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|1. A Matter Of Minutes|
|2. Whole New You|
|3. Nothing Like You|
|4. Anywhere You Go|
|6. Another Plane Went Down|
|7. Bound To You|
|8. Roger Wilco|
|9. Mr. Levon|
|10. One Small Year|
|11. I'll Say I'm Sorry Now|
After reading "Diamond In The Rough", and seeing Shawn play in Dublin with Mary Chapin Carpenter, I went back and listened to this CD again. Read morePublished on November 7, 2012 by GQ
You can't say a Whole Lot about this CD except brilliant and creepy. Predating and prophesying 9 11 makes this more that a music CD, it's a document. Read morePublished on August 1, 2012 by custee
CD does not play in any of my car CD players. I have contacted Amazon customer service and I have been told they are sending me a replacement.
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I love her other CD's but this one, not. Tried hard to like it and didn't succeed, because hey it's Shawn and she deserves the extra try to try to get it. Read morePublished on June 24, 2011 by Andrew M.
Talent like this doesn't turn up every day. That together with excellent arrangement is priceless. This album is absolute must companion next time you're stranded in that... Read morePublished on September 24, 2009 by P. Bedo
And this album certainly proves it.
*Whole New You* is Shawn's follow up album to A Few Small Repairs, but her life had changed dramatically. Read more
I have been a fan of Shawn Colvin's music since her first release, Steady On, back in the late 80s. This is the only item in her impressive catalogue that fails to grab me, even... Read morePublished on April 4, 2007 by Robert L. Smith
Shawn Colvin proves, once again, what an extremely gifted talent she has.
The songs included on this CD are not only musically great, but thought provoking as well. Read more
A Few Small Repairs had some great songs on there, and a catchy sound to it altogether that made the album very addictive and I loved many of the lyrics. Read morePublished on December 20, 2005 by Rocky