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LP (Item 31448) Capitol, Early 70s — Condition: Used
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One of the nicer albums from a period when Nancy was experimenting with a style that was a lot more overblown and sophisticated than that on some of her earlier pop hits. The record's kind of of a more soulful take on late Reprise Sinatra styles – with large arrangements by James Mack that expand the tracks into tiny little pop symphonies filled with a lot of emotion. However, Phil Wright also gets in a few arrangements – on the more stripped-down groovy soul covers like "If I Were Your Woman" and "Ain't No Sunshine". Whatever the case, though, Nancy makes the album a nice one – even on tracks like "The Greatest Performance Of My Life", "Once In My Lifetime", "Middle Of the Road", and "I'll Get Along Somehow". (Cover has a stain on the front.)  © 1996-2015, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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