Read the lyrics “Once my father told me/ The stars aren’t what they seem …”
Lyrics: Lorraine Feather
Music: Eddie Arkin, Charlie Barnet, David Benoit, Harry Carney, Duke Ellington, Russell Ferrante, Paul Grabowsky, Don Grusin, Skippy Martin, Irving Mills, Johnny Mandel, Larry Steelman
Arrangements: Eddie Arkin, David Benoit, Bill Elliott, Russell Ferrante, Don Grusin, Johnny Mandel, Larry Steelman
Vocal arrangements: Morgan Ames
Piano: David Benoit, Russell Ferrante, Don Grusin, Mike Lang
Bass: Brian Bromberg, Dave Carpenter, Trey Henry
Drums: Peter Erskine, Bob Leatherbarrow, Harvey Mason
Guitar: Dori Caymmi, Anthony Wilson
Violin/viola: Charles Bisharat
Trumpets: Oscar Brashear, Gary Grant, Jerry Hey; saxophones: Dan Higgins, Larry Williams; trombone: Bill Reichenbach
Accordion: Bobby Carpenter
Vibes: Bob Leatherbarrow
Additional vocalists: Morgan Ames, Randy Crenshaw , Shelby Flint, Michael Mishaw, Carmen Twillie
Cover design: Sarah Bolles
Photography: Karen Miller
Liner notes: Tony Gieske
Produced by Lorraine Feather, Carlos Del Rosario and Geoff Gillette

Something Like My Own


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QUOTES ABOUT LORRAINE

—Bill Falconer, Coda


What sets Feather apart is the use of her imagination to stimulate your own and to draw you into the heart of an emotion, whether joy or melancholy. In short, it’s like listening to a story on the radio. With a Feather lyric, you don’t just hear, you somehow see! … I just can’t wait till her next release.

—Phil Elwood, Jazz West


[Her CDs] represent the most imaginative, impeccably composed and sung vocal jazz since the breakout of Lambert, Hendricks and Ross in the late 1950s/early 1960s era.