Scott Schinder
November 28, 1997 AT 05:00 AM EST

This classically trained New Yorker’s debut combines singer-songwriterly lyricism and a jazzy cabaret sensibility, with insightful and melodically appealing results. On spare piano-based songs like ”Always Till Always” and ”If I Were You,” Lee Feldman delivers his artfully drawn scenarios on Living It All Wrong with a deft balance of confessional pensiveness and gentle humor. B

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