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  • Audio CD (4 Feb. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Universal
  • ASIN: B00114XRW2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
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This is a very classy album - beautifully understated performances (especially the title track), and very good recording quality (although I can hear the music from one layer of the analogue master tape, ghosting onto the adjacent layer, on the spool! Others have remarked the same thing to me, but it's not intrusive - it just adds a little nostalgic character).

Overall, this album is warmly recommended if you have a decent hi-fi and like to kick your shoes off and recline, in the darkness, with your tipple of choice, with or without a companion. If you're anything like me, you'll enjoy playing this rather loud, since it is so laid-back and... well... just try it and see for yourself.

Also, if you like this album, be sure to check out another of Shelby's albums, 'Suit Yourself', in particular the last track on that album (ambiguously labelled 'Track 12'), which is a very stripped-back cover of Brook Benton's 'Rainy Night in Georgia'. Although Amazon do not appear to offer an 'Auto-Rip', please don't let the reviews moaning about copy protection on that album dissuade you from buying it - with no disrespect intended, they are novices with insufficient experience to deal with such issues, but it really isn't difficult.
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Straight into my top 10 CD's of all time. What a voice! Stunning minimalist production too. And outstanding musicianship! WOW!
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Lovely voice.
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By Peter Durward Harris #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 1 April 2009
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I was very surprised when I first heard about this album at the time of its release. I knew that Shelby had great taste in music, but I hadn't seen Dusty listed among her influences or favorite singers, so her choice of Dusty surprised me, though I was very pleased too as I'm a huge Dusty fan. My second surprise came with the track listing. I thought maybe Shelby would go mostly for the early stuff, perhaps including some of the earlier country/folk songs that Dusty recorded as lead singer of the Springfields. But no, it was the Dusty in Memphis album that impressed Shelby and made her a Dusty fan; that album accounts for about half of Shelby`s selections for this album. So while some of Dusty's early solo material is represented, no Springfields tracks are covered. Finally, Shelby surprised me by the way she chose to cover Dusty's songs.

Very different from Dusty's original versions, Shelby has opted for a starker interpretation, which is difficult to classify but I suppose it could be described as bluesy folk. Because of my financial situation, I didn't buy the album until I found it at a suitably discounted price. Ironically, when I saw it at such a price, it was in a store that was having its own financial problems. By the time I bought the album, I knew exactly what to expect as I'd listened to several tracks on the internet. If you are familiar with Dusty's music but you haven't heard anything from this album, I'd advise you to listen to samples. I expect there are some fans of Dusty's music who will love this album as I do, while others will hate it.

Two of Dusty's most famous songs (You don't have to say you love me, I only want to be with you) are included; the former actually originated as an Italian ballad.
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Shelby is an enormous talent there is not many singers that can hold a candle to her both lyrically and vocally. She wrings out more heartfelt emotion with her voice and lyrically she is head and shoulders above nearly every other female singer song writer out there. So my conundrum is why is she not massive, critically she receives good plaudits and she has a very loyal fan base but it seems like the best things in life she is always going to be an acquired taste.
Just a Little lovin' is a gem of a record. Shelby's take on the Dusty Springfield songbook is sublime. She sings in an understated manor allowing the pureness of her voice and beautiful intonation to come to the fore.
The opener 'Just a little lovin'' is a stripped down slow burning opener. Next is "Anyone who had a heart" sang in a melancholy way. Then there is a great acappella start to "You don't have to say you love me" again you can feel the emotion coming through the voice. "I only want to be with you" is given a bossa nova styled backdrop. "The look of love" has a crystal clear vocal delivery. "Breakfast in bed" is my favourite track at this moment there is a desperation in her delivery both sultry and sleazy in equal measure."Willie and Laura Mae Jones" is the only up tempo track taking Shelby back to her country roots that would have sat well on her previous two records. "I don't want to hear it anymore" is again a great vocal. "Pretend" is Shelby's own composition typically Shelby "Hurt me one more night. Just pretend you love me" "If you would change you're devil mind. I'll even let you be more unkind if you want to" the song is all about pain and the thought of loneliness . "How can I be sure" again stripped down to allow the emotion of the voice to come through.
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I've heard 30-second teasers of all these tracks, and Lynne has done the near-impossible: taken on the late great Dusty, and proved a worthy owner of these sublime tracks. Her delivery breathes fresh life into familiar words, and I can honestly recommend that this is worth getting for Shelby Lynne alone, irrespective of the songs.

Covers/reinterprtation/songbook collections are a dodgy breed, but on the strength of what I've heard, this is solid gold. Lynne possesses a killer voice that, despite her petite frame is rich, expressive and truly beguiling - just like Dusty was. There's no histrionics, no Mariah Carey whoops and soars; or a stunt-like necessity to hit every note in the hall within one breath set to vibrato. Just straight from the heart, straight for the emotions, God-given soul.

When I first heard her (as I Am Shelby Lynne was first released), I thought she could be black, because the voice was thick with an honest soul, and the scars and the faith was truly there; and not in a plastic fashion like Joss Stone - who's all style and no heart, if you ask me. However, I suspect Lynne's blend of genres was to be her undoing, because her cracking blend of new era Country and honest, true gospel-tapping Soul was too early, and just didn't catch like it should have done.

I've heard it said before that Country is as close to Soul as white folk can get, and hearing Shelby Lynne over the years - what with her Country roots - this is utterly, utterly true. Now... many years later; well, we live in different times, and I still don't understand why she isn't one of the States biggest female stars.

Get this, and marvel!
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