Amanda McBroom | A Timeless Thing

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A Timeless Thing

by Amanda McBroom

Amanda has been called "The greatest cabaret performer of her generation, an urban poet who writes like an angel and has a voice to match." This is an audiophile quality CD by FINEDISC
Genre: Easy Listening: Cabaret
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1. Those Eyes
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2. A Timeless Thing
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3. The Way You Look Tonight
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4. My Favourite Year
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5. Wheels
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6. Whoever You Are
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7. Baltimore Oriole
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8. From Where I Stand
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9. Hot In Here
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10. Girl Writing A Letter
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11. Tragedy
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12. Grateful
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Amanda McBroom first came to the attention of the music public when Bette Midler's version of Amanda's song THE ROSE hit number one all over the world in 1979. But it was Amanda's performance of her own song on the Golden Globes (she won), Grammys (she didn't) and The Tonight Show that launched her career as a singer as well as songwriter.

Latest Review: Rad Bennett at Soundstage Magazine - 4 Stars!

Amanda McBroom is remembered as the author of "The Rose," a song made famous by Bette Midler in the film of the same title, although it was better sung in McBroom’s own recording. She has continued to write good songs and to be a viable performer, making two excellent albums at the end of the last century: A Waiting Heart and Portraits, remastered tracks from both of which are featured on A Timeless Thing. A little over half the songs are by McBroom herself; the other composers represented range from Hoagy Carmichael ("Baltimore Oriole") to John Bucchino ("Grateful"). McBroom’s songs about love and living can be quite simple and disarming, as in the heartbreaking yet life-affirming "From Where I Stand," about the breakup of a love affair: "I was standing in your shadow / Now I’m standing in your way." These two simple lines speak volumes. McBroom’s wonderful voice is superbly controlled, warm, and earthy, and the remastered sound reproduces it perfectly. If you haven’t heard this gifted singer-songwriter, this audiophile CD is a good place to start....Rad Bennett

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T Leung

When I put on the disc and press play... wow !!!
When I put on the disc and press play... wow !!! So natural... the recording was so smooth and live-like... so Dimensional and musical. Previously all my disc were treated with Auric illuminator and JSMR CD upgrade, but this disc does not even need treatment to sound a million bucks. Very impressive recording. More natural than my Amanda XRCD24 FIM disc... this one is tonality correct the XRCD24 version wanted to sound analogue
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GoodSound - Soundstage

If you haven’t heard this gifted singer-songwriter, this audiophile CD is a go
Amanda McBroom is remembered as the author of "The Rose," a song made famous by Bette Midler in the film of the same title, although it was better sung in McBroom’s own recording. She has continued to write good songs and to be a viable performer, making two excellent albums at the end of the last century: A Waiting Heart and Portraits, remastered tracks from both of which are featured on A Timeless Thing. A little over half the songs are by McBroom herself; the other composers represented range from Hoagy Carmichael ("Baltimore Oriole") to John Bucchino ("Grateful"). McBroom’s songs about love and living can be quite simple and disarming, as in the heartbreaking yet life-affirming "From Where I Stand," about the breakup of a love affair: "I was standing in your shadow / Now I’m standing in your way." These two simple lines speak volumes. McBroom’s wonderful voice is superbly controlled, warm, and earthy, and the remastered sound reproduces it perfectly. If you haven’t heard this gifted singer-songwriter, this audiophile CD is a good place to start....Rad Bennett
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