- Track Listing
- Hold On to Me
- Beautiful Day
- Eleanor Rigby
- Good to Me
- Autumn Leaves
- You Make My Dreams Come True
- The Nearness of You
- Love Never Fails
- Can't Take That Away
- Poor Wayfaring Stranger
By Alethea, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This is such a fun album. The first time I seen Hudson Lights was at a Time Out For Women event. They had the crowd dancing. It was so much fun. I love listening to these guys sing. You can't help but sing and dance. There are too many favorites to mention. This album is great!
By Maria, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I LOVE this CD! These guys have an amazing talent that is a pleasure to listen to. I have incorporated this CD completely into my life--my car, my running routine, my leisure. It's relaxing and engaging, and one of those CDs that has a couple of different styles, so you don't feel like you're listening to the same song over and over again. My personal favorites are "Brave" and an original twist on the Beatles classic, "Eleanor Rigby." I love how Hudson Lights makes it their own.
By Melanie, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This is an awesome debut! I love their harmony and variety. Some songs are upbeat and others are slow and make me want to close my eyes and relax. I enjoy it more each time I listen to it!
By Cathy, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I LOVED this CD! I really liked that it was a mix of original music and covers, so there were some that I knew and could sing along with. I really liked their version of Eleanor Rigby and Beautiful Day. The whole CD sounded a little bit like Frank Sinatra or Michael Bubble, and I really liked that. I can't wait to hear more music by these talented guys!
By Michelle, Submitted on 2015-02-25
The information I received with the CD says at the top "Debut Album Channels Sinatra, Groban, and Bublé . . . Times Four" and I can say that this group lives up to that description. I've always loved musicals, especially Gershwin ones, so when I listened to the Hudson Lights version of "Can't Take That Away," I was instantly transported to the set of a Fred Astaire movie in my mind. Hudson Lights reminds me a lot of Broadway musicals. At one point while listening to the CD, I thought of the musical Guys and Dolls & think these men could fit in perfectly with that musical also. As the description states, they also remind me a lot of Sinatra and that era of music. I wish they had done more original songs instead of remakes of others, but other than that I thoroughly enjoy their music and love how they take me back to another time through their voices.