You Won't Forget Me

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Review Text With 1991's You Won't Forget Me, Shirley Horn's star continued to rise. While mostly ballads, this recording also includes swinging takes on "I Just Found Out About Love" and "Foolin' Myself." Toots Thielemans stars with his distinctive harmonica sound on "Beautiful Love" and "Soothe Me," and the unmistakable trumpet of Miles Davis weaves around Horn's vocal on the title track. The opening medley moves from the almost-whispered ballad "The Music That Makes Me Dance," to a funkily midtempo "Come Dance with Me." "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying" is absolutely gorgeous, with Wynton Marsalis stepping in to trade phrases with Horn's voice. The music here is mostly taken at a very leisurely tempo, and the spare arrangements allow plenty of room for the music to breathe, proving that less is often more. The only complaint is that such spaciousness generates is a certain sameness to the material, but this is leavened by the guest appearances of Thielemans, Davis, the brothers Marsalis, and tenorman Buck Hill. ~ Jim Newsom

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  1. 1. Music That Makes Me Dance - 7:31
  2. 2. Come Dance With Me - 3:52
  3. 3. Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying - 6:03
  4. 4. Beautiful Love - 4:39
  5. 5. Come Back to Me - 4:47
  6. 6. Too Late Now - 6:03
  7. 7. I Just Found Out About Love - 2:26
  8. 8. It Had to Be You - 7:54
  9. 9. Soothe Me - 4:33
  10. 10. Foolin' Myself - 3:50
  11. 11. If You Go - 9:02
  12. 12. You Stepped Out of a Dream - 4:47
  13. 13. You Won't Forget Me - 7:13
  14. 14. All My Tomorrows - 6:25

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