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Twiggy's brand new album Romantically Yours marks her return to a music career that's seen a starring role on Broadway, a Golden Globe win and two Top 40 albums. Romantically Yours is a collection of her hand-picked favourites, including pop standards from Gershwin, Rodgers & Hart, Neil Young, Bryan Adams, Ray Davies and Richard Marx, all gorgeously interpreted by Twiggy and her band. The album also includes a guest vocal appearance by Twiggy's daughter Carly Lawson on Neil Young's `Only Love Can Break Your Heart', and a duet with Richard Marx on his classic `Right Here Waiting'. You already know the face, now be amazed by the music...
"You don't think of Twiggy as a singer but she has been putting out music since the sixties, has had hits and was nominated for a Tony for her part in the musical My One And Only. The voice on this selection of songs, that veers from classic classics such as My Funny Valentine and Someone To Watch Over Me, to more contemporary classics such as Right Here Waiting, is wilfully old-fashioned without sounding old, while the production is slick and sophisticated. Beautiful Stuff."
-- Daily Express - ****
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This one is fairly typical, featuring her take on oldies. I've heard the Kinks sing Waterloo sunset many times, and I've heard Barb Jungr's version too, though I haven't reviewed that album. In any case, Barb's versions and Twiggy's version would have more in common with each other than either have with the original - not just because of the voices, but the pace of the songs and the arrangements.
Other classics such as At 17 (Janis Ian), Blue moon, Someone to watch over me and Angel of the morning are similarly interpreted by Twiggy in a relaxing style to make an album that is very satisfying.