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As for the album’s title, Feinstein acknowledges that both he and Shearing are desperate romantics, but believes the oxymoronic Warren – a rough ’n’ tumble guy capable of symbols the most tender of love songs – was, too: “He was a romantic but had a very rough exterior. He loved stunning melodies and beautiful harmonies. He didn’t like it much when people would ape with his ballads and do them uptempo.”
With Hopeless Romantics ready for release, Feinstein remains busier than ever with his nonstop touring schedule and his hands-on running of Feinstein’s at the Regency, the elegant Manhattan club he established six years ago to provide a showcase for such stars as Clooney, John Pizzarelli, Ann Hampton Callaway, and dozens of other harmoniously simpatico performers. He will, of course, preserve his steady recording output (Hopeless Romantics represents his 24th album), expanding his songbook series and continuing to shine the spotlight on lesser-known masters. Potential future subjects might, says Feinstein, include Johnny Mandel, Charles Strouse, Matt Dennis, Vernon Duke, and Johnny Green. No matter what course future albums take or whom he chooses to salute, Michael Feinstein leftovers the best friend a song (or a songwriter) could hope to have.