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The last time most listeners heard Stefanie Powers even go through the motions of singing was 40 years ago, when she appeared in some unfortunate musical sequences in tandem with Jerry Van Dyke in the comedy Western McLintock! Evidently she does have musical inclinations, which may suit her and her accompanist/arranger/collaborator, Page Cavanaugh, but they only carry her for part of this album. She starts off with the playful "They All Laughed," with a lilt in her voice that carries Powers past her limited range. She is far more successful on the reflective Rodgers & Hart ballad "He Was Too Good to Me," from Simple Simon, where she intones every note like it was written...
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All Music Guide - Bruce Eder
The last time most listeners heard Stefanie Powers even go through the motions of singing was 40 years ago, when she appeared in some unfortunate musical sequences in tandem with Jerry Van Dyke in the comedy Western McLintock! Evidently she does have musical inclinations, which may suit her and her accompanist/arranger/collaborator, Page Cavanaugh, but they only carry her for part of this album. She starts off with the playful "They All Laughed," with a lilt in her voice that carries Powers past her limited range. She is far more successful on the reflective Rodgers & Hart ballad "He Was Too Good to Me," from Simple Simon, where she intones every note like it was written for her. She also acquits herself well on the moodier "Where Are You?" and the lighthearted "I've Got a Feelin' You're Foolin'" joined by Eddie Collins, and the highlight of the album is "Last Night When We Were Young," rescued from the obscurity of a lost film called Metropolitan. Powers deserves credit for trying to tackle "Ill Wind," and further on into the record she transforms herself into a brassier mode on "Ten Cents a Dance." The dozen songs are done well, though the accompaniment -- piano, guitar, bass, and drums -- is a little more solid than the singing. Powers isn't a great singer, though she has a certain charisma as well as a feeling for much of the repertoire, making this record reasonably worthwhile if not nearly essential listening.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/4/2003
  • Label: Cd Baby
  • UPC: 780014910020
  • Catalog Number: 91002

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Stefanie Powers Primary Artist, Vocals
Page Cavanaugh Piano
Larry Koonse Guitar
Jack LeCompte Drums
David Tull Drums
Phil Mallory Bass
John Mayhan Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone
Technical Credits
George Gershwin Composer
Page Cavanaugh Arranger
Jimmy McHugh Composer
Harold Arlen Composer
Richard Rodgers Composer
Vernon Duke Composer
Nacio Herb Brown Composer
Sammy Cahn Composer
Walter Donaldson Composer
Arthur Freed Composer
Ira Gershwin Composer
E.Y. "Yip" Harburg Composer
Lorenz Hart Composer
Gus Kahn Composer
Axel Stordahl Composer
Paul Weston Composer
Robert Schreiner Engineer
Randee Saint Nicholas Cover Photo
Brigitte Schreiner Engineer
Ted Koehler Composer
Harold Adamson Composer
Phil Mallory Producer
Carlos Del Rosario Mastering
Stefanie Powers Liner Notes
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