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From jazz to pop to R&B, Lynda was beloved for her piano bar blues. She'd play into the night, taking requests, remembering everyone's favorite song. Here, in 2006, she performs a Blackbird medley (Lennon and McCartney's Blackbird melded with Ray Henderson's Bye bye blackbird ) before a dinner crowd at Mozambique, a favorite venue in Laguna beach, California. Greg Vail on sax. 

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Lynda on keyboards, Gary Gould on sax. In one of their many gigs together over the years. 

Lynda began composing at age 11 and wrote music continuously throughout her performance career.  

Early original recordings include: "Eclectic," ©2002 (original music and lyrics); "Doin' Christmas" (together with Karen Gallinger) ©1996; "Cool Burn," a musical blend of jazz-pop with a Latin groove ©1990; and "Try," album pick of the week in Billboard Magazine, October 1983. 

See The Muse Project for more recordings.

Original compositions from "Eclectic": 

242 Cafe - L. Roth
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Song for My Mother - L. Roth
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Sonny Strolls - L. Roth
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Demo clips:

New York State of Mind -
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Fragile -
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From a live performance in Laguna Beach, January 2006: 

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square -
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Gee Baby Ain't I Good to You -
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In Concert with Debbie Friedman, June 1996, Aspen, Colorado 

The band years

Lynda singing The Wqy You Look Tonight at her niece's wedding. 

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