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Greatest Hits: Postcards from East Oceanside
The tracks are sexy, hypnotic, jazzy, meaningful, addicting, exciting....just amazing!
Bravo Paula Cole for your amazing courage to re-enter the music industry and to share your tremendous & amazing talent with the world!
In particular, I liked Comin’ Down, El Greco, and I Wanna Kiss You, but all of the tracks are great.
Paula Cole first came to my attention with her hit song, Where Have All the Cowboys Gone. That was from her second album, This Far. In this, her fourth album, Ms. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kurt A. Johnson
Not the usual that I would expect from Paula. Kind of off the norm for her.Published 4 months ago by Julie Selway
This was an excellent transaction.!!! Product was in great shape and as advertised.It totally and completely met my expectations.Will do it again.Published 17 months ago by amafan
A welcome return from an artist who is far above the pack - great songwriting, production values, and a larger variety of musical styles, although she is less in your face with... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Andrew
Paula Cole has exceeded herself. This album is sensational. Each and every song is beautifully performed and produced. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Patricia Farrugia
Just be quiet and listen. Awesome. Paula offers a nice variety and she can go from zero to 100 in a blink. Read morePublished 22 months ago by PauseButtonAudio
I have said it in other reviews, and I will say it again.
Your songs and the way you deliver them has helped me through many a mood swing. Read more
my 2 cents worth: I think that the duet 'Until I Met You' with Paul Buchanan is one of the finest songs I have ever heard in my life. Read morePublished on January 19, 2011 by David Alexander
I have never experienced an artist who has such a deep love for what she does and is able to express it through her work as she does. Read morePublished on September 26, 2010 by N. Winrod