Lorrie Morgan's debut album for RCA Records, Leave the Light On, is a skilled and assured blend of traditional country, honky tonk, country-rock and modern pop sensibilities that pointed the direction toward the sound, style and musical eclecticism of '90s contemporary country. Boasting a clean production and uncluttered arrangements, the record shifts between straightforward country rockers and ballads, to soul-inflected numbers, all of which help showcase Morgan's exceptional voice.
We know nothing of the origins, youth and education of Marbriano de Orto (c. 1460-1529) other than that he was the illegitimate son of a priest. His surname is probably that of his mother, Dujardin, and he was trained as a chorister somewhere in the diocese of Doornik/Tournai, in present-day Belgium. The fact that the Pope granted de Orto a benefice in 1486 which secured him a lifelong income from the diocese seems to confirm his close relationship to it from the outset of his career.
The Sound Of Music by Pizzicato Five was Pizzicato Five's third release in the United States under the label Matador Records. The album was Matador's second compilation of Pizzicato Five's previously released material, with an emphasis on their albums Bossanova 2001 and Overdose.