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Susanna Bartilla: The Look Of Love: Songs Of The Sixties

Read "The Look Of Love: Songs Of The Sixties" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Sub-titled Songs Of The Sixties, vocalist Susanna Bartilla's The Look Of Love presents her interpretations of ten numbers from that decade--from standards such as “Till There Was You" to pop hits like “There's A Kind Of Hush." It's a classic collection, distinguished by some fine interpretations and some surprising song choices. The Look Of Love follows Bartilla's tribute to Peggy Lee, I Love Lee (Self Produced, 2012), which she recorded in France. Bartilla is now back in Germany, ...

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Susanna Bartilla: I Love Lee

Read "I Love Lee" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

So which Lee does singer Susanna Bartilla love? Lee Marvin? Six Million Dollar Man Lee Majors? Both men would be intriguing subjects for a tribute album, but of course the answer lies elsewhere. It's there in tiny letters on the cover of I Love Lee, but it's even more obvious from the opening bars of Kansas Joe McCoy's “Why Don't You Do Right." This is a tribute to the great Peggy Lee. It's a fitting tribute, too, with excellent song ...


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