Become a member and get exclusive access to articles, live sessions and more!
Start Your Free Trial

Lorraine Feather: Flirting With Disaster

JazzTimes may earn a small commission if you buy something using one of the retail links in our articles. JazzTimes does not accept money for any editorial recommendations. Read more about our policy here. Thanks for supporting JazzTimes.

Across 10 previous albums, you could count on Lorraine Feather to be funny, sardonic, wisely observant of the minutiae of everyday life and, occasionally, wistful and romantic. Now, for the first time in her colorful recording career, Feather is focusing exclusively on love songs-all originals (of course), her lyrics paired with music by pianists Shelly Berg, Russell Ferrante and Dave Grusin and guitarist Eddie Arkin, all of whom also contribute arrangements for their respective compositions and play on various tracks. In the liner notes, Feather says the title derives from her belief that “any time you fall in love, you’re flirting with disaster.”

Start Your Free Trial to Continue Reading

Become a JazzTimes member to explore our complete archive of interviews, profiles, columns, and reviews written by music's best journalists and critics.
Originally Published