Lynne Halliday | Torched

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by Lynne Halliday

A jazzy take on heartbreak with a sultry singer and a kicking trio.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Fever
2:50 album only
2. Comes Love
3:10 album only
3. Glad to Be Unhappy/I Get Along Without You Very Well
3:25 album only
4. You Go to My Head
5:06 album only
5. Devil May Care
3:17 album only
6. How Insensitive
3:38 album only
7. So Many Stars
3:01 album only
8. Why Was I Born?
2:55 album only
9. I Wish I Didn't Love You So/There's Always One You Can't Forg
3:27 album only
10. Losing My Mind
3:14 album only
11. Earthly Paradise
3:29 album only
12. One for My Baby
3:55 album only


Album Notes
I had this fabulous Grandmother who would take me to the theatre. Simple as that. I knew I would grow up to be Ethel Merman, except I didn't. This album has some of the best torch songs ever and the best little combo going. I hope you enjoy it!



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Matt M. and the Reviewer Team

Classic torch songs to stir the soul
Lynne Halliday blends Jazz and Pop with finesse and ease on her new CD, "Torched." With the polish of a consummate pro, Halliday's voice quivers and seduces, serving the song and her audience with equal regard. Complex rhythms and melodies keep this album of classic “torch” songs interesting from start to finish. "I Wish I Didn't Love You So" has a great jazz club flow, much thanks to some intricate percussion work. Elsewhere, Halliday ably shows off her vocal talents on standards like "You Go to My Head" and "Devil May Care." In all, "Torched" is a great album for recreating the ambience of a jazz club, for hosting a dinner party, or just enjoying a glass of wine at home.