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Three-time Grammy® Nominee
Seven-time Emmy® Nominee
Critics’ Choice Nominee 


Musical Credits

Lyrics and vocals: Lorraine Feather
Additional vocals: Cheryl Bentyne, Janis Siegel, and Tierney Sutton
Music : Eddie Arkin, Shelly Berg, Bill Elliott, Russell Ferrante, Michael B.
Nelson, Tony Morales
Arrangements: Eddie Arkin, Shelly Berg, Bill Elliott, Russell Ferrante
Piano: Shelly Berg, Russell Ferrante, Michael Lang
Bass: Michael Valerio
Drums: Michael Shapiro, Gregg Field
Percussion: Michael Shapiro
Guitar: Grant Geissman
Trumpets: Gary Grant and Willie Murillo; saxophones: William Liston and Gregg Smith; trombone:Andy Martin
Album design: Sarah Bolles
Photography: Steve Davy
Liner notes: Ken Dryden
Produced by Lorraine Feather, Carlos Del Rosario and Geoff Gillette

Representation for Lyrics/Publishing Administration: Air-Edel

Publicist for Math CampMichael Bloom

Radio Promotion for Math Camp: Shaunna Machosky

Lorraine is the equal of not just her esteemed papa but also of such top-drawer wordsmiths as Bob Dorough and Dave Frishberg. Like such masters, she is particularly skilled at observational humor derived from the mundane aspects of everyday life. But Feather’s whip-smart skills aren’t limited to sophisticated witticisms, as here evidenced by a sweet, delicate homage to Billy Strayhorn (‘In Flower’) and a rosy rendering of yuletide Manhattan (‘I Love New York at Christmas’) that is actually a heart-wrenching snapshot of a crumbling relationship.
Christopher Loudon, Jazz Times
In this age of press releases and e-mails, not to mention iPods and iTunes, it’s amazing how many compact disks promoting artists new and old still find their way into our mailboxes. Sometimes these arrivals include a true gem. NPR’s special correspondent Susan Stamberg got such a musical delivery the other day …it’s called Language.
Scott Simon, National Public Radio
‘We’ve struggled offensively,’ I never thought I’d hear that in a song, but of course it has a perfect right to be there in a compendium of sports clichés … [as well as] ‘regrettable away-game incident.’ Wonderfully smart renditions. They do repay study. We’re still enjoying discovering some of the neat words on Lorraine’s earlier releases!
Russell Davies, BBC Radio
Mellifluous phraseology … chicly utilized clichés … one of Feather’s best attributes is allowing the listener to feel as if they’re having an intimate conversation with her … [her] musicality truly speaks on a visceral level.
Grant Lasher, Jazziz
Her talent as a lyricist of wit, sarcasm, and keen observations of the American human condition is her true strength…This may very well be Lorraine Feather’s best effort. Bravo, Lorraine.”
Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide