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Lindsey Muir

Music has always been a necessary element in Lindsey Muir’s life as far back as the 25-year-old singer can remember. Throughout her life and, most especially now with the recent release of her debut album "You’re Nearer: Love Songs of the ‘30s and ‘40s," Lindsey is scurrying right towards the music, more than ready to be a prime time player in her own right. She had her festival debut at the Litchfield Jazz Festival this past summer and recently relocated to New York City to further her jazz career. Her new CD allows her to use her sweet voice to interpret great romantic ballads, with first-class backup from a jazz combo featuring the noted saxophonist and arranger Don Braden

You're Nearer: Love Songs of the 30's and 40's

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006
Track listing: Something Happens To Me; You're Nearer; This Time The Dream's On Me; I Walk A Little Faster; My Ship; I'm Old Fashioned; My Foolish Heart; I WIsh You Love; Is It Love You're After; You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me; That's All.

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Lindsey Muir: You're Nearer: Love Songs of the 30's and 40's

Read "You're Nearer: Love Songs of the 30's and 40's" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

This 24-year-old singer has taken on the task of interpreting ballads of the 1930s and '40s with a superb cast that includes pianist Dave Berkman, guitarist Mark Whitfield, tenorist Don Braden, (also a co-producer and arranger),bassist John Benitez; trumpeter Terell Stafford and drummer Winard Harper. Muir has received some positive buzz from this album on Connecticut ...

You're Nearer: Love Songs of the 30s and 40s

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2005


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