Back in 2003, a then-16-year-old Joss Stone released her debut album, The Soul Sessions, a collection of covers of 1960s and '70s songs, plus a contemporary song that was remade as a Soul track. Since then, Joss has accomplished a lot in her career, including recording four more albums, winning a Grammy and joining a music supergroup that includes Mick Jagger and Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley, among others. But on her sixth studio album, The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2, Joss, who's now 25, returns full circle. Like her debut, the album is a collection of covers of 1960s and '70s songs, plus a contemporary song that's been remade Soul style. The album, which was released in the U.S. July 31, 2012, doesn't quite capture the magic of her debut release, it's still far superior to most contemporary R&B/Soul out there today. For more, click the link to check out the full review of Joss Stone's The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2.