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After years of working and writing for the studios and for commercial groups, Lorraine Feather has found her niche in jazz as an inventive lyricist. Previous albums featured her very successful and witty words to Fats Waller and Duke Ellington piano pieces. Dooji Wooji, which has four Ellington tunes in the repertoire plus collaborations with Shelly Berg, Bill Elliott, Russell Ferrante, and Eddie Arkin, continues in the same vein even if most of the tunes are much more obscure. This time around, Feather, who is usually backed by five or six horns and a rhythm section, is particularly effective on the more bluesy material such as "A Ramble Through the Park," although she ...
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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
After years of working and writing for the studios and for commercial groups, Lorraine Feather has found her niche in jazz as an inventive lyricist. Previous albums featured her very successful and witty words to Fats Waller and Duke Ellington piano pieces. Dooji Wooji, which has four Ellington tunes in the repertoire plus collaborations with Shelly Berg, Bill Elliott, Russell Ferrante, and Eddie Arkin, continues in the same vein even if most of the tunes are much more obscure. This time around, Feather, who is usually backed by five or six horns and a rhythm section, is particularly effective on the more bluesy material such as "A Ramble Through the Park," although she also does a fine job on the opening cooker "Calistoga Bay" and the uptempo "Indiana Lana" "Jubilee Stomp". The dozen selections are concise and the total time of the CD is under 42 minutes but what is here is excellent, almost coming to the high level of her classic Fats Waller set, New York City Drag.
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  • Release Date: 4/10/2005
  • Label: Cd Baby
  • UPC: 021823410128
  • Catalog Number: 5637619707

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Lorraine Feather Primary Artist, Vocals
Gary Foster Clarinet, Soloist
Glenn Berger Tenor Saxophone
Charlie Bisharat Violin
Jeff Driskill Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Russell Ferrante Piano
Darrel Gardner Trumpet
Grant Geissman Banjo, Guitar
Bill Liston Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Andy Martin Trombone
Charlie Morillas Trombone
Bruce Otto Trombone
Shelly Berg Piano
Gregg Field Drums
Brian Scanlon Alto Saxophone
Wayne Bergeron Trumpet
Jay Mason Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Willie Murillo Trumpet, Soloist
Technical Credits
Lorraine Feather Composer, Producer, Audio Production
Eddie Arkin Arranger, Composer
Duke Ellington Composer
Russell Ferrante Composer
Geoff Gillette Producer, Engineer, Audio Production
Bernie Grundman Mastering
Shelly Berg Arranger, Composer
Bill Elliott Swing Orchestra Arranger
Carlos Del Rosario Producer, Engineer, Audio Production
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Lorraine Feather is an amazing musician

    I wish I could find something completely original to say about Lorraine Feather's new album, Dooji Wooji, but having read all the reviews listed here, I can only faintly echo the well-written sentiments of better writers than I. I can say without a doubt, though, that I am thoroughly and completely captivated by every aspect of this delightful album. It truly has everything a fine recording should have: a fabulous voice that is pure, clean, flexible, and lyric amazingly astute and vibrant original lyrics that are in the Cole Porter/Ira Gershwin league as far as I'm concerned and a fabulous group of instrumentalists and composer/arrangers to round out the package. And every kind of sentiment is available, from total whimsy with Indiana Lana, to the gentleness of Happy You Were Here. The most interesting thing is that the songs and lyrics can't be easily pigeon-holed into a single musical genre such as "jazz," and the songs can be interpreted more personaly and broadly than may first appear. Repeated listenings just bring more insights and pleasure. This cd will be given by me to at least 2 or 3 friends who share a love of great music AND a well-turned phrase of the English language. Thank you, Lorraine, for your wealth of talent. Helen

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