Complete List Of Jewel Albums And Songs

Jewel Albums

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This Complete List Of  Jewel Albums And Songs presents the full discography of Jewel studio albums. Jewel was born on May 23, 1974.  Jewel hails from the area of Payson, Utah. This complete Jewel discography also includes every single Jewel live album. All these warm and yet exciting Jewel albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Jewel album as well as all original Jewel album covers. Every Jewel album listed below showcases the entire album tracklisting.


Pieces of You

Released 1995

Jewel’s debut album, “Pieces of You,” was a critical and commercial success, showcasing her folk-oriented musical style and poetic lyricism. The rawness of the tracks, combined with her hauntingly beautiful voice, brought a unique listening experience. Notably, the album features her hit single “Who Will Save Your Soul,” which catapulted her into the mainstream. “Pieces of You” became one of the best-selling debut albums of all time, attesting to Jewel’s undeniable talent and appeal.

I was teaching piano at the time and many of my younger female students wanted to learn her songs. I realized instantly that Jewel would become a big star because I saw how much my younger students loved her. The same exact thing happened about ten years later when my next generation of students wanted to learn the songs of a new singer called Taylor Swift.

The album featured Jewel on vocals and guitar, with additional musicians like Steve Poltz (guitar), and Jennifer Condos (bass). “Pieces of You” was produced by Ben Keith. It was released under the Atlantic Records label. The album was primarily recorded at The Innerchange, a coffeehouse in San Diego, and some studio tracks were recorded at Neil Young’s ranch, offering a blend of live recordings and studio-produced tracks between 1994 and 1995.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Who Will Save Your Soul” – 4:00
  2. “Pieces of You” – 4:15
  3. “Little Sister” – 2:29
  4. “Foolish Games” – 5:39
  5. “Near You Always” – 3:08
  6. “Painters” – 6:43
  7. “Morning Song” – 3:35
  8. “Adrian” – 7:02
  9. “I’m Sensitive” – 2:54
  10. “You Were Meant for Me” – 4:12
  11. “Don’t” – 3:36
  12. “Daddy” – 3:49
  13. “Angel Standing By” – 2:38
  14. “Amen” – 4:32


Released 1998

After the immense success of her debut, Jewel followed up with “Spirit,” an album that explored a slightly different musical territory while still maintaining her folk-pop sensibilities. The album features some of Jewel’s most celebrated songs, such as “Hands” and “Down So Long,” providing a mixture of introspective ballads and more uplifting, inspirational tracks.

Jewel worked with producer Patrick Leonard for the project, creating a sound that was somewhat more polished and radio-friendly compared to her debut. Many of us first heard of Patrick Leonard from the work he had done during the early part of Madonna’s career. “Spirit” was recorded at The Site and Groove Masters in California, USA, in 1998.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Deep Water” – 4:16
  2. “What’s Simple Is True” – 3:34
  3. “Hands” – 3:54
  4. “Kiss the Flame” – 3:17
  5. “Down So Long” – 4:10
  6. “Innocence Maintained” – 4:08
  7. “Jupiter” – 4:18
  8. “Fat Boy” – 2:54
  9. “Enter from the East” – 4:02
  10. “Barcelona” – 3:53
  11. “Life Uncommon” – 4:56
  12. “Do You” – 4:21
  13. “Absence of Fear” – 3:43
  14. “This Little Bird” – 2:39 (hidden track)

This Way

Released 2001

Jewel’s third studio album “This Way” showcased her evolving sound and songwriting. The album leaned into pop and rock territories, bringing forth a different musical atmosphere compared to her folk-inclined earlier work. The singles “Standing Still” and “Break Me” received considerable radio play, with the former becoming one of her well-known tracks. The album charted well, reaching number 9 on the Billboard 200 and was certified platinum by the RIAA.

