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1. You Go to My Head
2. Moonlight in Vermont
3. I Like the Likes Oof You
4. What Kind of Fool Am I
5. Truly
6. It Might As Well Be Spring (C'est Le Printemps)
7. Killing Me Softly
8. You Are Not My First Love
9. My One and Only Love
10. She Knows Best
11. Love Is a Fragile Thing
12. Que Sera, Sera

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Truly, quite possibly Lori Lieberman's finest album to-date, both musically & sonically, is guaranteed to become an audiophile favorite. A potpourri of fresh covers from the American Songbook, sprinkled with new, original compositions, embellished by thoughtful arrangements, played by some of the finest musicians, Truly was recorded, mixed and mastered to perfection. Joe Cali, executive producer, assembled a Grammy award winning crew for Truly. Lori 's voice is in shockingly fine form, but wait until you hear Matt Rollings on piano & Hammond B-3 organ and the amazing Lyle Workman on guitar. The album was co-produced by Lori Lieberman and Matt Rollings.  Recorded & mixed by Bob Clearmountain and mastered by Darcy Proper.  This is Lori's finest sounding album. Eight songs are covers which Lori listened to with her father, while driving in Switzerland as a child, bopping to an eight track car stereo. Two originals were co-written forty years ago with Joe Harnell and never previously recorded. While there is one fresh composition, the title track "Truly" and a wonderful re-imagining of Lori's classic - "Killing Me Softly".  Matt Rollings gorgeous jazz improvisation on piano opens the song,  later the song is fleshed out by David Pitch (bass), Victor Indrizzo (drums) & Lyle Workman (guitar). In contrast, the original version, recorded when Lori was 19, sounds truly dated. Lori's new version, here on Truly, is the most heartfelt and brought the experienced Bob Clearmountain to tears. Lori's "Moonlight In Vermont" sounds remarkably fresh and current. The song opens with Matt Rollings piano which provides a wonderful counterpoint to her singing. When the rhythm section and Lyle Workman on guitar join in, the party starts to swing. Lyle Workman's  twenty second guitar sorbet  is clean & refreshing, every note tugs at your heart. We are talking goosebumps territory here.  Lori continues singing with the band in full swing - it's glorious. Her singing displays maturity & delivers wonderful shades of emotion & passion. This is a top shelf project and it sounds it.