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Pamela Luss: Your Eyes

To paraphrase Sammy Cahn, Luss is lovelier the second time around. Twelve months or so ago, Luss’ debut disc, There’s Something About You I Don’t Know, was marred by uninspired and occasionally overpowering arrangements and readings of a dozen standards that, though technically proficient, seemed to lack adequate heart. What a difference a year, and a fresh slew of arrangers (of the five who contributed to There’s Something, only one, Barney McAll, carries over to Luss’ sophomore effort) makes.

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