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 There’s a lot to love about in this collection of great songs, sung with style by Jill Keating to her father, John’s brilliant arrangements, performed by some of the best session musicians around and conducted by talented Musical Director, Dave Clackett. Indeed, the quality shines out from every track on this disc.

You want bright, exciting songs? Jill delivers them – from the brassy track Smile, through Let’s Fall in Love, You Better Love Me (While You May), Old Devil Moon, and a quirky arrangement of the title track I’m a Dreamer to There Will Never Be Another You, all delivered with pace and brilliance.

 You want quieter, more emotional numbers? There are plenty. Jill’s warm, gentle versions of Make Someone Happy, the romance of The Very Thought of You (originally arranged for Tony Bennett), the dreamy Latin standard Corcovado, the reflective Autumn in New York, and the almost unbearably poignant The Masquerade is Over.

Best of all there are three John Keating originals, all of which Jill gives undeniably definitive performances. This Hotel, and This Year, both of which Jill’s father composed for the slick 1967 movie based on the Arthur Hailey novel. Sung in the film by Carmen McRae, Jill brings a new freshness and depth of feeling to the lyrics; and the emotionally-charged It’s Not Going That Way which perfectly showcases Jill’s amazing range.

This is not background music and it’s not an album to be listened to once and filed away. Jill Keating’s debut CD will touch you and stay with you forever.
   
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 Old Devil Moon
 I Hadn't Anyone Till You
 I'm A Dreamer, Aren't We All
 Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars)
 Smile
 This Year
 Autumn in New York
 You'd Better Love Me While You May
 The Very Thought of You
 This Hotel
 Let's Fall In Love
 The Masquerade Is Over
 There Will Never Be Another You
 Make Someone Happy
 It's Not Going That Way
 
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