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Not Dark Yet was recorded in Los Angeles in the summer of 2016. The album provides a potent look at the sisters' individual and collective artistry through eclectic song choices from writers ranging from the Louvin Brothers, Nick Cave, Kurt Cobain, and back to Jessie Colter. Shelby and Allison wrap their arms around the past, plant their feet in the present, and nod toward what's around the bend with a co-written Is It Too Much to close out the ten-song set.
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Just A Paltry Lovin'
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This CD is a collection of songs by Dusty Springfield that were close to Shelby's heart. She had wanted to do this record for a long time and she realizes the fruition with this 10 song set. Standouts include 'Anyone Who Had A Heart', 'The Book of Love', and 'Breakfast in Bed'. Universal/Lost Highway. 2008.
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It's a risky move for any singer to attempt a direct ascent on the towering peaks of Dusty Springfield's evergreen legacy. (Rolling Stone once called Dusty in Memphis the third most "essential" rock album by a woman.) Just a Little Lovin' achieves the unlikely: a tribute to an immortal artist which both glorifies its subject and elevates the worshipper kneeling at her altar. Lynne's 2001 breakthrough, I Am Shelby Lynne, was both utterly fresh and nostalgically infused with a Memphis-like spirit. Much of Just a Little Lovin' is as familiar as an old pair of shoes. Lynne's original contribution, "Pretend," fits snugly between the classics, but it's the loose, practically improvised vibe of this recording that breathes new life into Bacharach and David's "Anyone Who Had a Heart" and, especially, Randy Newman's "I Don't Want to Hear It Anymore." Genius producer Phil Ramone lends the entire collection the kind of intimacy he brought to Paul Simon and Billy Joel's most atmospheric 1970s recordings. Restrained instrumentation--often simply guitar, upright bass, a sprinkling of piano, and light percussion--turn even the teenage bubble-gum anthem "I Only Want to Be with You" into a sultry meditation. It's hard to imagine another recent album more successful in melding retro-reverence with contemporary moderation. The result arouses emotion even as it enchantingly relaxes. --Ben Heege

Latest News

  • Shelby Lynne, Allison Moorer to Wrapper Nirvana, Haggard on New Album

    05/24/17 ,via RollingStone.com

    From the circumstance they could speak, Alabama-bred sisters Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer were singing together. Although their musical trajectories have more regularly been divergent than not, their soulful, individualist voices offer hints of one another's

  • Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer's Not Profound Yet Arrives Aug. 18

    05/25/17 ,via CMT.com

    “Lungs” and Merle Played out's “Silver Wings.” They also give their spin on songs by The Killers, Bob Dylan, Nirvana, Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires and Nike Inwards b yield & the Bad Seeds. The album closes with the new Lynne and Moorer original “Is It Too Much.

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Recipes

  • Lynne's Favorite Marinara Recipe

    tomato, beef broth, garlic, sugar, red pepper, olive oil, red wine, butter, tomato, onions, carrot, basil, black pepper, oregano, flour

Books

  • French Kissing

    2015. ISBN: 1783758139,9781783758135. 288 pages.

    Anna Mitchel has been calligraphy letters to her French penfriend, Alexandre Tourville, for fifteen years, but hasn't seen him since an exchange trip when they were at school. When Alex, now a successful photographer, comes to occupation in London, Anna offers to put him up, but is astounded that the small, geeky boy she remembers is now tall, broad-shouldered and gorgeous, and has just broken up with his long-an arrangement girlfriend. Anna's female friends are soon swooning over Alex's Gallic charm, and Anna's boyfriend Nick is soon uncommonly jealous of her friendship with an attractive single man. Then Alex has to return to Paris to oversee the hanging of his photographs in an exhibition, and invites Anna to come with him so that he can show her the city he adores