Lyn Stanley | Lost in Romance-180g Vinyl Double Album

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Lost in Romance-180g Vinyl Double Album

by Lyn Stanley

This multiple award winning album has been recognized worldwide as one of the best sounding and best tribute albums to the American Songbook by the beautiful, sultry and mesmerizing voice of jazz artist Lyn Stanley. LAST 10 UNITS of FINAL pressing.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Change Partners
4:46 album only
2. Watch What Happens
4:01 album only
3. Fever
4:09 album only
4. That Old Black Magic
4:02 album only
5. The Nearness of You
5:19 album only
6. You Go to My Head
5:01 album only
7. I Just Want to Make Love to You
3:50 album only
8. My Foolish Heart
4:27 album only
9. What Am I Gonna Do With a Bad Boy Like You?
3:37 album only
10. Losing My Mind
4:48 album only
11. One for My Baby
4:09 album only
12. Sugar On the Floor
4:30 album only
13. Too Close for Comfort
2:41 album only
14. Something
3:55 album only
15. The Last Dance
3:09 album only


Album Notes
These are the final 10 or less units of the 4th and final pressing of this album. This highly rated audiophile reference quality album, noted for top sounding sonics, is a double (2 discs, 180gram 45 RPM) vinyl LP has the highest pressing standard-originally pressed at Pallas in Germany. This fourth and last pressing was at RTI and these albums are not numbered. Mixing was done at Capital Records by Al Schmitt and Mastering by Bernie Grundman, who followed the production of this vinyl from initial stages to checking test pressings. Initially, only 500 were pressed and each individually foil stamped with a unique number and these new original units have been selling for over $190.00 in 2018 by some record retailers. Pressings 2-4 were non-numbered units.

Lost In Romance, released on August 20, 2013 to national and international airplay, has received overwhelmingly positive critical reviews for this retro jazz album. Vocalist, Lyn Stanley, "With a blend of Garland, Streisand, Tenille, Newton-John, Clooney, and others, not to mention the swanky uptown nightclub vibe endowed by rotating menu of skilled musicians, atmospherics range from classy Gatsby venues to lamp-lit stages to late-nite parlors...the smooth, clean, clear, Golden Age vocals she renders in Lost In Romance are decidedly of another era."-Mark Tucker, FAME Review. Don Heckman, International Review of Music, states Lyn Stanley has the three things make for great singing, "musicality, believability, and storytelling."

Band members include: (piano) Tamir Hendelman, Mike Lang, Llew Matthews; (bass) Trey Henry, Kevin Axt, Jim DeJulio; (drums) Jeff Hamilton, Bernie Dresel, Paul Kreibich Solo performances: Bob Sheppard (tenor sax), Bob McChesney (trombone); Thom Rotella (guitar) All vocals by Lyn Stanley.

Los Angeles' KJAZZ (KKJZ) Radio DJ, Bubba Jackson, states Lyn Stanley "The songstress returns to jazz..she's the real deal." KKJZ owner, Saul Levine, has included seven of the albums 15 tracks on his radio airplay rotation for his regular and HD format programs. Levine states "..she could sing Puccini and make it sound great!" Standards radio syndications are saying "What a joy to share her music with my radio audience!-WPLM, Boston "My listeners are loving it [Lost In Romance] and wanting more!"-KABI Abilene, KS, "We welcome this exciting new voice to our airwaves." WABY, Albany, NY
Since it's release, the album has received airplay in the United Kingdom, Netherlands, South Africa, Australia, US and more.
The memorable songs on the album were arranged by Tamir Hendelman, Steve Rawlins and Llew Matthews. Songs include the American songbook, blues, contemporary hits like George Harrison's "Something" and a new song called "What Am I Gonna Do With A Bad Boy Like You?"

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