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|1. Ain't It De Truth?|
|2. Tess's Torth Song|
|3. I Must Have That Man!|
|5. I Wish I Were In Love Again|
|6. Supper Time|
|7. Ill Wind (You're Blowin' Me No Good|
|8. Beat My Dog|
|9. On A Turquoise Cloud|
|10. More Than You Know|
|11. See What I Wanna See|
|12. He Loves & She Loves|
|13. I Double Dare You|
|14. Lose That Long Face|
One of the best albuns I have ever heard , and I have listened to thousands.
I just think McDonald is the best Broadway singer in years--her voice is glorious, and she interprets her songs with real tact and understanding.
After more listenings, I had to learn to love the more modern songs on the CD, only because Audra McDonald was singing them.
Audra McDonald, what a talent.
One of the best albuns I have ever heard , and I have listened to thousands. Read more
I seem to have missed this recording when it was released. Listening to it is a pleasure. Audra McDonald interprets and sings each song beautifully. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Franc Martarella
Gorgeous performances of older standards, and Audra makes them her own. The glory and brilliance of her voice, and her emotions in every note - whether whimsical, bluesy,... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Susan T.
Always listen to this CD when things dont seem to be going my way and it perks me right back up.Published on March 7, 2011 by YiaYiaV
This was my first Audra McDonald CD. I did like it enough that I would buy one of her other CDs in the future. But this CD wasn't the greatest. Read morePublished on August 13, 2008 by D.J.L
This is a perfectly titled selection of songs sung by the wonderful Audra. As always she brings an incredible warmth and joy to her singing and that comes through in every song. Read morePublished on December 17, 2007 by A. T. Maze
This is a fantastic album. The songs are great, and the vocalist the BEST!Published on May 12, 2007 by S. Leach
Her first album was beyond brilliant. The second showed great depth. Her third suggests she needs better management.Published on March 29, 2006 by Michael L. Phillips
When I first got this album, way back in 2002, I wasn't crazy about it. Composer-wise, it didn't focus on bright young things -- Guettel et al. -- like Audra's previous efforts. Read morePublished on July 13, 2005 by Lawrence A. Schenbeck