33 Songs, 2 Hours 19 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Eva Cassidy’s genius was to fold herself into other people’s songs, shaping and teasing them to her own emotions until they became distinctly, absorbingly hers. The January 1996 show that was originally distilled into 13 tracks on Live At Blues Alley is finally delivered in its epic entirety here and every song–from the heart-swelling “Fields of Gold” to the jazzy roll of “Son of a Preacher Man”–is a compelling illustration of a remarkable talent.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Eva Cassidy’s genius was to fold herself into other people’s songs, shaping and teasing them to her own emotions until they became distinctly, absorbingly hers. The January 1996 show that was originally distilled into 13 tracks on Live At Blues Alley is finally delivered in its epic entirety here and every song–from the heart-swelling “Fields of Gold” to the jazzy roll of “Son of a Preacher Man”–is a compelling illustration of a remarkable talent.

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