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Recorded in a studio on singer Neil Young's ranch, it included Young's backing band, The Stray Gators, who played on his Harvest and Harvest Moon albums.Part of the album was recorded live at The Inner Change Cafe in San Diego, where she had risen to local fame.Jewel was raised in Homer, Alaska, where she grew up singing and yodeling as a duo with her father, a local musician.At age fifteen, she received a partial scholarship at the Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan, where she studied operatic voice.Other singles followed, including a new version of "Jupiter (Swallow the Moon)," "What's Simple Is True," which she meant to be the theme song to her upcoming movie, and the charity single "Life Uncommon." Shortly after the release of Spirit, Jewel made her acting debut playing the character Sue Lee Shelley in Ang Lee's Western film Ride with the Devil (1999), opposite Tobey Maguire.The film received mixed-positive reviews, though critic Roger Ebert praised her performance, writing: "Jewel deserves praise for, quite simply, performing her character in a convincing and unmannered way.After graduating, she began writing and performing at clubs and coffeehouses in San Diego, California.
(He also appeared in the song's second, better-known video.) The Rugburns opened for Jewel on her Tiny Lights tour in 1997.
In 2003, she released 0304, which marked a departure from her previous folk-oriented records, featuring electronic arrangements and elements of dance-pop.
In 2008, she released Perfectly Clear, her first country album; it debuted atop Billboards Top Country Albums chart and featured three singles, "Stronger Woman", "I Do", and "'Til It Feels Like Cheating".
Although Jewel herself does not subscribe to this mailing list, she maintained communication with her EA fans.
On July 18 and 19, 1996, she gave a two-day concert known as "Jewel Stock" at the Bearsville Theatre.
The debut single from the album, "Who Will Save Your Soul", peaked at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100; two others, "You Were Meant for Me" and "Foolish Games", reached number two on the Hot 100, and were listed on Billboards 1998 year-end singles chart.