Ask Me Anything is the second studio album by New Zealand singer-songwriter Jamie McDell. It was released 27 March 2015. Dumb" was released on 8 August 2014. It peaked at number 37 on the New Zealand singles chart. Crash" was released on 1 January 2015. It was also released as an EP which included acoustic and instrumental versions of the track, as well as the song "Imagination".
Ask Me Anything (album). Studio album by Jamie McDell. Ask Me Anything is the second studio album by New Zealand singer-songwriter Jamie McDell.
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Jamie McDell lyrics - 50 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Extraordinary Girl", "Life In Sunshine", "God Is A Woman". album: "Ask Me Anything" (2015). Falling Fly Honeys Dumb Five Years From Now Back Of My Mind Story Of John Moon Shines Red Crash Six Miles Wicked Man My Old Hands This Time Luck. single: "Tori" (2018). Tori A Liar Loves A Liar He Went To Paris. album: "Extraordinary Girl" (2018). Tori Running Now Extraordinary Girl 3AM Paint On A Sign Be Mine Slow Dream Boat Lady In Waiting No Womans Land A Liar Loves A Liar.
Riding a wave of success from her latest single 'Crash', Jamie McDell releases her sophomore album, Ask Me Anything. The album tells the stories of the new places, people, and situations that Jamie has experienced in the year since her certified Gold debut release, Six Strings And A Sailboat, which earned her the Tui for Best Pop Album at the 2013 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards. Each track on Ask Me Anything is deeply personal; a collection of direct and honest songs that showcase Jamie's raw talent for storytelling.
Ask Me Anything, McDell's second studio album, was released 27 March 2015. McDell's third studio album was released on 4 May 2018, independently released and recorded at House Of Blues, Studio D, Nashville TN. The album features various country icons such as Kasey Chambers, Bill Chambers and Tami Neilson. McDell entered the studio to begin recording her debut studio album in August 2012. The album was released 16 November 2012. It peaked at No. 8 on the New Zealand albums chart Her fourth single, "Angel", was released 1 February 2013. She wrote a song called "Ode to the Lines" for Global Citizen.
Album Ask Me Anything. All my clothes are spread across my bedroom floor I don't know how he left me waiting here wanting more. And I wouldn't think that you could understand How you left me feeling. With a little bit of luck and this pain in my gut I'd forget it for a one night stand I don't want to be in love cause its tearing me up And I swore I'd never do it again. Written By Jamie McDell.
Jamie McDell: Alt-country award winning guitarist and singer-songwriter from Auckland, New Zealand. She was discovered at the age of 16 by EMI Music New Zealand after sending them a demo tape of her acoustic original music. A Liar Loves a Liar, He Went To Paris, Fly Honeys и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
CreditsStuart Crichton - Composer
Mitch Kenny - Composer
Jamie McDell - Composer, Primary Artist
Kevin Mitchell - Composer
Esther Sparks - Composer
Rai Thistlethwayte - Featured Artist
Rai Thistlewayte - Composer
|1||Falling Stuart Crichton / Jamie McDell||Jamie McDell||3:49|
|2||Fly Honeys Jamie McDell||Jamie McDell||3:29|
|3||Dumb Jamie McDell / Mitch Kenny / Esther Sparks||Jamie McDell||3:20|
|4||Five Years From Now Jamie McDell||Jamie McDell||3:41|
|5||Back of My Mind Stuart Crichton / Jamie McDell / Rai Thistlewayte||Jamie McDell||3:10|
|6||Story of John Jamie McDell||Jamie McDell||4:23|
|7||Moon Shines Red Stuart Crichton / Jamie McDell||Jamie McDell||4:11|
|8||Crash Stuart Crichton / Jamie McDell||Jamie McDell||3:16|
|9||Six Miles Stuart Crichton / Jamie McDell||Jamie McDell||4:27|
|10||Wicked Man Jamie McDell||Jamie McDell||4:34|
|11||My Old Hands Stuart Crichton / Jamie McDell||Jamie McDell||3:38|
|12||This Time Stuart Crichton / Jamie McDell||Jamie McDell||3:30|
|13||Luck Jamie McDell / Kevin Mitchell||Jamie McDell||3:59|