Gaia actually loves this CD more than I do. She'll dance and sing repetitive lyrics and then ask for me to let the CD run a second time. Definitely a keeper amongst our road trip collection. (As a side note, I discovered this CD back in like 2005 before M.IA. was the bomb diggity.)
This is a great CD if you haven't listened to it in it's entirety. I love the non-famous songs way more than that Gwen Steffani track. Seriously, so good.
Believe it or not I actually pop in this album to keep me awake. Yes, Jewel is famous for being all slow and sad and perhaps making everyone a little sleepy, but because I know all the lyrics and can't help but sing along, it really helps keep me awake on those long stretches through Georgia/Alabama.
Okay so this one is probably the newest album I have in my CD collection because I forced Hutch to download it for me onto a disk so I could jam to it back before I had an mp3 option in my car. It's mash ups if you don't know Girl Talk. Totally fun.
I don't even care if you hate Rob Thomas, the radio, or pop/rock. I love Matchbox 20 and this CD helps me cover a lot of ground while driving. It's another one of those where I know every single word.
I grew up on this album because my DAD loves it. Yes, my father. I think it might be a secret, so don't tell his friends.
I like female vocalists, even Joanna. She's such a boss at the harp it's hard not to like her. I think her voice takes some getting used to,but I love this CD so very much.
By this point you're probably totally confused, but when I need my fix I just pop in this baby and get my groove on. I generally wait til Gaia is asleep for this one.
I love me some Janis Joplin. I could listen to "Summertime" all day every day.
I discovered Royskopp years ago when Geico had the caveman commercials. The song "Remind Me" is on the one with the moving sidewalk, and ever since then this album has been one of my favorites.