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|8. You Belong To Me|
|9. September In The Rain|
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As the vintage intro to “Memphis In June” suggests, Annie will be taking you on a different sort of trip this time. The nostalgic mood she evokes has a fresh, understated delivery. Her voice is perfect for the chorus of “Georgia on my mind” and she doesn’t rush here as she tenderly meanders through the song.
I wasn’t initially taken with “I Put A Spell On You,” but after an few listens, I love the energy it injects into the CD. Annie’s vocals are so bold and the musicians do a great job building up the song. It’s also a nice change in tempo and tone compared to the preceding songs.
“Summertime” is nothing short of magical. In this lullaby, you can almost imagine her gently rocking a baby as she slowly spoon-feeds us each delicious verse. It’s quite beautiful!
There are standout tracks like “I Cover the Waterfront” and “September in the Rain” which took me by surprise! Annie’s soothing take on “I Cover the Waterfront” transports you to a different era, and the brass accompaniment is a nice touch! The piano keys in “September in the Rain” sprinkle like raindrops and Annie’s vocals are lush. Both songs are subtle and perfectly executed.
“You Belong to Me” is easily the most nostalgic piece for me. I remember Patti Page singing this when I was a child. In Annie’s rendition, the vocals are pure, the melody is pretty, and the song simply moves me. The self-professed Queen-of-Doom sounds happy and “in love” (if not a little co-dependent).Read more ›
Note to Lennox fans: this is a mellow album. It's soothing. It's calming. It's emotional. It's rainy-day beauty in music. And the timbre of her voice brings a unique touch to each & every song on this album. She has that low, mature resonance that just gives me shivers.
Highlights: You Belong To Me, Georgia On My Mind, Summertime (I have never liked this song until this version).
Most recent customer reviews
Love it!!! It's wonderful to hear her take on these familiar songs. Am constantly listening to it. Saw the show on PBS and am looking to buy the dvd as it was great to see her... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Suzanne Hayes
She is a fantastic artist but I found some of the songs sounded like she was not in the zone. Therefore, not her best work.Published 4 months ago by Norbert Schiwinsky
i would love to see another album with dave...( this is not a criticism ) .Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I guess I haven't listened to it enough times....it was a yawner.Published 7 months ago by Gerry Byron
Strange mix of the ethereal voice of Annix Lennox on quite standard classicsPublished 8 months ago by Jacques Larivee
What can you say Annie Lennox does it again. Outstanding vocals.Published 9 months ago by Edwina Shepherd