Released in 2005, this debut CD of original material, produced with acclaimed Flamenco guitarist Hernan Romero, laces American musical genres with Latin and European influences. From it, the song 'Day Bed' was chosen by the Songwriter's Hall of Fame for its 2006 New Writer's Compilation CD.
I only recently discovered that the very talented actress, Lisa Zane, had this outstanding musical side. I'm not the most knowledgeable on the background and culture behind this style of music so I'll just speak from my heart; it's rich and deep with emotion and beauty, not overly melancholic, and actually feels upbeat at time, though it's still moody and brooding, with a fluid shift; songs flow across the spectrum without segmentation, and this is credited to her voice and the fine instrumentation, and the natural conjunction of these elements. Are my descriptions helping? If not, sorry, just sample the music here and hear for yourself. Lisa Zane has that broad-ranged singing voice that conjures feelings of a classical aesthetic. You can feel better about yourself for listening to this; it has so much to offer in dimension of mood as opposed to the cheap stuff that the mainstream pitches all over the place. I really hope, if this is your style, that you pick this album up and give it the attention it deserves!William L. Davis December 7, 2012, Amazon Reviewer