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Learning To Breathe

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Take This Heart
  2. Anything Else But You
  3. Learning To Breathe Again
  4. In My Dreams Tonight
  5. Prodigal Daughter
  6. Still In Love
  7. Fantasy
  8. Gotta Tell Somebody
  9. Compared To Goodbye
  10. Takin' My Time
  11. A Reason To Believe In
  12. Summer In The City


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 18, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Windham Hill Records
  • ASIN: B00000IFVS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #323,838 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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It's great to hear Larry again and see him continue with his solo career. I have been a long time fan of his, since his Restless Heart days, and was saddened when they disbanded for a second time. I think this is a great addition to anyones CD collection with it's blend of up tempo and slow ballads. This is a CD not only for the country music fan, but the pop music, or adult contempory fan as well.
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I was very surprised as I listened to this CD because it was so different from anything Mr. Stewart had done before. The CD has a nice mix of romantic ballads and light rockers. It really shows his true vocal ability more than anything he's recorded in the past. I hope this is the first of many albums like this to come from him.
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There isn't a bad song on the entire CD. The diversity of this album is incredible. You'll hear Larry Stewart as you've never heard him. Sounding better than he's ever sounded. "Compared to Goodbye" is the best duet I've heard in years.
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I've liked Larry's voice since I heard him with Resltess Heart, particularly on "I'll Still Be Loving You." I knew then that Mr. Stewart should not be restricted to doing just country music. With "Learning to Breathe," Larry emerges as a pop vocalist to be reckoned with. Utilizing a stellar cast of musicians and background singers, he takes the 12 song set (11 of them his own originals) and transforms them into some really nice music. His "Fantasy" and "Still in Love" are great performances; also "Reason to Believe" and "Learning to Breathe" again. Another highlight is his modernizing of the Lovin' Spoonful's classic "Summer in the City," replete with an intro by Grieg. All in all, a surprisingly good and listenable album. It should please Larry's old fans and get him some news one as well---if Windham Hill markets it right!
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Larry Stewart has shed his "Restless Heart" country voice (which was awesome to begin with) and scored with an easy listening/adult contemporary session. Impeccably produced and performed, this set should definitely enclose him in the best of today's AC singers. Highlights of this collection are "Learning to Breathe Again," "Still in Love With Me," his remake of "Summer in the City" and the great mid-tempo "Fantasy". Fans of Restless Heart will probably ignore this departure, but if you are new to Mr. Stewart, give him a listen. If you like Gary Morris, John Farnham, or John Berry, Larry is right up there with them!
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