Everybody's Somebody's Child by Cathy DeWitt
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About the Album
This song was written when I became a parent 20-some years ago. It covers some of the epiphanies I had at that point--how fragile we all are, how we all really are made up of the same stuff, how we start out as a blank page and who's to say what gets written on that page. The song won two Honorable Mentions in Unisong's International Songwriting contest in 2006, in the Jazz and Overall Performance categories. It was recorded live for broadcast by WUFT-FM, our NPR affiliate, and features Ed Krout on piano, Scott Walton on bass, and the late great Roland Burns on tenor sax. Re-mastered by Rob Rothschild.
I Just Found Out About Love; It Might as Well Be Spring; Alice in Wonderland; When I Fall in Love; Up Jumped Spring; For a God in Blue; You?d Be So Nice to Come Home To; Everybody?s Somebody?s Child; There Will Never be Another You; You Taught my Heart to Sing.
Featured in various piano/vocal duets and small ensembles: Frank Sullivan, Rob Bargad, Ed Kraut, Cathy DeWitt, Kurt Lang: piano; Doug Reifler, Scott Walton, Walter Booker, Dave Ottenberg: bass; Billy Bowker, Rob Pellick, Rob Rothschild, Richard Burns: drums; Mark Fox, Carl Weismantel: guitar; Roland Burns: alto sax; Dave Sloane: tenor sax.
- Love Notes by Victor L. Schermer
April 2, 2008
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