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Enlarge this imageJuliana Hatfield’s places her individual spin Olivia Newton-John’s 80s-era hits.David Doobinin/Courtesy in the artisthide captiontoggle captionDavid Doobinin/Courtesy with the artistJuliana Hatfield’s places her individual spin Olivia Newton-John’s 80s-era hits.David Doobinin/Courtesy of your artistJuliana Hatfield was a darling with the ’90s indie music scene. She performed with Blake Infants as well as the Lemonheads and experienced a hit with all the edgy pop music, “My Sister.” Hatfield produced a string of alternative albums given that those people days, full of distorted guitars and powerful vocals. But now, longtime lovers can be surprised with the gentler impact of her most up-to-date album, Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John. Hatfield states that she’s deemed Newton-John’s tunes an inspirational thread for most of her creative life. The 14-track album, which was launched previously this month beneath American Laundromat Documents, homes Hatfield’s interpretations of many of Newton-John’s best-known hits like “I Truthfully Like You” and “Hopele sly Dedicated to You” through the soundtrack of 1978’s Grease, one of many films that served make Newton-John a star. When asked if she identifies more with all the character of Sandy Ol son, she claims her concept of being considered given that the fantastic female has adjusted more than the decades. “I think I planned to be the John Travolta character. I fancied myself a rock-and-roller, just like a rough man,” Hatfield describes. “But in reality, I was a whole lot like Sandy and that i hated that truth. I hated that i was type of stuck in this particular job. I do think individuals perceived me as sweet or lovable and i just was always pushing in opposition to that since I failed to see myself as sweet or sweet.” Tracks We Like Tunes We Really like: Juliana Hatfield, ‘A Very little Much more Love’ Hatfield’s renditions of “Xanadu” and “Physical” ended up melded to suit her very own individual tone and supply a side Hatfield credits producer John Farrar with pulling off but still remain true towards the 1980’s pop blueprint. “I selected to discover it as being a more of a darker music,” Hatfield says of her version of “Physical.” “I kind of needed to filthy it up.” A portion of your gro s sales from Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John is going to be donated towards the Olivia Newton-John Most cancers Exploration Institute. Hatfield suggests that Newton-John is mindful with the album which she observed the decade-spanning star complete for that 1st time lately. Hatfield admits to getting choked up around the “It was like observing an aged good friend or a little something,” she says.