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Connick says working lyric gradually becomes a song

“If it was up to me I’d be recording all the time, but records are things that have to be set up and marketed,” says Harrick Connick Jr., who is touring behind two recent albums.
“If it was up to me I’d be recording all the time, but records are things that have to be set up and marketed,” says Harrick Connick Jr., who is touring behind two recent albums.
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Harry Connick Jr.’s two most recent vocal releases couldn’t be more different from each other. The singer, pianist and actor released the limited-edition “Smokey Mary” in February, an upbeat album of Mardi Gras-inspired party music in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Krewe of Orpheus, the New Orleans Mardi Gras group that Connick co-founded. June saw the wide release of “Every Man Should Know,” Connick’s official studio follow-up to his 2009 collaboration with Clive ...


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