Wang's first album, Start From Here, was released in early 2008 and is comprised of one CD of English songs and another of Chinese songs. Joanna reportedly wasn't thrilled with her first album, feeling that it doesn't represent her true musical influences. Her new album ("Joanna & 王若琳 - her English and Chinese names), released in January 2009, is another 2-CD collection of English and Chinese songs.
Her English language cover songs feature a fairly eclectic mix, including songs by Billy Joel ("New York State of Mind"), The Carpenters ("We've Only Just Begun"), Don Mclean, Paul Simon ("50 Ways to Leave Your Lover"), Bread ("Aubrey"), Paul Anka ("Times of Your Life") and Spandau Ballet ("True").
Unfortunately, her Sony website, although displaying some nice artsy graphics, seems to be in Chinese only. Nowadays many Asian artists have multiple-language versions of their websites and the lack is especially ironic since Ms. Wang records in English. Her music is certainly appealing to English-speakers as well as Chinese so it would seem Sony could do a better job with their online marketing.
You can check out some of Joanna Wang's music at: