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The second track (Bluzette? I'm sorry I'm writing from an internet cafe in Hong Kong) starts out soft 'n sad 'n gentle and ends up rocking. How does she do it? She belts the final lines like a disco diva.
On all the numbers the background muzik is right on. No, this is not just Blossom and a piano, although I love that. It's a bigger-yet-quieter production.
I've listened to this album 1000 times already.
She's completely redone "Ladies Who Lunch" in a way that's right up there with Elaine Stritch's version. Fancy that!
And she builds up the intensity on "Bluesette" until she's rocking the house and all the other passengers on New York's F train are bopping in their seats as the tune leaks out of my i-pod.
Finally, "Lies of Handsome Men" is now my theme song.
I verify that I am over the age of 13.
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