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2017 release, the seventh album by Irish outfit The Corrs. It is their first new material in two years, following White Light (2015).[2] It was produced by T Bone Burnett, and recorded at RAK Studios in London. The band chose to include a song about Syria on the album, called "SOS (Song of Syria)", which they called their most "politically outspoken and evocative" song to date. Andrea also spoke of playing the song "Son of Solomon" for Burnett: "He said ''Okay, don''t play that any more''. When you''re on the verge of knowing something you''re much better than when you know it too well. And he was right. That''s when the magic happens." Caroline Corr described the recording process as "the most freeing experience we''ve had in the studio." The album was primarily recorded live, with minimal overdubbing. While working on the album, Burnett made use of 40 spools of two-inch tape and a Ludwig drum kit.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

1 Son of Solomon
2 Chasing Shadows
3 Bulletproof Love
4 Road to Eden

Disc: 2

1 Butter Flutter
2 Sos
3 Dear Life
4 No Go Baby

Disc: 3

1 Hit My Ground Running
2 Live Before I Die
3 Season of Our Love

Disc: 4

1 A Love Divine
2 The Sun and the Moon

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John W. Dunner
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bittersweet treats.
Reviewed in the United States on October 16, 2019
As of 2019, The Corrs have been a band for 29 years, and still releasing new material. The latest from this brother-and-sisters crew stylistically falls somewhere between the polished pop of 2000’s In Blue (with “Breathless,” perhaps the band’s biggest hit) and the... See more
As of 2019, The Corrs have been a band for 29 years, and still releasing new material. The latest from this brother-and-sisters crew stylistically falls somewhere between the polished pop of 2000’s In Blue (with “Breathless,” perhaps the band’s biggest hit) and the acoustic-Irish, parlor-show of 2006’s Home (with its collection of songs penned by Jean Corr, the band’s mom). Jupiter Calling shares common ground, both with layered harmonies (“Hit My Ground Running”) and fingerpicked six-strings (“Son of Solomon”). Throughout the album is a renewed emphasis on doubled violin-and-tin-whistle countermelodies that provide a constant reminder of The Corrs’ Irish heritage. The bittersweet treats culminate in “The Sun and the Moon,” a haunting, minor-key lament on lost love, delivered by Andrea Corr’s increasingly emotional vocal improvisations, soothed by supporting guitarist Anthony Drennan’s snaky electric caresses. I only wish there were more of the Corr sisters’ rich, trademark harmonies; too often, Jupiter Calling opens only the Andrea Corr door.
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WAYNE J PAINE
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Great melodic cd to listen to!
Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2019
I like The Coors and this is a good cd. It is very mellow and relaxing. Probably one of their best cds to just sit back and enjoy.
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Beautiful...but Blah
Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2018
Which Corr''s CD would you say is your favorite? The answer to this question will likely determine how well you''ll like "Jupiter Calling." If your mind instantly goes to the catchy pop tunes of "In Blue" and " Talk on Corners," you''ll likely be... See more
Which Corr''s CD would you say is your favorite? The answer to this question will likely determine how well you''ll like "Jupiter Calling." If your mind instantly goes to the catchy pop tunes of "In Blue" and " Talk on Corners," you''ll likely be extremely disappointed in their latest offering. However, if you lean toward the more organic sounds of "Home" and "Forgiven, Not Forgotten," you''ll be more apt to appreciate this release. Musically, this album is lovely and lush. It showcases the instrumental skills of the Corr siblings beautifully, and their songwriting is as fabulous as ever. The vocals are also gorgeous, though they are much more soft and subdued than we''ve heard in the majority of their prior work. Simply stated, this album is an artistic powerhouse.

However, from a pure enjoyment standpoint, this album falls short for this fan, even though I much prefer their more acoustic music. "White Light" was a near perfect comeback, beautifully bridging the gap between their traditional sounds and their full on pop tracks, while also leaving behind the more overt Adult Contemporary leanings of the rather lackluster "Borrowed Heaven," so my hopes were certainly high when I heard they had a new album forthcoming. Those hopes grew even higher upon listening to the gorgeous "Son of Solomon." While I still love that track, I wasn''t anticipating an album comprised of other songs which sounded almost exactly like it. Even on their more acoustic/folky releases, The Corrs always offered a wide array of musical sounds across their discs. With this album, I almost feel as though I''m listening to one song that lasts 50+ minutes, as that''s how stylistically similar the tracks are.

