I Fall in Love Too Easily Katharine McPhee

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
14.11.2019

Label: BMG

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Vocal

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  • 1All the Way03:55
  • 2I'll Be Seeing You05:38
  • 3Night and Day05:08
  • 4I Fall in Love Too Easily03:52
  • 5Everything Must Change03:28
  • 6I've Grown Accustomed to His Face02:43
  • 7Sooner or Later (I Always Get My Man)03:06
  • 8Who Can I Turn To04:03
  • 9It Never Entered My Mind04:28
  • 10Blame It on My Youth04:07
  • Total Runtime40:28

Info for I Fall in Love Too Easily



Award-winning and gold-selling singer, actress, performer, philanthropist, and American Idol Season 5 breakout star Katharine McPhee reimagines, recharges, and reinvigorates a host of timeless romantic standards on her fifth full-length, I Fall In Love Too Easily, via BMG. The album was produced by the legendary Don Was (The Rolling Stones, Bonnie Raitt) and recorded at the famed Capitol Recording Studios.

"Modern pop music never treated Katharine McPhee especially well. She hit the Billboard Top 40 only once, when her 2007 post-American Idol debut, "Over It," went to 29. Given this, a move to the Great American Songbook makes sense, and 2017's I Fall in Love Too Easily is indeed a classy affair. Produced by Don Was and recorded at Capitol Studios, the place where Frank Sinatra cut so many of his classic records, I Fall in Love Too Easily is a smoky, subdued set of standards. McPhee and Was don't opt for the unexpected, preferring songs that are well-known and sturdy, withstanding decades of renditions: "All the Way," "I'll Be Seeing You," "Night and Day," "I've Grown Accustomed to His Face." McPhee doesn't radically reinterpret these warhorses, preferring to follow the contours of the songs exactly, so a lot of the weight on I Fall in Love Too Easily rests on the production. While there are strings and the occasional drum, the focus is always on McPhee and her pianist, giving this album the cozy, intimate feel of a nightclub." (Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG)

Katharine McPhee, vocals



Katharine McPhee
was born in Los Angeles in 1984 and is an American singer, songwriter and actress. She came into the public eye in 2005 after competing on American Idol, however McPhee has always been in the performing world. Her father, Daniel McPhee used to be a television producer while her mother and sister have been American Idol vocal coaches.

In 2005, McPhee competed in the fifth series of American Idol, performing a rendition of “God Bless the Child” for her audition. Receiving praise from judges and votes from the public, she made it to the final of the competition but was eventually beaten by Taylor Hicks.

In 2006, McPhee signed to a record company and released her first single “Somewhere Over the Rainbow/My Destiny” which she performed on American Idol. The single went on to become the second highest selling single of the year. After this, McPhee began to appear on television series such as Ugly Betty, Community and CSI: NY at the same time as releasing her first album, named “Katharine McPhee”.

Her television break came in 2012, when she was cast as Karen Cartwright in the NBC programme Smash. Based on the New York theatrical community, Smash told the story of creating “Bombshell”, a brand new musical about Marilyn Monroe, where Karen Cartwright was unexpectedly cast as the lead. With an original soundtrack, McPhee gained a new legion of fans performing alongside Broadway stars including Megan Hilty, Christian Borle and Anjelica Huston.

McPhee made her Broadway debut in 2018 as Jenna Hunterson in Waitress. She first played the role from 10th April 2018 to 17th June 2018, before reprising her performance from 5th July 2018 to 19th August 2018.

Katharine McPhee will originate the role of Jenna in the West End production of Waitress, opening at the Adelphi Theatre and play her final performance on 15th June.

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