretty good album, I like!

    20 Feb 2014 Rispondi
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