Lauren White - At Last


Groove Note


Female Vocalists

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AGRN 1037
UPC: 660318103710
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45 RPM Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2

45 RPM  

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Lauren White is an extremely talented 20-year old from Texas who has been studying under the same vocal coach as Norah Jones. Lauren blends the sensuality and vulnerability of Jones with the vocal range of Linda Ronstadt combined with a voice that exhibits emotional depth as well as nuance and delicacy. Her debut album features a wide array of songs, including the Billy Holiday-styled opener "My One & Only" to the Anthony Wilson-arranged "Love For Sale" and a swinging cover of "Mack The Knife." Featuring Anthony Wilson on guitar, Bill Cunliffe on piano and Ricky Woodward on sax, the album was recorded at Sunset Sound by Joe Harley (producer) and Mike Ross (engineer). The all-analog, two-inch, 24-track masters were mixed down to half inch 30 ips stereo at LA-FX in Burbank, CA. These master tapes were then used in the mastering of both the LP and SACD and feature a stunning all-analog recording experience.

1. My One And Only (Ira Gershwin)
2. All I Do Is Cry (L. White & W. White)
3. Blue Bayou (R. Orbison & J. Melson)
4. Do You Remember (L. White & W. White)
5. Mack The Knife (K. Weil & M. Butzstein)
6. Love For Sale (Cole Porter)
7. Brand New Love (L. White & W. White)
8. Superstar (L. Russell, D. Bramlett & B. Bramlett)
9. My Funny Valentine (R. Rogers & L. Hart)
10. Why They Call It Falling (Lee Ann Womack)
11. At Last (M. Gordan & H. Warren)

Customer Reviews (4.50 Stars) 4 person(s) rated this product.


posted on 11/11/2012
5 Stars

Lauren White:At Last

posted on 11/15/2007
5 Stars
Reviewer: Steven Meditz
I took a chance with this one, not knowing anything about the artist, & was very pleased. A traditional Jazz album with the softness & sensuality of a talented young performer. Reminded me somewhat of Billie Holliday. I'd recommend this title to any Jazz fan & this one is bound to bring the younger crowd into Jazz music. Five stars!!!

Nice voice with bland interpretations...

posted on 11/05/2007
3 Stars
Reviewer: Dave
This recording features a pretty lady with a nice voice that's recored extremely well and backed up by a stellar combo. Unfortunately, she doesn't deliver any emotion. Usually I'm happy if I can find a single cut that's "special". No such luck here.

The engineering is incredible and the vinyl surfaces are perfect, almost silent.


Incredible talent

posted on 04/11/2007
5 Stars
Reviewer: Jel
Amazing talent by an incredibly talented young woman. Keep up the great work. See you on tour!

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