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Blood and Water

by Potter's Daughter

Together with guest artist Annie Haslam, Potter's Daughter creates a listening experience of complex melodic composition, emotional vocal leads and harmonies, and searing solos.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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Album Notes
Potter's Daughter
with special guest artist Annie Haslam
Blood and Water-Ian C.Voegtlin, Dyanne Potter Voegtlin
Annie Haslam-vocals
Dyanne Potter Voegtlin-piano, keyboards, vocals
Amit Chatterjee-guitar, bass, arranger, producer
Ian C. Voegtlin-guitar, EWI
Walter Sitz-drumset
Randy Crafton-percussion

Potter's Daughter was formed in New York City while Dyanne was studying classical piano performance at the Manhattan School of Music. A pupil of Robert Goldsand and Mike Longo, Dyanne searched for the marriage of classical theory and virtuosity with the freedom and innovation of jazz both in study and performance. Together with a rotating group of masters from many schools of music, Dyanne performed regularly in New York City, as well as in north-eastern Pennsylvania.

Now, joining forces with long-time friend, Amit Chatterjee, (producer, arranger, and guitarist), and Ian C. Voegtlin (composer, guitarist, and saxophonist), they are looking forward to releasing their first single, Blood and Water, featuring guest artist Annie Haslam. This single marks the beginning of the band’s evolution from the acoustic and eclectic sound of their debut album, The Blind Side. Embracing more elements of fusion and progressive rock, Potter's Daughter's "New Prog" philosophy creates a listening experience of complex melodic composition, emotional vocal leads and harmonies, and searing solos.

Says Dyanne, “Annie Haslam is not just the #1 female legend in Prog, she is also an exceptionally warm-hearted and generous woman. Her natural musicality shines through every note she so beautifully and expressively sings. It has been both an honor and a pleasure working with her.”

“On first hearing of Blood and Water I was struck by its unusual and haunting melody and Dyanne's exquisite voice. To be a part of it was truly a wonderful experience.” - Annie Haslam

“…just beautiful..I love your voice, and chord progressions are sublime”
Jon Anderson
“…Great writing and performing. Absolutely beautiful and rich music…brilliant, poetic, fresh…”
Grammy Award winning composer and arranger
Lee Johnson (The Grateful Dead Symphony)
“… your voice and piano performances are superb. The guitar performances draw out new possibilities for that instrument that are surprisingly refreshing. There is a free flow and spontaneity to all of this that stretches the jazz potential while also tapping into many other avenues from classical to popular….”
Jerome Aumente, Distinguished Professor Emeritus
School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University
Founding Chair, Department of Journalism and Media Studies and Founding Director, Journalism Resources Institute



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