Click here to visit Joss Stone’s official website. Watch the videos.. because they are so… so… interesting. Hahaha!
“Colour Me Free” Track Listing:
1. “Free Me”
2. “Could Have Been You”
3. “Parallel Lines” (featuring Jeff Beck and Sheila E.)
5. “4 and 20”
6. “Big ‘Ol Game” (featuring Raphael Saadiq)
7. “Governmentalist” (featuring Nas)
9. “You Got the Love”
10. “I Believe It to My Soul” (featuring David Sanborn)
11. “Stalemate” (featuring Jamie Hartman)
12. “Girlfriend on Demand”
Alright, since I’m a huge Robbie Williams fan and I like “Angels” so much, this video deserves to be embedded here. 😀 Oh things like these just make me giddy. Hihihi. Or maybe, my giddiness doesn’t have anything to do with this video. Maybe, giddy is just how I am these days. I’ve no idea why, really…but is that not just great!?
Performed at the February 2005 BRIT Awards where Joss Stone was nominated for British Breakthrough Act; and won British Female Solo Artist and British Urban Act—entering the Guinness World Records as the youngest BRIT Award solo winner at age seventeen.
I had her 2004 album, “Mind, Body and Soul“, and listened to it a lot while I was in El Nido in 2005-06. I rather liked “Snakes and Ladders“ a lot then. Mindset, people, mindset! 😀 The following music video is of the album’s lead single and Joss Stone’s biggest hit in the U.K. (or maybe everywhere too) to date, “You Had Me”.
To read what Wikipedia has on Joss Stone, click here.