|PRO-CD-9147||Paula Cole||Me (HDCD, Single, Promo)||Imago , Warner Bros. Records||PRO-CD-9147||US||1997|
Courage is Paula Cole's fourth studio album. It marks her return to the music scene after nearly a decade-long hiatus. The album is a bit of a departure from her previous albums towards more of a jazz and folk sound this time. 14" was the first single from the album, while "Comin' Down" was released to Triple A radio in the US in early August. It also features the song "It's My Life" which was featured in Mercury automobile commercials. Comin' Down" (Paula Cole, Dean Parks) – 4:01.
Amen is the third studio album by Paula Cole. Perhaps due to poor promotion, the album failed to match the success of This Fire, only peaked at on the Billboard 200 chart, and selling 116,000 copies to date.
Paula Cole new songs, albums, biography, chart history, photos, videos, news, and more on Billboard, the go-to source for what's hot in music. Billboard 200. Triple A Songs. Hot 100. Ranked by performance on chart. 1 Top 10 Hit 2 Songs. Where Have All The Cowboys Gone? Paula Cole.
Paula Cole never watched the Grammys, which made it a little weird when she won the award for Best New Artist in 1997 (also weird, her first album was released in 1994). She made history that year, becoming the first woman nominated for Producer of the Year without a male accomplice. It was one of her seven nominations. Carl Jung said the single biggest influence on a person's life is the unfinished dreams of one's parents, and I really felt the weight of my mother's unfinished dream of her art making it out to the world. She raised us and was busy with us but would frequently be inside working on something. There was a period where my dad was going to Cornell trying to get his doctorate in Entomology. We were living in Ithaca, I was a little kid, and just for sanity she would tie me to a tree and go inside and work on her art projects.
Amen (Paula Cole album). Amen is Paula Cole's third studio album. Perhaps due to poor promotion, the album failed to match the success of This Fire, only selling 116,000 copies to date
Album: Greatest Hits - Postcards from East Oceanside, 2006. Thus I took the liberty to make my own video and upload it for you guys. This song means a lot to me so I tried to make a special video. DICLAIMER I do not own the audio or images used in this video. Song: "Me" by Paula Cole.
Gangsta's Paradise Paula Cole. Singin' In The Rain Paula Cole & Dolly Parton. The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan Paula Cole Band. Zinnias And Dahlias Paula Cole. 2 Lifetimes Paula Cole.
Paula Cole (born April 5, 1968 in Rockport, Massachusetts, USA) is an American singer and songwriter. Among her hits include "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone," "Me," "I Am So Ordinary," "I Believe In Love," and the theme to the WB's hit series "Dawson's Creek," "I Don't Want to Wait. An extraordinary songwriter with a gorgeous voice – Rolling Ston. feisty poet with a soaring voice and a funky groove.