- Summary: A 16-year-old white British girl singing covers of American soul classics? Odd as it may sound, that is the recipe for a hit, as evidenced by this debut album for Dover, England teenager Joss Stone, who tackles works by everyone from Aretha Franklin to, well, the White Stripes.
- Record Label: S-Curve
- Genre(s): Adult Alternative, R&B, Soul
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BigGirlSep 15, 2004She's the next Aretha and Natalie Cole.
EloBMar 5, 2004I keep hearing it in my head and it sounds good!
HSMar 13, 2004Excellent and refreshing! I can't wait for her next album (in the works before this one) of her own material...
ChrisJMar 4, 2006Candi Stanton?! You f*cking prat! Cracking voice, good songs, and she's English!
VictorBMar 3, 2004Very well done! I won't comment on the fact that Joss Stone is white and sings 'black' because everyone is doing that these days. Joss Stone took mostly old soul standards and held her own in singing them, no small feat when you see the American Idol finalists barly able to pull off one song of this caliber. In however efficient Joss Strone is in taking us to 'back in the day' she never takes us anywhere new except on the reworking of "Fell in Love With A Boy". Nothing else gives us a reason to buy this disc and not a remastered one by the original artists. … Expand
izataSep 23, 2006Lame... lame... overrated.... boring... one of the worst album i bought... stoooooopid!!!!
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