It Might Be Fun

It Might Be Fun

“For her latest recording, singer Sandy Bainum decided to go with an album of all original songs, songs written by her album’s Grammy-nominated producer, Bruce Kimmel. Bainum sings plaintive ballads –“It Doesn’t Get Easier” and “No Letting Go,” as well as upbeat numbers — “I See Rainbows,” and “Two Roads” (written with Richard M. Sherman of the Sherman Brothers)…Bainum’s luscious voice caresses the lyrics of ballads such as the ode to marriage, “Truly Married,” and brings out every ounce of melancholy in “Three Acts.” …” Lanny Meyers’ arrangements and orchestrations are a third star of the album.”

It Might Be Fun

“I already knew going in how good she is. But this CD exceeded my expectations. Her team is so lucky to have each other. The big three as I like to call them. The arrangements and orchestrations by Lanny Meyers are some of the finest I’ve heard recently. Bruce Kimmel can write with the best of them.”

It Might Be Fun

“Smiles come in many varieties in song: there’s the big uncomplicated grin; the smiling-through-tears search for the elusive silver lining; the gritted-teeth smile that’s fueled by determination and survival skills. Sandy Bainum flashes all these smiles in It Might Be Fun….The songs are all likeable ones by Bruce Kimmel and arranged by Lanny Meyers; the trio worked together before on the Kritzerland label and it shows.…A huge orchestra brings a lush, full sound—lovingly balanced and brought out to serve the songs rather wallpaper or overwhelm them.”

Sandy Bainum Albums

It Might Be Fun

It Might Be Fun is a new and exciting departure for Sandy, an album of all original songs.
The album was recorded in Los Angeles at the legendary Capitol Studios Studio A with a phenomenal 35-piece orchestra.

It Might Be Fun

“I already knew going in how good she is. But this CD exceeded my expectations. Her team is so lucky to have each other. The big three as I like to call them. The arrangements and orchestrations by Lanny Meyers are some of the finest I’ve heard recently. Bruce Kimmel can write with the best of them.”

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