Joss Stone's new album, Water For Your Soul, covers a lot of stylistic ground. It started with reggae sessions partly inspired by her work in SuperHeavy with Damian Marley, who helped produce the record.
Stone's regular road band gets a chance to play stripped-down versions of the new songs on stage at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia. The young soul singer also discusses some of her other projects, including her Total World Tour — a plan to play every country on the globe.
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