Nancy Lane – Let Me Love YouMarch 1, 2016 / No Comments / Tags: Aron Doyle, Dave Laing, François D' Amours, Kenny Bibace, Lara Driscoll, Mike De Masi, Nancy Lane, thejazzpage.com
Let Me Love You is the fantastic debut of singer Nancy Lane. Lane’s voice is as mesmerizing as it is confident, something that is likely the product of hailing from a very musical family. Lane manages ballad and uptempo numbers with equal grace on a recording that is nicely balanced standards of various tempos. Works by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, Arthur Hamilton, Clarence Gaskill and Cole Porter, among others, are the heart of this effort. Joining Lane on the recording are drummer Dave Laing, guitarist Kenny Bibace, bassist Mike De Masi, pianist Lara Driscoll, saxophonist François D’ Amours and trumpet/flugelhorn player Aron Doyle. This is a tremendous entertaining work from an artist you should hear.
Click to listen to a clip of “What Is This Thing Called Love?”:
Tracks: Let Me Love You, I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me, We’re Together, Tout Ce Que Veut Lola, Every Time With I’m With You, Cry Me A River, Everything I’ve Got Belongs To You, All of You, You Took Advantage of Me, What Is This Thing Called Love?, Just Say I Love Him .