Lisa Robbin Young | The Fine Line

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The Fine Line

by Lisa Robbin Young

Pop-infused Jazz and blues from somewhere in time. A new take on your favorite re-make.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Pop
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1. Dream On
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2. Photoshop Me
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3. Made to Love
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4. Show Me the Way
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5. Straight Up
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6. All of Me
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7. Why Can't This Be Love
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8. I Can't Tell You Why
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9. Bad Medicine
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10. Addicted to You
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11. Less Is More
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12. Never Stop
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13. Cover Me
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14. Little Clownz
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15. What Love Can Do
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Album Notes
"It's a fine line between the American Dream and the American Nightmare." - Don Henley

If you like Michael Buble, Pink Martini, or Post Modern Jukebox, you'll get a kick out of the musical stylings on "The Fine Line" - the third album from Lisa Robbin Young. Take some of your favorite music from decades past, and transport them in time to a totally new destination. A Ragtime rendition of Joss Stone's "Less Is More", a Motown makeover on Van Halen's "Why Can't This Be Love", even a tango-inspired cover of Springsteen's "Cover Me", and a Romantic period remake of Aerosmith's "Dream On" are just a few stops on this musical history mash-up.

"The Fine Line" features 13 covers and two originals: the tongue-in-cheek "Photoshop Me" bemoans what it means to be less than perfect in today's society, while the straight forward pop ballad "What Love Can Do" closes the album with a song of hope and encouragement. Lisa also holds true to the original form in several ballads, including a timely rendition of Robert Downey Jr.'s "Little Clownz." Who better to represent the fine line between dreams and nightmares than Iron Man himself?

Lisa's brand of pop-infused jazz and blues will have you thinking about your favorite songs in a new way, and maybe even enjoying music you never would have listened to before. Taking music out of its original genre and breathing life into a new form is one of Lisa's trademark moves, and "The Fine Line" walks the edge in deft defiance of what you'd expect from traditional pop music.

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