With Crystal Clear, Jaci affirms her mission, "My Latin music has given me the opportunity to be an ambassador of Christ, and take the message of the gospel to the Latin community. But without a doubt, the place I still feel most at home is with my Christian music family."
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Jaci's BEST| Posted July 06, 2012
In my opinion, Crystal Clear is Jaci's best album. The best ballads, the best pop songs, simply...the best.
From the upbeat "Listen to Me" and (my favorite) "Everytime I Fall" to the beautiful "Imagine me Without You" Jaci's vocals shine.
Other key tracks: Come As You Are, Center of Your Love, You Don't Miss a Thing.
Give this album a listen!!
Great Latin/Pop Sound| Posted July 03, 2009
So I LOVED Jaci back when I was like four, but I started to dislike her when I discovered Rebecca St. James. But I've gotta say, this album is still a classic!
1) Listen to Me 4/5
The first song is a great way to start off the album with slick horn arrangements and layered vocals.
2) Crystal Clear 5/5
The title track, written by Tiffany Arbuckle Lee of Plumb, is a beautiful declaration of her love to God.
3) Every Time I Fall 5/5
This song has a fun dance beat reminiscent to Christian Aguilera's music.
4) You're Not There 5/5
This song reminds me a lot of Jordin Sparks' recent hit "Battlefield" with a haunting, ballad feel.
5) Adore 3/5
The song has amazing vocals by Jaci, but the songwriting is a repetitive and unoriginal.
6) He's My Savior 4/5
"He's My Savior" is a laidback, pop ballad laiden with Spanish guitars. It's sunny and effervescent.
7) You Don't Miss A Thing 5/5
My personal favorite on the album, "Don't Miss A Thing" is a great Latin dance song that is just vivacious and irresistible!
8) Imagine Me Without You 3/5
Much like "Adore".
9) Come As You Are 3/5
The duet with Louis Fansi is a bit boring and blah. Not my favorite.
10) Center of Your Love 5/5
"Center of Your Love" is a great upbeat track to start closing the album.
11) Just A Prayer Away 5/5
"Just A Prayer Away" is everything "Adore" and "Imagine" weren't. A great power ballad to round out the album.
Overall: A great album with a positive message and stellar vocals from Miss Velasquez. :)