The original voice of Sergio Mendes' Brasil '66, singer Lani Hall was also the wife of trumpeter and AM Records co-founder Herb Alpert. Upon exiting Brasil '66, she made her solo debut in 1974 with the LP Sundown Lady; a series of releases including 1975's Hello It's Me, 1977's Sweetbird, and 1979's Double or Nothing followed, but after appearing on the soundtrack to the 1983 James Bond film Never Say Never Again, Hall largely disappeared from the recording scene, resurfacing only to make the occasional cameo appearance on her husband's recordings. However, the rise of Latin pop during the 1990s inspired Hall to return to the studio, and in 1998 she issued Brasil Nativo. Since 2007, she has toured and recorded regularly with Alpert, releasing 2009's Anything Goes, 2011's I Feel You, and 2013's Steppin' Out. In 2022, Hall again paired with Alpert for the warm covers album Seasons of Love. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi

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Seasons of Love - Lani Hall (feat. Herb Alpert)
How Lani Hall became Lead Singer for Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66
Lani Hall - Never Say Never Again (Widescreen Stereo Mix)
Herb Alpert and Lani Hall on CBS Sunday Morning
I Don't Want You To Go / Lani Hall
Lani Hall - Hello It's Me
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