Deborah Winters – Lovers After AllOctober 28, 2011 / No Comments / Tags: andrew speight, deborah winter, deborah Winters, fred lipsius, pete welker, scott whitefield, thejazzpage.com
San Francisco-based Deborah Winters is a true songtress, something she conveys quite well on her third and latest recording, Lovers After All. The album, comprised mostly of ballads, is nicely arranged by trumpeter Peter Welker, who also produced the album, which allows Winters wonderful voice and phrasing to resonate. The tunes chosen are a mix of well-known standards and lesser-known ones as well. In addition to Welker, the singer is aided by the talents of keyboardist Pete Levin, saxophonist Andrew Speight, pianist Mark Levine, drummer Kevin Dillion and a host of others. The horn section on the project provides an excellent framework for Winters to work in and around. This is a wonderful vocal recording .
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Tracks: Lovers After All, How Am I To Know, Get Out of Town, Body and Soul , I Love Being Here With You, For All We Know, Haunted Heart, The End of A Love Affair, Come Sunday, How Deep Is The Ocean, I’ll Close My Eyes .