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Most Requested Songs

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01
The Waters Of March
3:58  
02
They Can't Take That Away From Me
5:24  
03
Quality Time
4:22  
04
Manha De Carnaval
4:49  
05
Look For The Silver Lining
4:04  
06
I Thought About You
5:17  
07
The People That You Never Get To Love
4:43  
08
If I Only Had A Heart
2:22  
09
P'ra Machucar Meu Coracao (The Day We Said Goodbye)
6:11  
10
Easy To Love
6:03  
11
Thanks For The Memory
5:02  
12
Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home
4:21  
13
S'Wonderful
4:13  
14
For All We Know
3:11  
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 64:00

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The Waters of March...

LeftEar

The entire album is great, but The Waters of march (Track 1) is simply perfect. She was a phenomenal singer/stylist, and I wish she were still with us.

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"Sweet Susannah", for fans of Diana Krall

Gnubee

Ah Susannah, if you'd only known what your voice does to us and felt what we feel when we listen to you. Susannah takes me to a timeless place from where I never want to leave.

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Excellent Singer

jimtgill

Susannah was a great song interpreter, before depression robbed her of her life. Try listening to the first track on this album and not want to hear the rest.

They Say All Music Guide

There’s something incredibly tragic and ironic in the strange reality that finds a beloved jazz singer taking her own life just after compiling a collection of her best loved interpretations. So loved by so many, but perhaps — as she wrote in her liner notes for her wistful reading of “If I Only Had a Heart” — she was one of those people who “have trouble experiencing their own emotions and yearn to feel something, anything.” Also in this spirited mix of classics is “Look For the Silver Lining,” and her version is, of course, cheery. But morbid ironies aside, this disc shows her amazing diversity as her crystal, smoky voice tackled Brazilian (“The Waters of March” and “Manha De Carnaval,” sung completely in Portuguese), musical comedy (Dave Frishberg’s “Quality Time”) and traditional jazz (“I Thought About You”). These songs were selected from her prolific output of some two hundred recorded performances, spotlighting 14 songs best loved by her fans around the world. Now, of course, it’s a parting gift, made all the more poignant by McCorkle’s written reflections on the album sleeve. Her personal tragedy will certainly draw in listeners who might not otherwise have known about her, but as her longtime fans knew, for her, it was all about communicating the song to her appreciative audience. – Jonathan Widran

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