Lynne Halliday | The Mood I'm In

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The Mood I'm In

by Lynne Halliday

Smooth and intelligent, halliday understands lyrics and delivers with an intimate and powerful set accompanied by the wonderful david brunetti.
Genre: Easy Listening: Cabaret
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1. No Moon At All
2:01 album only
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2. You Go to My Head
3:01 album only
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3. You Came a Long Way From St. Louis
2:33 album only
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4. Regretting....
2:20 album only
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5. Imagine My Surprise
3:10 album only
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6. I Never Know When to Say When
2:24 album only
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7. Lean Baby
2:14 album only
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8. I'm No Angel
2:53 album only
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9. Nina
4:03 album only
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10. Where You Are
2:20 album only
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11. Say It Isn't So/dance a Little Closer
3:13 album only
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12. What a Woderful World
2:35 album only
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13. The Mood I'm In
2:30 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Lynne Halliday was born and raised in Montreal but fell in love with New York and Broadway because her Manhattan-based grandmother, Luba, would take her to a Broadway show once a year, buy her the cast album and not complain when Lynne played it continually, singing along at the top of her lungs.
College, acting school, musical theatre, marriage, parenthood, life- all have conspired to create “The Mood I’m In”. From the manic hilarity of Christine Lavin’s “Regretting....” to the splendour of David Brunetti’s arrangement of Irving Berlin/Charles Strouse & Alan Jay Lerner’s “Say It Isn’t So/ Dance a Little Closer” to the jazzy silliness of Roy Alfred & Billy May’s “Lean Baby”, these are all songs that had to be sung. By Lynne. Now.
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Larry,& LIz Dann

Great selection of songs, very well presented and sung
We are biased because we just love to hear Lynne sing. A fab Caberet artiste and such a nice person.
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