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In Alex's own words, "as a longtime devotee of music from the classic genre I find something of a kinship with the music that buoyed nations through the "dirty thirties"... The initial concept of this record was to honor that kind of spirit with songs popular in 1933, recorded while I was 33."  Along with her longtime band the 'Alleycats' - the music is presented with all the love, fun and respect it deserves.  The late, great Jeff Healey (who produced her first two recordings) called Alex "the greatest current exponent of the classic American Song."  Pangman makes music of the past captivatingly present with her persuasive and infectious charm.

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Alex Pangman

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I Found A New Baby 2:23

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Ain't cha' Glad? 3:20

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A Hundred Years From Today 3:24

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Thanks 3:22

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Honeysuckle Rose 3:05

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Happy As The Day Is Long 2:21

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Shine 3:14

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I Surrender Dear 4:09

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As Lovely Lovers Do 3:27

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Hummin' To Myself 3:26

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You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me 3:26

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In Alex's own words, "as a longtime devotee of music from the classic genre I find something of a kinship with the music that buoyed nations through the "dirty thirties"... The initial concept of this record was to honor that kind of spirit with songs popular in 1933, recorded while I was 33."  Along with her longtime band the 'Alleycats' - the music is presented with all the love, fun and respect it deserves.  The late, great Jeff Healey (who produced her first two recordings) called Alex "the greatest current exponent of the classic American Song."  Pangman makes music of the past captivatingly present with her persuasive and infectious charm.