Can’t Help Singing: The Life of Eileen Farrell is the autobiography of the Irish lass from New England who became, surprising even herself,
one of the greatest sopranos of the midcentury. It’s written with Brian Kellow, executive editor – and superb columnist – of Opera News magazine.”
 — Boston Herald

“Frequently laugh‐out loud funny as well as informative.”
 — Booklist

“If the test of an autobiography is whether the reader comes to know (and like) the subject, then Farrell succeeds admirably with this frank and charming account of her extraordinary career.”
 — Library Journal

“This is the kind of memoir everyone should be able to write but few are. It can be read in an evening or two, and you will be sorry when it’s over.”
 — American Record Guide

“A crackling good story.” — Associated Press

“An energetic review of a robust life which, at the end, you can’t help admiring.”
 — Gramophone

“Her racy language and disarming honesty about herself and the many famous musicians she worked with make an entertaining read.”
 — New York Magazine

“Music buffs will love this spirited memoir.”
 — Kirkus Reviews

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