Lisa B's Music
Thanks for your pleasure in these tunes and verses, and your support!
♫ Streaming is convenient but it pays just under a penny per stream to the artist. We bet that's news to you! So, you know, download something or get a CD you can hold in your damp and lovely hands.
♫ If you're buying a physical CD on Amazon, please buy only directly from Amazon or CDBaby -- Lisa doesn't see any proceeds from others, who are resellers. There are two different Amazon icons because one shows the first six CDs and one shows the new "Reverberant."
♫ And there are two different YouTube icons, because one is Lisa's own channel including homemade videos (please subscribe) and one is You Tube Music, which includes all of her music. We included a few vids below from Lisa's lisabsingerpoet channel. Make sure you go there to see "Holiday in Oakland" too.
The blank space in the icon row above, if indeed blank, is for Tidal. Go there! They're cool and pay the artist much better than Spotify.
Below are Apple music players giving samples of each of Lisa's seven records -- then musician credits -- then a few YouTube vids.
Not to mention a list of the generous folks who helped crowdfund my "I Get A Kick: Cole Porter Reimagined" record.
Enjoy and thanks! Please reach out from the Contact page!
(above, Jeff Marrs with Lisa at Pajama Studios, photo by Tina Abbaszadeh)
Reverberant: Poems & Music (Oct. 2019): James Gardiner (multiple), Ben Flint and Scott R. Looney (p), Marcus Shelby (b), and Jeff Marrs (d)
I Get A Kick: Cole Porter Reimagined (2018): James Gardiner (multiple), Ben Flint and Frank Martin (p), Michael Zilber (sax), Fred Randolph and Troy Lampkins (b), Jeff Marrs, Alan Hall, and Paul van Wageningen (d), John Santos (perc)
Christmas Time Is Here (and Chanukah and the Solstice) (2011): James Gardiner (multiple), Adam Shulman (p), John Wiitala (b), Alan Hall (d), Andre Bush (g), Anna Lissa Patterson (bg vox)
The Poetry of Groove (2009): James Gardiner (multiple), Bob Mokarsky and Frank Martin (p), Dave Yamasaki (g), Rock Hendricks (sax), Troy Lampkins (b), Paul van Wageningen (d), Michael Spiro and John Santos (perc), Ashling Cole, Daria, Nikita Germaine, Sandy Griffith, