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Chico_cool
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posted: 5/6/2004 at 10:30:06 PM ET
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Hi, I want to know what's the exact genre of the Jewel's music, and I 'd like to know the genre music of Tori Amos, thanks!!!

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posted: 5/8/2004 at 4:00:17 AM ET
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it seems to me that they both are considered pop/rock

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    Hi, I want to know what's the exact genre of the Jewel's music, and I 'd like to know the genre music of Tori Amos, thanks!!!


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posted: 8/27/2005 at 6:50:30 PM ET
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Some of Jewel's music has been described as pop, folk, country, dance. Yes pop/folk is a good description. Keep in mind that Jewel's live shows are typically intimate solo acoustic experiences that are different than the music you hear on the radio. Visit http://JewelForum.com/ to discuss Jewel's music with fans.

JewelForum.com

Pete
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I think Jewel's style of music can best be described as Ragist Proto-disabled crypto-dyslexic incest-surviving Rhyhypnol-addicted closet-necrophiliac Techno, although the elements of postmodernist-modulation, Locrian Modes and the use of Arabic scales presents an aspect of chronologically and folically-challenged Tuscan-themed modalities with hints of Dadaism.
I find prolonged listening also affects my spelling ability.


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