Time to Remember
Eight years ago, I was incapacitated with a serious spinal injury, but facing paralization or worse, made surgery pretty much a no brainer. I'm very thankful that the operation was successful. I was able to return to singing and performing and recording. Below are commnets I've already recieved about the new CD: Time To Remember. Thank you everyone for your wonderful support. The overtones on your soft notes are marvelous. And you have beautiful deep notes, plus an big range, and wonderful emotion in your voice. Listened to your CD 3 times Saturday night in the car with the top down. Your music goes great with a starry night. Loved it. I played Where Do You Start 5 times at least. I really love the sound on this CD. Several of the songs were new to me, and the arrangements are wonderful. I love it when someone has a creative, fresh approach to an 'older' tune, so especially enjoyed Something's Coming. I'm glad you said you're planning a third album! So enjoying your most recent CD. Thank you for bringing more joy, love and beauty into our world. The new CD is a WOW, I'm buying copies for several friends. You have a wide range, that can go from soft to belting with such ease. I didn't know some of the songs you selected. But I like that, as now I have some new favorites. Your interpretations are soulful and your voice is smooth. Was expecting something similar to the original for Dust in the Wind by Kansas. But your take is quite different and very emotional. The piano, choral voices and storm effects are neat. Some of the songs you chose I know, but your timing and phrasing are more unique. Very interesting interprettions on several. When you can take an old standard and make it fresh, that is a talent, especially with a beautiful voice likes yours. Your rich deep notes remind me a lot of Roger Whittaker, who I really like. You have beautiful high notes too, and expressiveness.