“I don’t care who you compare this LP to, it will hold its own.” Click here to read the full review from dagogo.com’s Jack Roberts >>
Jack Roberts writes: “The 1940s style picture of a forlorn lady sitting on a piano, the title Lost In Romance, and the beautiful full toned music of this album never in a million years says, new artist. I had never heard of her but her website says she was discovered in 2010 by world class jazz pianist Paul Smith. I have really enjoyed listening to Lyn Stanley on this beautiful done double LP. Like the album cover her voice and even the simplicity of the recording is a throwback to sounds of a simpler time.
I love Julie London, June Christy, Dinah Washington, Peggy Lee, and Anita O’Day, but I don’t care who you compare this LP to, it will hold its own. Lost In Romance an album where the music of the great “American Songbook” has been equally well performed and recorded. If you have any interest in this type of beautiful music this is a must have LP.”