Singer/songwriter Shelby Lynne is to pay tribute to late diva DUSTY SPRINGFIELD with a new album of covers.
Lynne digs deep into the beloved singer's songbook for her new album Just a Little Lovin', which features classics like Anyone Who Had a Heart and You Don't Have To Say You Love Me.
Lynne admits she recorded the album because she can never get enough of Springfield's hits: "I just set out to sing songs we all want to hear again. The road map I followed when cutting these, was the one she made years ago. It was easy. I just sang and let the songs do the work."
The album, recorded at Los Angeles' fabled Capitol Studio A, will be released in February (08).
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