I don''t dislike the album by a long shot, and I think I''ll grow to like it more over time. However, I really only see myself listening to this one as background music for yoga or meditation, or for relaxing with a hot bath or a nice bottle of wine. This definitely isn''t an album I think I''ll be cranking up in my car with the windows down or popping on to get me moving. It''s beautiful...but blah.
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Rick Stewart
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So different, their best.
Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2021
The first time I listened to Jupiter Calling I knew it would be on my list of all time favorites. I have given it away to insure it was given a chance by a new listener, and bought it again. If you haven''t, you should hear it.
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Jeffrey A. Peterson
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Great music group
Reviewed in the United States on January 21, 2020
I love listening to their music. I am sad that they are no longer together.
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good cd
Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2020
this cd is great for those days when you want some mello listening music
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Hallla
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Amazing album
Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2018
Amazing new album from the Corrs! Can''t stop listening to it. Thoughtful and genuine.
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Vicky C.
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My Favorite.
Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2020
I have several Corr''s CD''s and this is by far my favorite.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Most organic sounding album from The corrs
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 9, 2017
Jupiter calling is the most organic sounding album the corrs have ever made and has that live vibe which results into a stunning collection of beautiful,haunting songs.Andrea''s vocals are gorgeous on every track as well as the harmonies from the rest of the band.there are...See more
Jupiter calling is the most organic sounding album the corrs have ever made and has that live vibe which results into a stunning collection of beautiful,haunting songs.Andrea''s vocals are gorgeous on every track as well as the harmonies from the rest of the band.there are many highlights from the album one of them being the haunting closing track the sun and the moon other gems are the catchy happy track hit my ground running as well as the lovely road to eden and dear life as well as many others.there is a very moving song that andrea wrote which is a short song called no go baby which is about a miscarriage andrea had.so hope this beautiful album has lots of success because it deserves too highly reccomend jupiter calling.
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Scarlet Jupiter
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233. Jupiter calling, Scarlet receiving
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 18, 2017
From the release of their magnificent "Forgiven, not forgotten" debut in 1995, their poptastic crossover "Talk on corners" (1997), to the enchanting songbook of traditional Irish songs (2005''s "Home"), and 2015''s great comeback "White light", Ireland''s premium musical...See more
From the release of their magnificent "Forgiven, not forgotten" debut in 1995, their poptastic crossover "Talk on corners" (1997), to the enchanting songbook of traditional Irish songs (2005''s "Home"), and 2015''s great comeback "White light", Ireland''s premium musical family are one of only few Irish artists that really broke international boundaries and enjoyed mainstream success. With their blend of traditional Irish folk and pop sensibilities, they struck gold, producing hits that reached high in various charts globally, and achieving gold and multi-platinum status (they have sold over 40 million albums worldwide). Following on from "White light", they return to prove that they have not lost their knack for penning those irresistable melodies they are loved for. Taking its title from its centrepiece song, "SOS (Song of Syria)", "Jupiter" was mostly recorded live, with minimal intervention by hi-tech wizardry. Producer T-Bone Burnett has provided his expertise, giving their sound a little twist, and the end result finds them at their most stripped-down and warm-sounding, organic and unpolished (very much like on their wonderful 1999 MTV Unplugged album). The hooks, the harmonies, the Celtic undertow, the nostalgic feel, the political thematology which they so subtly incorporated in the previous album, they are all present here. The intimate, pared-down moments are the most effective, as witnessed by heartfelt cuts like "Son of Solomon" and "Live before I die", both prime examples of the band''s incomparable ear for melody. The atmospheric "Season of our love", the most produced cut on here, is another highlight. One of the most unexpected surprises is the gentle, gorgeous "No go baby", a very personal 3-minute little beauty about a miscarriage. And closing track, "The sun and the moon", which grew out of studio improvisation, takes the place of the band''s famous instrumental pieces (surprisingly there are none on this set). As ever, the songs owe much to the serene vocals of raven-haired beauty Andrea who continues to front the band with such grace; her melancholic delivery is heavenly, and reason enough to overcome or forgive them any lyrical missteps. The Corrs'' sheer pleasantness is almost impossible to resist, and their presence works like a perfect antidote in the bland and noisy musical landscape that is dominated by soulless, processed so-called songs. Jupiter calling, Scarlet receiving...
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Back to their roots.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 11, 2017
After being a bit underwhelmed by the last Corrs single SOS, I am really pleased with their new album, Jupiter Calling. The songs and the performances are top notch. Don''t expect the big production of their previous hits - which were great. Renowned producer T Bone Burnett...See more
After being a bit underwhelmed by the last Corrs single SOS, I am really pleased with their new album, Jupiter Calling. The songs and the performances are top notch. Don''t expect the big production of their previous hits - which were great. Renowned producer T Bone Burnett has taken The Corrs right back to their roots and the album has a fabulous live, uncluttered sound. Andrea sounds better than ever. Highly recommended.
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FloydP
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WOW - A return to their roots
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 20, 2019
Ok lets start with the obvious and get it out of the way, yes Andrea sounds different. She sounds like she sings in a much lower register, however this gives the tracks a very calming and relaxing vibe. Guess what folks, she is 20 years older than she was when they released...See more
Ok lets start with the obvious and get it out of the way, yes Andrea sounds different. She sounds like she sings in a much lower register, however this gives the tracks a very calming and relaxing vibe. Guess what folks, she is 20 years older than she was when they released their first Album. There are a lot of songs on this Album where the old ''strong voiced'' Andrea breaks through and these are where the ''calming'' vibe turns into a floor filling kind of vibe. No go Baby is an absolute must listen. Never has a song hit me as much as that. I love and will always stand by The Corrs, but this album over the others, every song has a purpose, a message or story to tell. There are no fillers in here, just pure heart. I loved White Light and its attempt at being a Gaga-esque party record, but haunting emotional melodies with VIOLINS are where The Corrs are strongest.
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Ali K
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Charming album
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 17, 2017
Jupiter Calling may not be crammed with hits like Talk on Corners but is nonetheless a charming collection of songs. The siblings have moved away from the pop feel of White Light towards a more understated, traditional sound, not dissimilar to Home but their own...See more
Jupiter Calling may not be crammed with hits like Talk on Corners but is nonetheless a charming collection of songs. The siblings have moved away from the pop feel of White Light towards a more understated, traditional sound, not dissimilar to Home but their own compositions. The stand-out tracks for me are the ballads Road To Eden and Live Before I Die. Also beautiful in their simplicity are Dear Life and Son Of Solomon, as well as the up-tempo numbers Hit My Ground Running, Bulletproof Love, Butter Flutter, single SOS and the haunting Season Of Our Love. I hope they tour with this album and thank them for the wonderful inspiration they provide for my own violinist, guitarist and pianist daughters.
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