Title - 'This Winter's Child' [CD Single]
Artist - Potter's Daughter
For those not in the know, the international art pop band Potter’s Daughter was formed in NYC while North Pocono native Dyanne Potter Voegtlin (piano, vocals, composer) was studying classical piano performance at the Manhattan School of Music.
The group performed regularly in NYC, as well as in northeastern PA, and has been featured on radio and TV.
They recently joined forces with longtime friend, Amit Chatterjee, (producer, arranger, and guitarist), Ian C. Voegtlin (composer, guitarist, saxophonist), Randy Crafton (percussion), and Walter Sitz (drums) and released their first single since the release of their debut album, The Blind Side, last spring.
Indeed, and furthermore, the Potter's Daughter single, 'Blood and Water' featured a very special guest artist, Annie Haslam.
Annie, as I'm sure you will all be well aware, is the legendary lead singer from the band Renaissance, and has also had a long and diverse solo career.
'This Winter's Child' is the latest song from the Art Rock/Prog Fusion and is a soft, wintry poem of sound with mostly acoustic instrumentation that stays with you long after the song has ended.
Produced by Amitava Chatterjee (who is also the arranger and guitarist), and with Ian C. Voegtlin on bass, guitar, and saxophone, the hauntingly ethereal, atmospheric and simply crystalline vocals from Dyanne Potter Voegtlin (plus her work on piano and keyboards), once again ensures that their music is as divine and as desirable as ever.
Running at four and a half minutes, 'This Winter's Child' is a return to the acoustic and eclectic sound of their aforementioned debut album, and thus is a beautifully intrinsic piano and guitar work of musical art that comes together to create the kind of prog Renaissance sound for which they are known.
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