I love that she made a strings version!!! I've played the violin for almost six years so I'm always looking for music with strings in them and this is the BEST yet and best pop song ever to come. EVER.
I love the strings version of king of Anything! It's amazing! Send me the moon is a beautiful song too!
Saw Her Live!!!
I saw her live and she sounds just like this!!! Every time I hear her songs, it reminds me of all the excitment of her concert!! I love these songs and her!! Go buy this!!!!!!!! NOW
This album rocks!
By Indiana Joni
I really like Sara Bareilles and really like these versions of her songs. I am totally in love with " King Of Anything " and " Gonna Get Over You ". I really applaud Sara for her amazing music. Keep up the good work, Sara!
Dear Ms. Bareilles,
You are the King of Everything.
Strings version was my favorite song of 2010.
It is musical jell-o (side-note: I love jell-o a lot).
I got the album when it came out at Target and it had these songs on it.
They're sooooo amazing in every way, Sara is such an inspiring artist <3
Honestly, I Love Sara.
If you bought Kaleidoscope Heart and love it, you must buy it. The two songs on here are arranged differently and even for Gonna Get Over You and extra line or two is added in the bridge. Send Me the Moon is one of the most beautiful songs i have ever heard in my life. It's my favorite song of all time. I would pay $2.99 just for that one song.
I really enjoyed "Gonna Get Over You" and "King of Anything" on her Kaleidoscope Heart album, but these versions and "Send Me the Moon" just blew me away. So amazing!
best song ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
King of Anything is genius.........serious props for sara!!!!!!!!!ive always loved her music and now shes making it come to life!!! WAY TO GO!!!!!!!!! if i wuz u id buy it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!NO JOKE! if u like awesome music! ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
I have to admit, I am a huge, borderline-obsessive, fan of Sara Bareilles. I own, as far as I know, at least one copy of every recording she has made, with the exception of her college a cappella group.
On top of that, I'm a huge fan of alternative versions, demos, and live releases of songs I already like, so this release (as well as her Wal Mart session) were welcome additions to the new album.
While everyone else is talking about the strings version of King of Anything and Send Me the Moon, I'd like to point out something on the Gonna Get Over You - there is a wrong note on the piano track during the last chorus. To me, that makes it even better, just like on the iTunes Session EP from a few years ago when she admits "I messed up." That could have easily been fixed by an engineer, but it wasn't, which delights me as a fan and as an engineer.