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Imagine

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I know you’ve heard it a million times, but this is Eva’s version, and it’s my favorite song on this album. One of the UK fans who was listening to Radio 2 in August of 2002 wrote me, “With Wogan away on holiday, Johnnie Walker is sitting in for him and played ‘Early Morning Rain’ this morning. The setting was Green Hill, Nova Scotia, which is a little village next to the huge green hill where Walter snapped the photo of Eva. the kind of performances that make audiences feel guilty about breaking the fragile time-stopping magic by breathing too loud. I did eventually remember when the song finished and had to back-track a couple of miles to get him….

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As a solo, it was a standard in Eva’s repertoire with the band, and she sang it at Blues Alley the night the live album was recorded. Eva’s brother Dan Cassidy’s fiddle is featured in this recording, which was also part of Dan’s solo album DAN CASSIDY ON THE FIDDLE (available only in Iceland). The black-and-white closeup photo of Eva was taken by Eva’s friend Larry Melton, who also photographed Eva for the cover of LIVE AT BLUES ALLEY. It Doesn’t Matter Anymore,” the opening track of the album, was taped at Pearl’s Restaurant in Annapolis, probably in 1994.

to feel a shiver of delight at another effortlessly ideal cover, or listen to her laid-back “You’ve Changed” from the Blues Alley sessions to experience more of her soulful jazz.



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