The new live album of vocalist Laura Fygi was recorded in jazz club Ronnie Scott's in London. For a week Fygi performed night after night on stage of this legendary jazz bar where big names like Stan Getz, Ben Webster and Donald Byrd were her predecessors. That the result is very worthwhile is apparent from the fact that the album was released worldwide on famous jazz label Verve, and that is a first for any Dutch singer. Central to the new album is Fygis' partiality for the American Songbook, where she has consecrated repertoire to at earlier times. Her debut album, Introducing, was immediately awarded an Edison. It was also highly appreciated abroad: the album was noted in the American Billboard Jazz charts and was extremely successful in Japan. In '92 Bewitched followed, with pieces by among others Nat King Cole, two years later followed by the Brazilian-like The Lady Wants To Know. Fygi surprised her fans time and again by choosing new styles and genres. She effortlessly switched from pop to the works of renowned French Michel Legrand, who especially rearranged the songs for Laura and orchestrated on the album Watch What Happens ('97). At the end of '99 Laura released The Latin Touch, and the intimate Change appears two years later; an album with jazzy-listening and pop songs, based on personal memories.