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Cabaret icon Andrea Marcovicci inspires thoughts of long, flowing gowns and classic love songs of the '40s. Her 2000 album "i"Here, There amp; Everywhere represents a different side, featuring what she calls "pop songs of our time"--Billy Joel, the Beatles, James Taylor. Some songs are better suited to her than others--the singing actress may not have the most beautiful instrument and some notes are a little unstable--but the selection is diverse and interesting and Marcovicci never fails to provide excellent taste. (She even has the refreshingly good sense not to follow the usual, often awkward practice of gender-switching pronouns simply because she, not Paul McCartney, is singing "Here, There and Everywhere.") And the songs she does best--the Beatles' "For No One," Jimmy Webb's "If These Walls Could Speak," Stephen Sondheim's "Send in the Clowns"--are very fine indeed, while pianist-arranger Shelly Markham (rather than usual accomplice Glenn Mehrbach) provides excellent support as well as an attractive song of his own, "The Sweetest of Nights and the Finest of Days." This certainly wouldn't be anyone's first choice for a Marcovicci album, but fans shouldn't miss it. --David Horiuchi

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