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"My vocals and piano performances are live. John McLane played strings, horns, drums, bass, organ, accordion, electric and nylon string guitars. Danny Morgan played bongos, acoustic guitar and percussion. Cowboy Eddie Long played dobro on ”Blue Skies On The Way”. “Children On The Blue" is for my father. I experienced the true power of a silver lining after surviving the catastrophic hurricane that hit Sanibel Island and left us, and so many others, homeless. Fortunately, John’s studio was spared. It has taken us extra effort, time and love to finish this album and Silver Lining feels like a real celebration.”
with musicians John McLane, Danny Morgan
and special guest, Cowboy Eddie Long
WENDY WEBB - Vocals and Piano
Singer songwriter from Sanibel Island, Florida releases her sixth album. From the beautiful opening “This Is Love” to the rockin’ celebratory “Silver Lining”, Webb brings to each song a fresh sophistication musically and lyrically: the sensual “Rhythm Of Your Love”, a haunting “Old Blue Panama” & “Jasmine Nights”, “Gonna Treat You Right” is uptown, the rhythmic “I’ve Never Been To Argentina”, "Timeless Love" is blues/jazz, and an intimate rendition of the classic “I’ve Grown Accustomed To Your Face”.
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NEW Review quotes:
"In a just world, Webb's name would be spoken alongside such greats as Mitchell, King, Ian and Nyro, her music evoking the timeless soulful classic sound of 70s Laurel Canyon and New York lofts. This is her sixth album and one couched in laid back, early hours tones tinged with shades of folk, jazz and blues, getting underway with the dreamy piano ballad 'This Is Love', her voice flowing through the lyrics like honey, faint echoes of Wedding Bell Blues ringing in the distance......
Leaning on the deeper piano notes, 'Timeless Love' is a late night jazzy gospel blues that you could hear Billie Holiday singing.....
John McLane's horns burnish the lazing 'Rhythm Of Your Love' which imagines what vintage Van Morrison might sound like filtered through a Janis or early Joni lens before Cowboy Eddie Long sits on dobro for the slow walking country gospel 'Blue Skies On The Way'.......if your collection includes any or all of New York Tenderberry, Blue, Tapestry or Aftertones, then this really should be filed alongside them."
Mike Davies- FATEA RECORDS -UK