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Artist: Jessica Simpson
Release Year: 2003
Record Label: Columbia (USA)
Genre: Rock & Pop, Teen Pop
1. Sweetest Sin
2. With You
3. My Way Home
4. I Have Loved You
5. Forbidden Fruit
6. Everyday See You
8. You Don't Have to Let Go
9. Loving You
10. In This Skin
Playing Time: 42 min.
Distributor: Sony Music Distribution (
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a
Personnel: Jessica Simpson (vocals); Michael Spriggs, Chris Goercke (acoustic guitar); J.T. Cornfloss (electric guitar); Andy Marvell (guitar, keyboads, programming); Eric Kupper (guitar, keyboards); Billy Mann (guitar); Tommy Harden (keyboards); Alison Prestwood (bass); Kara Dio Guardi, Richie Jones (background vocals).Producers include: Ric Wake, Richie Jones, Billy Mann, Andy Mavell, Damon Elliott.Personnel: Jessica Simpson (vocals); Franne Golde (vocals, piano, background vocals); Eric Kupper (guitar, keyboards); Andy Marvel (guitar, keyboard programming, drum programming); Billy Mann (guitar, drum programming); Nick Moroch, Romeo Antonio (guitar); Chris Goercke, Michael Spriggs (acoustic guitar); Pat Buchanan, J.T. Corenflos (electric guitar); Charlie Bisharat (violin); John Catchings, Victor Lawrence (cello); Trina Harmon (strings, piano); Julian Bunetta, Jonathan Yudkin (strings); Damon Elliott (keyboards, percussion, programming); Keith Thomas (keyboards, programming); James Ginnetti (keyboards); Tommy Harden, Chad Cromwell (drums); Richie Jones (programming); Kara DioGuardi, Kasia Livingston, Jennifer Karr (background vocals).Audio Mixers: Patrick Woodward; Dave Pensado; Dan Hetzel; Keith Thomas ; Lee Mars; Tony Maserati ; Bill Whittington.Recording information: 785 Studios; 785 Studios, New York City; Big Baby Studios, NY; Bungalow A; Bungalow A And The Garage; Chartmaker Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Cove City Sound Studios, Long Island, NY; Henson Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Planet Mars Studios, New York, NY; Sony Studios, New York, NY; Sound On Sound Studios, NY; Stella Studios, London, England; Stonewall Sound, Malibu, CA; Stonewell Sound, Malibu, CA; Studio 19 Nashville, TN; Studio 19, Nashville, TN; The Bennett House, Franklin, TN; The Enterprise, Burbank, CA; The Garage; The Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA.Photographer: Tony Duran .Arrangers: Keith Thomas ; Andy Marvel; Billy Mann.Jessica Simpson's third album is a pleasing collection of soft-ish pop, projecting the same squeaky-clean sexuality of her first two releases, with nods in the direction of hip-hop and Madonna-style dance music. With titles such as "Sweetest Sin" and "Forbidden Fruit," it's a fair bet that Simpson has put her past as a poster girl for Christian music behind her--here she comes across like a more mature Britney.Simpson's at her best on songs like "Loving You," which imaginatively combines a hip-hop beat with a banjo sample in a spare, sexy arrangement that enhances her breathy vocals, while the country-tinged title track is an affecting appeal to be seen for what she is, not what she appears to be. IN THIS SKIN won't disappoint longtime Simpson-lovers and has more than enough broad pop appeal to guarantee her a host of new admirers.