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Susannah McCorkle - From Broken Hearts to Blue Skies (1999) Retail CD
Unlike some of Susannah's albums, this one has no particular theme but it opens with a cover of a Billie Holiday song (Laughing at life). Something to live for (despite its title, a very melancholy song) is followed by the much brighter Look for the silver lining. Next comes Nuages (a Django Reinhardt classic). Caminhos cruzados is a Jobim song that Susannah sings here in its original language because she could not get permission to record a translated version. I wish I were in love again (a Rodgers and Hart classic) is followed by I ain't gonna pay no second fiddle (a cover of a Bessie Smithmore… song), Losing had (a very early Ray Charles song) and I want to be a sideman (a contemporary song). Then comes another Jobim song in its original language, Insensatez, but this is famous in English as How insensitive.Two obscure songs (A phone call to the past, Stop time) are followed by another Jobim song (Wave). The set ends with what is surely the most famous song here, the Irving Berlin classic, Blue skies.This was among the last albums that Susannah recorded and is well up to the standard that everybody expected.
|1||Laughing At Life|
|2||Something To Live For|
|3||Look For The Silver Linin'|
|6||I Wish I Were In Love Again|
|7||I Ain't Gonna Play No Second Fiddle|
|9||I Want To Be A Sideman|
|11||Phone Call To The Past|
- Susannah McCorkle - From Broken Hearts to Blue Skies (1999) Retail CD
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