Jewel performed vocals and was involved in the writing of all tracks. The album was produced by Dan Huff and Jewel herself, revealing her expanding role in the creation of her music. “This Way” was recorded at Shangri-La Studio, Malibu, CA and Ocean Way Recording, Nashville, TN, during the early months of 2001.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Standing Still” – 4:30
  2. “Jesus Loves You” – 4:00
  3. “Everybody Needs Someone Sometime” – 4:09
  4. “Break Me” – 4:04
  5. “Do You Want to Play?” – 3:54
  6. “Till We Run Out of Road” – 4:42
  7. “Serve the Ego” – 4:57
  8. “This Way” – 4:16
  9. “Cleveland” – 4:09
  10. “I Won’t Walk Away” – 4:46
  11. “Love Me, Just Leave Me Alone” – 4:00
  12. “The New Wild West” – 4:00
  13. “Grey Matter” – 3:08 (Hidden track)
  14. “Sometimes It Be That Way” – 3:04 (Hidden track)


Released 2003

“0304” marked a significant departure from Jewel’s previous work, exploring elements of dance-pop and electronic music. This album, containing the hit “Intuition,” received mixed reviews from critics due to its distinct pop orientation but achieved substantial commercial success. “Intuition” became one of her most recognizable songs, despite (or perhaps due to) its stylistic divergence from her earlier work.

The album enlisted the talents of musicians like Tim Pierce on guitars, Mike Elizondo on bass, and Abe Laboriel Jr. on drums, amongst others. “0304” was produced by Jewel and Lester Mendez, showcasing an adventurous and experimental era in her discography. The recording sessions mainly took place at Conway Studios in Hollywood, CA, in 2002.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Stand” – 3:14
  2. “Run 2 U” – 3:38
  3. “Intuition” – 3:48
  4. “Leave the Lights On” – 3:22
  5. “2 Find U” – 3:16
  6. “Fragile Heart” – 3:20
  7. “Doin’ Fine” – 3:14
  8. “2 Become 1” – 4:39
  9. “Haunted” – 4:53
  10. “Sweet Temptation” – 4:10
  11. “Yes U Can” – 4:01
  12. “U & Me = Love” – 3:38
  13. “America” – 3:43
  14. “Becoming” – 3:06 (Hidden track)

Goodbye Alice in Wonderland

Released 2006

Jewel’s sixth studio album, “Goodbye Alice in Wonderland,” marked a return to her roots, embracing the folk-pop sound that initially brought her fame. The album narrates a coming-of-age story with introspective and personal lyrics, offering a glimpse into her experiences in the entertainment industry. While the album did not achieve the same commercial success as its predecessors, it was praised for its authenticity and lyrical depth.

Jewel was heavily involved in the writing and production of the album, alongside producers Rob Cavallo and Patrick Leonard. Musicians included Leland Sklar on bass, Tim Pierce on guitars, and Matt Chamberlain on drums. The album was recorded during 2005, mainly at Sage and Sound Recording, Hollywood, CA and Conway Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Again and Again” – 3:57
  2. “Long Slow Slide” – 3:48
  3. “Goodbye Alice in Wonderland” – 5:06
  4. “Good Day” – 3:46
  5. “Satellite” – 4:42
  6. “Only One Too” – 3:05
  7. “Words Get in the Way” – 3:59
  8. “Drive to You” – 4:14
  9. “Last Dance Rodeo” – 6:20
  10. “Fragile Heart” – 3:20
  11. “Stephenville, TX” – 3:57
  12. “Where You Are” – 3:27
  13. “1000 Miles Away” – 3:48

Perfectly Clear

Released 2008

Perfectly Clear, Jewel’s seventh studio album, demonstrates her venture into the country music genre. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, confirming her successful crossover into country territory. The lead single “Stronger Woman” became a hit on country radio, solidifying her place within the genre.

The album enlisted John Rich as the producer and was recorded at various studios, including The Starstruck Studio, Nashville, TN, and The Sound Kitchen, Franklin, TN. Musicians included Robbie Turner on steel guitar, Chad Cromwell on drums, and Mike Johnson on dobro, among others, highlighting the prominent country influence in its sound.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Stronger Woman” – 4:02
  2. “I Do” – 4:04
  3. “Love is a Garden” – 2:48
  4. “Rosey and Mick” – 3:34
  5. “Anyone But You” – 3:55
  6. “Thump Thump” – 3:58
  7. “Two Become One” – 4:38
  8. “Till It Feels Like Cheating” – 4:00
  9. “Everything Reminds Me of You” – 3:29
  10. “Love by You (Cowboy Waltz)” – 2:53
  11. “Perfectly Clear” – 2:56


Released 2009

Jewel’s eighth studio album, “Lullaby,” takes a gentle and soothing turn, comprising a collection of lullabies written and performed by the artist. This album was aimed at both children and adults, featuring a blend of new songs and renditions of classic lullabies, along with a few of Jewel’s hits adapted into lullabies. The album provided a calming, peaceful listening experience, and it was lauded for its simplicity and the purity of Jewel’s vocal delivery.

Jewel was not only the performer but also took the helm in production, crafting an intimate and tender atmosphere throughout the album. The album was recorded in Jewel’s home studio in Stephenville, Texas, providing a warm and personal touch to the project.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Raven” – 4:08
  2. “All the Animals” – 3:22
  3. “Sweet Dreams” – 3:36
  4. “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” – 3:08
  5. “Circle Song” – 3:13
  6. “The Cowboy’s Lament” – 3:14
  7. “Daydream Land” – 3:06
  8. “Sov Gott (Sleep Well)” – 4:42
  9. “Dreamer” – 4:23
  10. “Forever and a Day (Always)” – 3:14
  11. “Gloria” – 3:59
  12. “Someday Soon” – 3:38
  13. “Brahms’ Lullaby” – 3:27

Sweet and Wild

Released 2010

Jewel’s ninth studio album, “Sweet and Wild,” continued her journey in the country music realm. The album explores themes of love, nostalgia, and reflection, capturing various moods from upbeat, playful tunes to sentimental, heartfelt ballads. “Sweet and Wild” was generally well-received, with critics highlighting Jewel’s distinct, angelic voice and songwriting depth.

Jewel collaborated with several musicians and producers, but she was also intricately involved in the creative and production processes. The album was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, reflecting its genuine country sound and staying true to the genre’s roots.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “No Good in Goodbye” – 3:24
  2. “I Love You Forever” – 4:25
  3. “Fading” – 3:34
  4. “What You Are” – 3:40
  5. “Bad as It Gets” – 3:55
  6. “Summer Home in Your Arms” – 2:55
  7. “Stay Here Forever” – 2:59
  8. “No More Heartaches” – 2:50
  9. “One True Thing” – 4:14
  10. “Ten” – 3:25
  11. “Satisfied” – 4:09

The Merry Goes ‘Round

Released 2011

Jewel navigated toward creating a children’s album, “The Merry Goes ‘Round,” drawing upon the inspiration from her own experiences as a new mother. Her intention was to craft an album that was as enjoyable for parents as it was for children. Fusing various musical styles including folk, jazz, and pop, she created a lively and dynamic sound palette that appealed to listeners of all ages.

This album was recorded at The RedStar Recording Studio, in Silver Lake, California. Jewel worked with producers Robbie Kondor and Jewel herself to create this playful and engaging record.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Sammy the Spider”
  2. “Supermarket Song”
  3. “Just Like Penguins Do”
  4. “Bucky the Bull”
  5. “She’ll Be Comin’ Round the Mountain”
  6. “Sara Swan Sleepy Head”
  7. “Play Day”
  8. “Only Shadows”
  9. “Gimme Five”
  10. “My Favorite Things”
  11. “And the Green Grass Grew All Around”
  12. “The Cowboy’s Lament”
  13. “Snooze Button Blues”
  14. “Happy”

Let’s Go Drive

Released 2013

“Let’s Go Drive” is a cozy, intimate offering from Jewel, replete with the serene and gentle vocals that fans have come to adore. The album unfolds like a tranquil journey, inviting listeners to bask in its unassuming, heartwarming melodies and straightforward, poignant lyricism. Although it wasn’t promoted extensively, it was positively received by those who encountered it, often praised for its simplicity and emotional sincerity.

While Jewel typically offers insightful liner notes, details about the recording session, musicians, and producers for “Let’s Go Drive” are scant. The album unfolds with a subtle, laid-back vibe, serving as a mellow yet beautiful backdrop for introspective evenings or peaceful drives.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Let’s Go Drive”
  2. “Love Is Everything”
  3. “Two Become One”
  4. “Here When Gone”
  5. “Ten”
  6. “Satisfied”
  7. “Snooze Button Blues”
  8. “Supermarket Song”
  9. “Just Like Penguins Do”
  10. “Bucky the Bull”
  11. “She’ll Be Comin’ Round the Mountain”
  12. “And the Green Grass Grew All Around”

Picking Up the Pieces

Released 2015

Jewel’s “Picking Up the Pieces” marked a return to her folk and American roots, capturing a raw and unpolished sound that harkens back to her first album, “Pieces of You”. She decided to independently produce this album to retain control over the authenticity and emotiveness of each track. The album explores her evolution as an artist, a woman, and a person who has experienced the tribulations and triumphs of life.

