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Ordinary Day Import, Single

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Ordinary Day - Vanessa Carlton
  2. A Thousand Miles - Vanessa Carlton
  3. Ordinary Day - Vanessa Carlton


Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 10, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, Single
  • Label: Universal Import
  • ASIN: B00006J9P4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,764,387 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This is a must own for any pop music fan the lyrics are incredible and her piano and vocal skills prove themselves again if you liked "Thousand Miles" then you will love this. Recent criticism from some elements of the pop music culture that Vanessa's music is just more manufactured pop are in my opinion are unfounded her lyrics are the most sincere of almost any artist in the past few years. This is Vanessa at her best the sincerity shines through any clouds of doubt if you listen to her voice carefully and pay attention to her lyrics. Also she continues to prove her skills at the piano "Ordinary Day" in my opinion more than any of her other songs showcases her skills with the piano she handles masterfully the careful attention to detail that is required to make good piano music. And she continues to prove that the piano still has a place in modern pop music. All and all this album disserves no less than a five star rating for remarkable care to detail in timing and coordination in her use of the piano and her incredible voice. And most of all the careful thought she put into all of her lyrics and still maintaining the sincerity that makes great pop music in my opinion this is one of the best albums of all to date.
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This song has such a majestic grace and is so moving and NOT AT ALL boring. It's beautiful and easy to listen to over and over again. She has the perfect type of voice for it, and the only reason I rated this 4 stars is because I don't really care for the live version of "A Thousand Miles". But the rest is SOOO great. It comes highly recommended from me!
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As much as I love Vanessa Carlton's debut single "A Thousand Miles", I think that its follow-up, "Ordinary Day", is an even better song. It gives me even greater hope for the longevity and success of her career. Like "A Thousand Miles", this song is powered by Vanessa's mesmerizing piano play. The soft introductory notes combine with her lyrics to hint at something special later in the song. Here, she also showcases brief examples of the soaring vocals she possesses. Listening to it almost sends a chill down my back. Yet, what makes this song stand out the most is the sophistication of Carlton's lyrics. This song is about the fear and joy of embracing the love of another. In the hands of a lesser talent, the lyrics would about as subtle a kick in the gut. Carlton, however, makes the pondering and the possibilities seem so amazing that one cannot help but get swept up in the song's narrative. I can only hope that this continues to be a sign of things to come from this marvelous talent.
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I actually thought that there could not be a worser song than Vanessa C.'s last hit A Thousand Miles.She has proved me wrong with Ordinary Day,a really boring song.It had stupid lyrics and the tune can put insomniacs into a deep sleep.Avoid this song at all costs.
Peace Out.
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