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Chasing Rainbows

If you like Jane's magnificent voice, what's not to like here. Two cuts, I'm Always Chasing Rainbows and Lalena, are excellent vocal arrangements for a superb voice. Seldom are her vocals "jazzed up" to serve the vocalist's range or ego. Rather, her performances are simple and true to the writer's composition. She sings with great sensitivity and compassion for the human spirit. If you like Jane, you'll like this.

The best of Jane

This is the absolute best and perfect Jane Olivor album. It has an absolute feel and mood from beginning to end. Don't ruin the artistry of this recording by just downloading a track or two. You need to download the whole album and listen from start to finish to appreciate it's artistry. The opening track of Chasing Rainbows sets the tone and is quickly followed by a haunting Lalena. Jane does a great cover the the Carpenter's You and the best of the album are the next three tracks - It's Over Goodbye, Come In From The Rain (the best version by any artist of this song0 and Beautiful Sadness. A work of art. Thanks Jane

Chasing Rainbows

Jane Olivers voice is almost beyond belief in its beauty tonal quality . The feeling she puts into a song is sometimes breathtaking. Im Always Chasing Rainbows is a treasure


Born: 1947 in New York, NY

Genre: Vocal

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Jane Cohen from Brooklyn, NY, remade herself into French-style cabaret singer Jane Olivor in the downtown Manhattan club scene of the early '70s. Employing an emphatic style that reminded some listeners of French chanteuse Edith Piaf and others of fellow Brooklynite Barbra Streisand, Olivor built a following among gay men and other fans of traditional pop, transforming songs like "Some Enchanted Evening" from the Broadway musical South Pacific and the Fleetwoods' 1959 hit "Come Softly to Me" into...
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