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Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop
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All Artists: Jai
Title: Heaven
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 5
Label: RCA
Release Date: 11/11/1997
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop
Style: Easy Listening
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 078636751429, 078636751443

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The Artist formerly known as Jai
David R. Moon | 10/22/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Under his given name, Jason Rowe (a/k/a Jai) is soon to be releasing a new CD called "Lovelife" (it's on a German record label called Four Music and is slated for a Feburary 2007 release)."
Wow...WOW and WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Allen | Los Angeles, CA | 08/29/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Every once in awhile an artist comes along that is unique, fresh and very talented. In 1997, this person proved to be Brittish singing sensation Jai. With his combination of boyish charm and androgenous style voice, Jai seemed on the fast road to sucess when his album first debuted. He even co-wrote one of the best tracks on the album, if not certainly one of the most catchy("I Need Love"). Jai's rendition of the classic tune "Cry Me a River" is even more beautiful and the arrangment is music to one's ears. Many people are perplexed at the notion of why this young man never released another album, and quite frankly I would love to ask him that question myself. He was everything you wanted an artist to be: polite and well mannered, good looking, good singer live( a real testament to an artist today) and even played the piano. Why do talents like this get weeded out in this industry. If anyone out there who knows Jai or is/was affiliated with his record label, I really think you had something special on your hands, but because it wasn't "Platinum" (the only color the industry cares about). They dropped him. How would we feel today if Berry Gordy of Motown didn't allow artists to grow and expand musically, but just wanted the same formula over and over again? That's not music, that's an assembly line, and that's where music is going if people like Jai aren't given the time to grow as artists"
You gotta hear this
nemos | Moscow, Russia | 12/11/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"yes yes i am taking that title from a catchy advertisement for aiwa...but you know, that really is the message. you've got to hear this. you have to hear jai's voice and his songs and the melodys and just how all of this is put together in one great package. though you get a somewhat cocktail lounge sound from's still good. GREAT. his voice is so smooth it gives you the chills...he has this great jazzy and dream-like voice and tone...the songs are just beautiful! he's is original. he's british! ;) even if you don't fall in love with the songs you'll fall in love with his voice and appreciate that much---his talent. he puts together some great songs on this album...unfortunately since he's not apart of the mainstream music (THANK GOD! ) he is one of the music world's rare gems. you might have hears a dj mix of "i believe" but it does no credit whatsoever to the orignal form of the song...and only caters to the premature music taste of 13 year olds...if you appreciate jazz and blues and real pop...get this album. it's music you hear when it rains and music you hear when you're with someone you love."