Amazing though it is, the story of how Melody Gardot overcame the effects of a near-fatal accident to become one of the vocal sensations of 2008 is not the most extraordinary thing about the 23-year-old Philadelphia singer- songwriter. It is simply that here is a voice in a million; one that touches the soul. The eleven songs on Melody's debut album WORRISOME HEART, covering a wide range of emotions, are all her own except for an irresistible, Brazilian take on Somewhere Over the Rainbow. It would take a heart of stone to remain unmoved by the poignant title track My One And Only Thrill. And when the album is finished (as Irving Berlin wrote truly) the song is over, but the Melody lingers on.

Amazing though it is, the story of how Melody Gardot overcame the effects of a near-fatal accident to become one of the vocal sensations of 2008 is not the most extraordinary thing about the 23-year-old Philadelphia singer- songwriter. It is simply that here is a voice in a million; one that touches the soul. The eleven songs on Melody's debut album WORRISOME HEART, covering a wide range of emotions, are all her own except for an irresistible, Brazilian take on Somewhere Over the Rainbow. It would take a heart of stone to remain unmoved by the poignant title track My One And Only Thrill. And when the album is finished (as Irving Berlin wrote truly) the song is over, but the Melody lingers on.

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Format: CD
Label: VERVE
Catalog: 1256302
Rel. Date: 04/28/2009
UPC: 602517967823

My One And Only Thrill
Artist: Melody Gardot
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Amazing though it is, the story of how Melody Gardot overcame the effects of a near-fatal accident to become one of the vocal sensations of 2008 is not the most extraordinary thing about the 23-year-old Philadelphia singer- songwriter. It is simply that here is a voice in a million; one that touches the soul. The eleven songs on Melody's debut album WORRISOME HEART, covering a wide range of emotions, are all her own except for an irresistible, Brazilian take on Somewhere Over the Rainbow. It would take a heart of stone to remain unmoved by the poignant title track My One And Only Thrill. And when the album is finished (as Irving Berlin wrote truly) the song is over, but the Melody lingers on.