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Lyn Stanley

London With A Twist - Live at Bernie's

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Route 66
The making of London Calling
OTTAVA hands-on by Lyn Stanley
1 Route 66 3:47 Bobby Troup  
2 Pink Cadillac (4:51) Bruce Springsteen  
3 Lover Man (3:23) R. Ramirez, J. Sherman, J. Davis  
4 Blue Moon (3:19) Richard Rogers  
5 Let There Be You (3:21) L. Rand, I. Grant  
6 You Never Can Tell (3:32) Chuck Berry  
7 Goody Goody (2:46) M. Malneck, J. Mercer  
8 Love Letters (3:47) E. Heyman, V. Young  
9 Bye Bye Blackbird (3:31) R. Henderson, M. Dixon  
10 I've Got You Under My Skin (3:42) Cole Porter  
11 Body And Soul (4:47) E. Heyman, R. Sour, F. Eyton, J. Green  
12 In The Still Of The Night (3:00) Cole Porter  
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Lyn Stanley has had a remarkable career in music. With the late legendary jazz pianist Paul T. Smith as her mentor, she began her career out of nowhere in 2010. Her debut recording Lost In Romance ranked in the top 100 albums played by American radio stations and, virtually by herself, she has built up a large worldwide following (particularly among audiophiles) and released such popular albums as Potions {from the 50s}, Interludes, The Moonlight Sessions Volumes One and Two, and London Calling-A Toast To Julie London, all of which have been big sellers. She was awarded Female Jazz Vocalist of the Year for 2018 by Saul Levine, programmer for KKJZ-FM,Los Angeles' top jazz radio station. Her secret, beyond her unique sultry voice and her impeccable taste in picking out gems from the Great American Songbook, has been her planning and attention to details. Whether it is the packaging, the sound quality, the material, the arrangements, the always-danceable tempos, the top-notch musicians or the producer, Lyn always goes first class.

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