Attachments Album Review

Attachments review [August 13, 2013] Singer Lorraine Feather’s engaging delivery and words combine to present a mesmerizing musical painting … the latest of Feather’s wonderfully inventive productions, featuring songs of life and relationships of every kind … [she] is one of the most daring and creative modern jazz vocalists. –Glenn Daniels, JazzPage Lorraine Feather is that...

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Tales of the Unusual Album Review by Examiner.com

Tales of the Unusual Album Review by Examiner.com (February 14, 2012) “My idea for this album was to write, with my musician collaborators, a collection of songs about unusual adventures, both real and surreal; odd people; and in some cases, ordinary people suddenly overwhelmed by a new emotion of one kind or another.” –Lorraine Feather Lorraine Feather was born to either write...

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Interview for allaboutjazz by Nicholas F. Mondello

An interview on the website AllAboutJazz. Read the full article here> By its very title, Language, from singer and lyricist Lorraine Feather, implies that Feather and company believe that they have the musical and linguistic chops to take on such a sophisticated concept for our entertainment. So it’s good to find that Feather is a heavyweight who—with a championship caliber crew in...

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