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After cutting her teeth at such a young age, it's no wonder Jones wanted to make an album that at least alludes to feelings of comfort and familiarity.
This is not to say that Feels Like Home feels, well, familiar.
"Carnival Town" is a fine standout, with Nashville-style harmonizing that will place you on top of your convertible's backseat on a balmy summer evening, sipping lemonade and welcoming the sunset."Be Here to Love Me" is a Townes Van Zandt cover from his early album Our Mother of the Mountain that Jones resurrects with the help of the Band's Garth Hudson on accordion and a string section that's gone electric.
With the heart of a country girl, Jones lends enough soul to this classic that you wish she'd make good on her promise to record an album of standards and favorites.
This gives Jones a luxury that many pop artists simply don't have.
So she might have had a little bit more freedom recording her new album, Feels Like Home, than other new artists possess.
But it also answers several critics who speculated that Jones might not be much more than a pretty face with a pretty voice who happens to play a nice piano.But it's hard to believe that anyone saw that coming.