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Title:
Keep me in your heart for a while the best of Madeleine Peyroux.
Author:
Peyroux, Madeleine.
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Publication Information:
[Place of publication not identified] : Rounder, [2014]

â„—2014
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.

Program notes, by Yves Beauvais, and full credits on container insert.
Language:
English
Contents:
Don't wait too long You're gonna make me lonesome when you go Between the bars (Getting some) Fun out of life Dance me to the end of love Smile La vie en rose Half the perfect world Guilty I'm all right Desperadoes under the eaves (extended version) Kind you can't afford Instead Keep me in your heart (first audio release) This is heaven to me
Subject Term:
UPC:
888072361546
Format :
Music CD

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The 2014 career-spanning anthology Keep Me in Your Heart for a While: The Best of Madeleine Peyroux, showcases tracks from throughout the Georgia-born, Paris-based vocalist's career. Starting with her 1996 debut album, Dreamland, and running through her 2013 studio effort The Blue Room, Keep Me in Your Heart for a While reveals Peyroux's transformation from a bluesy, Billie Holiday-influenced vocal ingenue to a mature and sophisticated interpreter of popular song, both new and old. Here we get such tracks as "La Vie en Rose," "Smile," "Between the Bars," "Dance Me to the End of Love," and more. Also included is Peyroux's previously unreleased recording of Warren Zevon's "Keep Me in Your Heart," from the film Union Square. ~ Matt Collar