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The Men I Love - The New American Songbook

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Barb Jungr

Label: Naim Label
Released: 2010
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Track Listing

01. Once in a Lifetime (David Byrne - Brian Eno) - 4:07; 02. I'm Believer (Neil Diamond) - 5:44; 03. Breaking Down the Walls of Heartache (Sandy Linzer - Denny Randell) - 3:14; 04. Night Comes On (Leonard Cohen) - 6:05; 05. Can't Get Used to Losing You / Red Red Wine ( Pomus - Shuman / Neil Diamond) - 3:23; 06. The River (Bruce Springsteen) - 4:52; 07. I Saw the Light (Todd Rundgren) - 3:58; 08. This Old Heart of Mine / Love Hurts (Holland - Dozier - Holland / B & F Bryant) - 5:39; 09. Everything I Own (David Gates) - 4:02; 10. You Ain't Going Nowhere (Bob Dylan) - 3:19; 11. My Little Town (Paul Simon) - 3:39; 12. Wichita Lineman (Jimmy Webb) - 3:46.

Personnel

Barb Jungr
Barb Jungr

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Barb Jungr (voce); Clive Bell (flauto, shakuhachi) Simon Wallace (piano, organo hammond, synth); Steve Watts (contrabbasso); Frank Schaefer (violoncello); Paul Clarvis (percussioni).


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