Taking a Chance On Love - Jane Monheit

Taking a Chance On Love

Jane Monheit

  • Genre: Vocal
  • Release Date: 2003-12-08
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12



Title Artist Time
Honeysuckle Rose Jane Monheit, Lewis Nash, Geoffrey Keezer & Christian McBride 3:37 USD 1.29
In the Still of the Night Jane Monheit & Orchestra 5:05 USD 1.29
Taking a Chance On Love Jane Monheit, Rick Montalbano, Michael Kanan, Orlando le Fleming & Donald Harrison 3:18 USD 1.29
Bill Jane Monheit & Michael Kanan 5:15 USD 1.29
I Won't Dance Jane Monheit, Michael Bublé, Lewis Nash, Rob Mounsey, Ron Carter, Lawrence Feldman, Bob Malach, Andy Snitzer, Roger Rosenberg, Lew Soloff, Jim Hynes & Michael Davis 3:35 USD 1.29
Too Late Now Jane Monheit, Rick Montalbano, Michael Kanan, Orlando le Fleming & Joel Frahm 5:20 USD 1.29
Why Can't You Behave? Jane Monheit, Michael Kanan, Miles Okazaki, Rick Montalbano & Orlando le Fleming 4:07 USD 1.29
Do I Love You? Jane Monheit & Orchestra 4:52 USD 1.29
Love Me or Leave Me Jane Monheit, Lewis Nash, Geoffrey Keezer, Christian McBride, Donald Harrison & Joel Frahm 3:33 USD 1.29
Embraceable You Jane Monheit & Romero Lubambo 3:46 USD 1.29
Dancing In the Dark Jane Monheit & Orchestra 5:03 USD 1.29
Over the Rainbow Jane Monheit, Rick Montalbano, Michael Kanan, Orchestra & Orlando le Fleming 3:54 USD 1.29


  • Well, Hello Jane!

    By Helena Sorensen Aman
    This album was a random Christmas gift from my mother. Holy Lord, the woman hit the jackpot. Jane Monheit's exquisite vocal control, her lusciously sultry tone, and her playful style are the perfect combination! "In The Still of the Night" blew me away. My mouth fell open, truly. I love this woman. One of my favorite singers anywhere.
  • A great talent

    By billystamps
    She has great emotion in her voice and puts it over with class .
  • Love It!

    By APBW
    It's definitely a favorite of mine! So much so I actually wore the CD out. My little girls love most every song on it. I used to play it for em when they were in cradles. When they got old enough, they'd sneak it off the shelf and play it. Her voice is so wonderfully addicting and lovely to boot!
  • Waters of March

    By chocolate june
    This song is awesome (Waters of March) - Jane's voice is like butter! I heard while on hold on a phone call with Sears Customer Service - it was the 'on hold' song. I had to research it. I'm pursuing more of her music.
  • Dancing in the Dark

    By AllieMur
    I have the entire album, and I love it, but I need to compliment the unbelievably wonderful arrangement of "Dancing in the Dark". In my opinion, it is the finest and most original modern arrangement of a classic jazz song available today. Really can't say enough in praise of the artist's interpretation, the arrangement and the instrumentation. They truly are affecting at a gut level that is hard to describe - they paint an entire picture in a song,a dark picture, but a beautiful one.
  • Totes... and who is in the band?

    By gw00
    Band also is innovative and supports and reflects her outstanding style. Anyone know exactly who they are? Ron Carter was on the prior album....
  • she is awsome in every sense of the word.

    By livinsweet
    i love this album her voice takes me to a far away happy place just plain beauty
  • To Jane

    By Sacto
    Wonderful album and if you ever decide to stop singing or never record another song ... just know you once sang a remarkable version of "Dancing In The Dark". It is as near to perfection as possible and I cannot explain the unbridled joy I get from listening to it. Bravo!

    By DANCING~inthe~DARK
    her voice is untouchable and utterly gorgeous. I will definately be buying her other albums. Definately worth the buy. and a good range of slow , to, fun and jazzy songs. extra fun. love to jane
  • So Beautifully Effortless - To me her best work

    By Likes2Sing
    This album is so fresh and pure! I love the way she interprets "In the Still of the Night", of course, "I Won't Dance", "Embraceable You" and the lovely rendition of "Over the Rainbow" - I believe Judy Garland would be proud