I Fall In Love Too Easily is Katharine McPhee‘s new album, the 33-year-old American Idol alum has released her fifth studio album of ten tracks that focus on romantic arrangements of standards. Produced by Don Was and recorded at Capitol Recording Studios, the music and her voice are simply gorgeous. Front and center on this pop-jazz influenced recording, is McPhee’s outstanding take on these time-tested, traditional standards. On some of the tracks the arrangements combine two songs for an outstanding listen and added interest. For example, a unique medley of “I’ll Be Seeing You” and “Some Other Time” has a quiet string sections and McPhee’s enchanting vocals show her agility and control. McPhee takes these classic standards down a unique road that fits her vocal style perfectly, with her more pop sensibility, she really makes them her own, but there is still enough jazz in it to keep even the most bop thirsty listener drinking in her honey sounds.
I Fall In Love Too Easily
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)
Released: November 17, 2017
Creative arrangements that are romantic and sensual. McPhee’s voice is a real treat to listen to and she sounds very natural and at ease in this genre. The arrangements allow McPhee’s pop-jazz feel and the passion in her voice to blossom on every track.