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Brave Import

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 8, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Liberty
  • ASIN: B0007VRRVM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,903,146 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Jamie O'Neal finally returns with a follow up album to her fantastic 2000 debut SHIVER. With a great debut album like that, it's hard to come up with something just as good. In that respect, BRAVE is not as good as SHIVER. It's still got some great tracks though. A lot are leftovers from her unreleased 2003 album for Mercury Records, she was then dropped and signed to Capitol Records, and here we are now. The first single "Trying To Find Atlantis" is a top 20 hit and it's lots of fun, a great uptempo song. Other older songs making the cut are the fantastic ballads "When Did You Know", "On My Way To You", and "Ready When It Comes". The new songs will take more getting used to for me but some highlights include "Follow Me Home", "Girlfriends" (bound to be a big hit), and the title track. Overall, it's good to have her back in the music fold!
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Prime Cuts: When Did You Know, Brave, Ready When It Comes

If a picture could paint a thousand words, O'Neal's latest CD cover speaks volumes. With her bronze tan and her platinum blonde locks, O'Neal's new Tara Reid looks compasses the direction of her latest musical venture. Slink, trendy, polished and pop-country savvy, "Brave" is glittered with all the beeps and whistles of modern pyrotechnics and a few sonic surprises (including hand claps, a kids' chorus and dogs barking). Fans of this Australian's debut record "Shiver," will find have much to savor as "Brave" continues the pop-country in-roads already paved by O'Neal's previous effort. Nevertheless, as a Nash-pop record, how does it flare? There is at least a knockout, a few tracks that could pass muster and a few perfunctory fillers.

Nowadays, few tracks have that arresting prowess to stop the listener dead in the tracks as in the Monty Criswell & Tim Mensy composition "When Did You Know." A gorgeous piano-and-strings power ballad punctuated with the penetrating chorus: "When did you know I wasn't the one," the demise of romance has had never been so acerbically captured in song. Fueled by O'Neal's melismatic delivery, this is powerful stuff---a track that has hit written all over it and it absolutely deserves incessant airplay.

Other soul stirring moments abound: the title cut, co-penned by O'Neal, is a little homily about weathering the storms of life. With her heartfelt delivery that resembles a more mature sounding LeAnn Rimes "Brave" is bound to incur "Amens" of ascent. Somehow this theme of strength in the midst of tribulation is carried over to the propulsive "Ready When It Comes.
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The wait is finally over for Jamie O'Neal's long awaited follow up to the 2000 hit cd Shiver and she delivers the goods. If you want a variety of music and styling this is the cd for you

Top pics; Tryin to find Atlantis, Devil on the left, Brave, When did you know and Naive.

The only downside to this cd in my opinion is the fact that she has a few filler songs that are lighthearted fun songs that celebrate her friends and family ( Girlfriends and I love my life). These songs also would mostly appeal to females ( being a male these are my least favorites)

Overall this is a great cd and Jamie O'Neal is one of the best female country vocalists out there today
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First, to T. Yap...I didn't agree with many of your opinions on this CD but I thought your review was very well written and supported. I hate when people write a review of something and just say "it stunk". Whether you agree or disagree with someone's liking or disliking of a CD, when they present their reasons eloquently, you have to respect it, and it is certainly more useful to people who might be considering buying the CD when you can tell why you liked or didn't like it.

Next, I really love this CD. The main reason is that I think Jamie O'Neal has a very emotional voice that draws the listener in and makes every song sound great, even if the music or lyrics don't pull you in. Sometimes when I listen to a CD it takes a while for me to love songs, and sometimes I connect with them right away. There is a mix on here. I loved "Trying to Find Atlantis" when it was on the website when her 2003 CD was due out and was never released (same with "When Did You Know") so I've been waiting for these two tracks, hoping they wouldn't be lost in oblivion due to the label dropping her on the eve of the release. Other tracks grew on me, but another one I loved instantly was "Devil on the Left". It has a really bluesy type of feel that I enjoyed on her last release on the song "The Only Thing Wrong". I like to sing, and one way I can tell a good song is if it makes we want to sing it. "Devil on the Left" definitely has that. And certainly the theme of fighting an internal battle between good and bad is pretty universal. "Naive" also had me singing along instantly although probably because of the music and the way she sings it not so much the lyrics.

I am not a traditional country fan...
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