What's Simple Is True
There are 3 significantly different studio versions
of "What's Simple Is True". They are:
1) The original album version. This was
recorded & mixed during the 1998 sessions for
Jewel's 2nd album "Spirit". For all future reference
purposes, known as "the album version".
2) The radio remix version. This is the single version.
This was remixed in 1999 & released as a radio single.
(For collectors, the single was only released to radio
stations & is catalogued as Atlantic PRCD 9044.) This
version is also the one used in two significant
other places: It's the version used for the video of
the song (as shown on MTV) AND is the same version on
the "Ride With The Devil" movie soundtrack CD. For all future
reference purposes, known as "the single version".
3) The "RWTD" version. This is the version that plays
while the credits are rolling in the movie. It's yet
another mix with somewhat different instrumentation
than the single version. Surprisingly, it's NOT the
version on the soundtrack CD & is only available
on the movie itself while the credits roll. For all future
reference purposes, known as "the movie version"
(even though it is not the version on the soundtrack CD).
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