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1974 "Cybill does it...to Cole Porter" [Out of Print] 1975 "At Long Last Love: Film Soundtrack" [Out of Print] 1976 "Mad About The Boy" 1979 "Vanilla" 1987 "Moonlighting: TV Soundtrack" 1987 "Blue Moon/I Told Ya I Love Ya, Now get out" [Out of Print] 1990 "Somewhere Down The Road" 1997 "Talk Memphis To Me" 1998 Tom Jones "The Gold Collection" featuring Cybill Shepherd 1999 "Songs from The Cybill Show" 2001 "Live At the Cinegrill" 2004 "At Home With Cybilll"

Although Cybill is best known for her high-profile acting roles she remains passionate about her first love of singing...

Cybill recorded her first album in 1974 and to date has released eight solo albums that cover a diverse repertoire of music from rock to blues to jazz to classic pop standards. In fact, throughout her career Cybill has continued to find time to record & perform at her sell-out cabaret shows in the USA, UK and Australia.


   


 

AT HOME WITH CYBILL
(2004/River Siren Productions
)
Cybill's latest musical offering is an intimate piano/vocal recording produced at her own home. The CD features "
carefully selected material and deeply personal performances" of some well known standards eg. I Could Write A Book, Fields of Gold and I Have Dreamed. It also comes packaged in some sumptuous artwork of Cybill!

 

Click to BUY this CDLIVE AT THE CINEGRILL
(2001/River Siren Productions
)
If you have never experienced Cybill on stage in one of her cabaret acts then this live performance recorded at the renown Cinegrill in June 2000 is for you. This CD captures Cybill at her best as she jokes with her audience and serenades them sweetly with some beautiful torch songs that include Talk Memphis To Me, The Party's Over and the theme song to her show, Moonlighting Real Player Audio Clip. Cybill also gives magical interpretations of two new Janis Ian tracks, Memphis and She Must Be Beautiful.
 

 

Click to BUY & HEAR this CDSONGS FROM THE CYBILL SHOW
(1999/River Siren Productions
)
Play this and reminisce on the smash sitcom "Cybill", as this album features soundbites & re-recordings of songs that featured on the show's soundtrack including the shows signature tune
Nice Work If You Can Get It which is a polished piece of perfection, a slick swingy make-over of the Doris Day hit Secret Love and superb covers of Sinatra's That's Life and Franklin's Respect. For me one of the biggest highlights is a much superior cut of Cybill's self-penned tune Talk Memphis To Me Real Player Audio Clip which differs from the version on her 1997 album.
 

 

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THE GOLD COLLECTION
(1998/
Retro)
This compilation CD contains tracks performed live on Tom Jones's hugely successful 1980s North American TV Show and guess what a duet of Our Day Will Come Real Player Audio Clip with Cybill is featured taken from an August 1981 show. Notably, Cybill also sang on the same show a solo rendition of Bing Crosby's Stardust Real Player Audio Clip which is now extremely hard to find.

 
 

 

Click to BUY & HEAR this CDTALK MEMPHIS TO ME
(1997/
Drive Entertainment
)
A blend of country, blues & pop, a real trip back to her Memphis roots. Highlights being the heart-felt If I Could which Cybill was performing many years before its release her on CD in her stage act. Other stunners are the sweet sounding Tennessee Waltz, ballad Find Another Fool, and the jazzy You Never Know (Where You Will Find A Friend) which is a  very seductive loungy tune. Sadly the production is a tad too synthesized for my liking overshadowing was is on whole a nice concept album.
 

 

Click to BUY & HEAR this CDSOMEWHERE DOWN THE ROAD
(1990/
Gold Castle Records)

The day I finally tracked this album down I was pleasantly surprised as Cybill makes a cross-over into the realms of pop. The title track Real Player Audio Clip is a great duet with Peabo Bryson whilst the rest of the album is packed full of memorable songs such as One More Night, Till You, Too Soon and Whatever You Imagine that all showcase well Cybill's versatile vocal range.

 

 

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MOONLIGHTING O.S.T
(1987/MCA)
This television soundtrack was how I first discovered Cybill could sing. Already a big fan of the TV show I picked up a copy of what is a various artists compilation of songs  associated with some of the show's most cult episodes. It does of course feature two big-band ditties by Ms Shepherd, these are
Blue Moon Real Player Audio Clip and I Told YA I Love Ya, Now Get Out, both of which she performed during the second season in the episode The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice (15 October 1985).


 

 

Click to BUY & HEAR this CDSOMEWHERE DOWN THE ROAD
(1990/
Gold Castle Records)

The day I finally tracked this album down I was pleasantly surprised as Cybill makes a cross-over into the realms of pop. The title track Real Player Audio Clip is a great duet with Peabo Bryson whilst the rest of the album is packed full of memorable songs such as One More Night, Till You, Too Soon and Whatever You Imagine that all showcase well Cybill's versatile vocal range.

 

 

Click to BUY this CDVANILLA
(1979/
Gold Castle Records)
Swingy & sassy! Hear a young Cybill belt out some jazzy arrangements of some enduring songs and feature the talents of
pianist Phineas Newborn Jnr.

 

 

Click to BUY this CDMAD ABOUT THE BOY
(1976/
Inner City Records)
Picture this the ultimate in Tenor Sax provided by Stan Getz and a seductive voice which caresses every note. Look NO further you have found it! Every track here is first-rate and makes for great lounge music, favourites would be Mad About The Boy
Real Player Audio Clip and I'm Falling In Love Again.

 

1975 "At Long Last Love: Film Soundtrack" [Out of Print]AT LONG LAST LOVE
(Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

(1975/RCA Records
)

This 20th Century-Fox movie was director Peter Bogdanovich's honour to musical comedies of the 1930s and again starred his screen prodigy Cybill Shepherd alongside Burt Reynolds. Featuring a lush soundtrack of songs by Cole Porter sung by the cast of the movie, fine examples are I Get A Kick Out of You, Friendship & You're The Top. The double LP is now obscure much like the movie which equally failed to receive commercial and critical success at the time of its release.

 

Out of PrintCYBILL DOES IT...TO COLE PORTER
(1974/
Paramount Records)

Let's go back to basics...take some standards from days gone by, with full orchestral accompaniment and away you go. This album has a certain charm and with direction and production by Peter Bogdanovich [who launched Cybill into stardom in his movie, The Last Picture Show] you almost feel she is taking on a role with each song. Highlights would definitely be Cybill's remakes of My Heart Belongs To Daddy
Real Player Audio Clip, Let's Do It and Anything Goes Real Player Audio Clip.

 

 

 

 

 
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