- Released: May 13, 1997
- Originally Released: 1997
- Label: Time Line Production
- 1.The Music of the Night
- 2.Part of Your World
- 3.Unchained Melody
- 4.I'd Give My Life for You
- 5.Hymne (Vangelis)
- 6.Theme from Prince of Tides
- 7.Theme from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
- 8.Medley from Dances with Wolves
- 9.Think of Me
- 10.Wind Beneath My Wings
- 11.Whole New World
- 12.Have I Told You Lately
- 13.Theme from Beauty and the Beast
- 14.Tears in Heaven
- 15.Love Is
- 16.When I Fall in Love
- 17.Can You Feel the Love Tonight?
Personnel includes: Lorie Line (piano); Dean Magraw (guitar); Peter Ostroushko (mandolin); David Bullock, Carolyn Boulay (violin); Sarah Lewis,m
Diane Tremaine (cello); Bruce Kurnow (harmonica, keyboards); David Livingston (flute, recorders, crumhorns); Kenni Holmen (saxophone); Gordon Johnson (bass); Gordy Knutson (drums); Marc Anderson (percussion).
Recorded at Studio M, Minnesota Public Radio, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Personnel: Lorie Line (piano); Dean Magraw (guitar); Peter Ostroushko (mandolin); Carolyn Boulay, David Bullock (violin); Sarah Lewis, Diane Tremaine (cello); David Livingston (flute, recorder, crumhorn); Bruce Kurnow (harmonica, keyboards); Ken Holmen (saxophone); Gordon Johnson (double bass); Gordon Knudtson (drums); Marc Anderson (percussion).
Recording information: Studio M, Minnesota Public Radio, St. Paul, MN.
Photographers: Neal Preston; Joel Larson.
Arranger: Lorie Line.
Music from the Heart: Greatest Cover Hits is a 17-track collection of songs from a variety of films, Broadway musicals and adult pop charts, all given lush, flowing arrangements that are quite easy on the ears. There aren't any big surprises here -- "Music of the Night," "Unchained Melody," "Theme from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves," "Wind Beneath My Wings," "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You," "Tears in Heaven," and "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" -- all '90s pop standards -- are among the featured tunes, but Lorie Line's performances are pleasant and engaging, resulting in a charming album. ~ Rodney Batdorf