“Picking Up the Pieces” was recorded at The Clubhouse in Rhinebeck, New York, during the period of late 2014 and early 2015. The album was produced by Jewel herself, and it was a project that she deeply embedded her emotions and experiences into, creating something truly heartfelt and earnest.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Love Used to Be”
  2. “A Boy Needs a Bike”
  3. “Everything Breaks”
  4. “Family Tree”
  5. “It Doesn’t Hurt Right Now” (featuring Rodney Crowell)
  6. “His Pleasure Is My Pain”
  7. “Here When Gone”
  8. “The Shape of You”
  9. “Plain Jane”
  10. “Pretty Faced Fool”
  11. “Nicotine Love”
  12. “Carnivore”
  13. “My Father’s Daughter” (featuring Dolly Parton)
  14. “Mercy”

Freewheelin’ Woman

Released 2022

Jewel’s 2022 album found the singer immersed in the genre of R&B.

CD Track Listings:

1. “Long Way ‘Round” – 4:05
2. “Dancing Slow” – featuring Train – 3:20
3. “Alibis” – 2:54
4. “Grateful” – 4:17
5. “Half Life” – 3:56
6. “Almost” -4:17
7. “Dance Sing Laugh Love” – 3:23
8. “Living with Your Memory” – 3:14
9. “No More Tears” – featuring Darius Rucker – 3:34
10. “When You Loved Me” – 4:00
11. “Love Wins” – 3:42
12. “Nothing But Love” – 4:11


Jewel: Live at Humphrey’s By The Bay

Released: 2004

“Jewel: Live at Humphrey’s By The Bay” is Jewel’s first live album, showcasing her ability to charm an audience with her voice and guitar. The album was recorded at a performance in San Diego, California, capturing an intimate and acoustic atmosphere that her fans have loved since her beginnings in the folk coffeehouse scene. It features Jewel performing a selection of her hits and fan favorites, exhibiting her range from playful to heartfelt to downright soulful.

The album features Jewel on vocals and guitar, expressing her unique blend of folk, pop, and country. She commands the stage solo, sharing stories and thoughts between songs, creating a personal connection with the audience. The album was recorded at Humphrey’s Concerts By the Bay in San Diego, California, on April 3, 2001. The audio presentation of this live performance allows listeners to immerse themselves into the live experience of Jewel’s distinctive and authentic artistry.

CD Track Listings:

    1. “Per la Gloria D’Adorarvi”
    2. “Near You Always”
    3. “Kiss the Flame”
    4. “Rosy and Mick”
    5. “Everything Breaks”
    6. “Sometimes It Be That Way”
    7. “Grey Matter”
    8. “Break Me”
    9. “The New Wild West”
  1. “You Were Meant for Me”
  2. “Hands”
  3. “Everybody Needs Someone Sometime”
  4. “Who Will Save Your Soul”
  5. “Love Me, Just Leave Me Alone”
  6. “Do You Want to Play?”


Greatest Hits

Released: 2013

Jewel’s “Greatest Hits” is a testament to her varied career, bringing together the best of her work from across the years. Released by Rhino Records, it brings together chart-topping tracks and fan favorites in one comprehensive collection, spanning the realms of folk, pop, and country. In addition to her iconic hits, the album features two new recordings: an excellent duet with Kelly Clarkson on “Foolish Games” and a version of “You Were Meant for Me” with the Pistol Annies. The collection spans Jewel’s career from her 1995 debut up until its release, illustrating the artist’s evolution and continuing impact on the music industry.

The album comprises work with various musicians and producers from her past albums, including Patrick Leonard, Ben Keith, and Jewel herself. The recordings took place in various studios over the span of Jewel’s career and thus encapsulated a wide array of musical environments and contexts.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Who Will Save Your Soul”
  2. “You Were Meant For Me”
  3. “Foolish Games”
  4. “Hands”
  5. “Down So Long”
  6. “Jupiter (Swallow the Moon)”
  7. “Standing Still”
  8. “Break Me”
  9. “Intuition”
  10. “Good Day”
  11. “Stronger Woman”
  12. “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”
  13. “Satisfied”
  14. “Foolish Games”  with Kelly Clarkson
  15. “You Were Meant for Me” with the Pistol Annies
  16. “Two Hearts Breaking”

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