Katharine McPhee reimagines, recharges, and reinvigorates a host of timeless romantic standards on her fifth full-length album, I Fall In Love Too Easily, which was produced by the legendary Don Was (The Rolling Stones, Bonnie Raitt) and recorded at the famed Capitol Recording Studios. The album is set for release on November 17th via BMG.
"I Fall in Love Too Easily" – The New Album. Out November 17th.Pre-order now: http://apple.co/2xhOj0Y
Posted by Katharine McPhee on Thursday, October 5, 2017
In anticipation of the release, McPhee’s rendition of the celebrated Frank Sinatra track “Night and Day” premiered via Entertainment Weekly. Click here to listen! Download the track instantly with your pre-order of the album on iTunes.
McPhee says of the album, “I wanted to do a record people could make out to. It’s the most romantic music in the world. All of the songs tell stories. That’s why I love them so much.”
Among many highlights on the album, McPhee imparts delicate sensitivity upon Nina Simone’s “Everything Must Change.” She has regularly performed the tune live and has finally recorded it after nearly a decade. On the track, solo piano resounds before orchestral strings entwine with her impassioned, impressive, and inimitable vocals.
- All the Way
- I’ll Be Seeing You/ Some Other Time (Medley)
- Night and Day
- I Fall in Love Too Easily
- Everything Must Change
- I’ve Grown Accustomed to His Face
- Sooner or Later
- Who Can I Turn To
- It Never Entered My Mind
- Blame It on My Youth/ You Make Me Feel So Young (Medley)
As part of the 2015 Sinatra 100: An All-Star GRAMMY® Concert that aired on CBS, McPhee joined John Legend for the opening medley—“You Make Me Feel So Young,” “My Kind Of Town,” and “You And Me (We Wanted It All)”. Her show-stopping presence and powerhouse voice captivated and inspired a key member of the program’s production team: iconic GRAMMY® Award-winning producer Don Was.Advertisement