From My Heart to Yours

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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Gloria Lynne had her greatest fame during the first half of the 1960s when she recorded quite a few albums for the Everest label. A survivor, Lynne is still in excellent form on From My Heart to Yours, over 40 years later. Her voice remains powerful, soulful, and unwavering; she is not afraid to sing some ballads at a very slow tempo; and she finds surprising life in such usually unworthy material as "My Funny Valentine," "Evergreen," and "Shangri-La." When she tackles a much better song such as "Mountain Greenery" at a medium tempo, it gives one the feeling of exhilaration. Joined by a supportive rhythm section with David "Fathead" Newman's flute added on two numbers, ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Gloria Lynne had her greatest fame during the first half of the 1960s when she recorded quite a few albums for the Everest label. A survivor, Lynne is still in excellent form on From My Heart to Yours, over 40 years later. Her voice remains powerful, soulful, and unwavering; she is not afraid to sing some ballads at a very slow tempo; and she finds surprising life in such usually unworthy material as "My Funny Valentine," "Evergreen," and "Shangri-La." When she tackles a much better song such as "Mountain Greenery" at a medium tempo, it gives one the feeling of exhilaration. Joined by a supportive rhythm section with David "Fathead" Newman's flute added on two numbers, Gloria Lynne has recorded what is arguably her finest album since the 1960s.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/26/2007
  • Label: Highnote
  • UPC: 632375716226
  • Catalog Number: 7162
  • Sales rank: 138,228

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Gloria Lynne Primary Artist, Vocals
David "Fathead" Newman Flute
Leon Lee Dorsey Bass, Bass Guitar
Greg Skaff Guitar
John Di Martino Piano
Vince Ector Drums
P.J. Allen Tambourine
Technical Credits
Todd Barkan Producer, Audio Production
Joe Fields Executive Producer
Will Friedwald Liner Notes
Katherine Miller Engineer, Audio Production
Alan Silverman Mastering
John Di Martino Arranger
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