Where Butterflies Play
Denver-based chanteuse is a wonderfully expressive vocalist.- JazzTimes On this CD her singing is featured in three different settings. Paris performs four ballads (including Harold Vick's "Where Butterflies Play" and "Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans") in duets with pianist Joe Bonner, interprets two Jobim pieces plus "How Deep Is the Ocean" while accompanied by guitarist Mitchell Long and concludes the set with four songs in which she is joined by the talented pianist Ellyn Rucker, the Stan Getz-inspired Richie Chiaraluce on tenor and bassist Dean Ross.
Released 2003
Perea Productions

Album tracks

  • 3:18
    If I Should Lose You (feat. Joe Bonner)
    Barbara Paris
  • 4:10
    Where Butterflies Play (feat. Joe Bonner)
    Barbara Paris
  • 4:16
    Your Kiss (feat. Joe Bonner)
    Barbara Paris
  • 4:28
    Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans (feat. Joe Bonner)
    Barbara Paris
  • 3:41
    Dreamer (feat. Mitchell Long)
    Barbara Paris
  • 3:36
    How Deep Is the Ocean (feat. Mitchell Long)
    Barbara Paris
  • 4:36
    Corcovado (feat. Mitchell Long)
    Barbara Paris
  • 5:01
    Then I'll Be Tired of You (feat. Ellyn Rucker)
    Barbara Paris
  • 6:18
    Gentle Rain (feat. Ellyn Rucker)
    Barbara Paris
  • 2:20
    Star Eyes (feat. Ellyn Rucker)
    Barbara Paris
  • 4:38
    April in Paris (feat. Ellyn Rucker)
    Barbara Paris
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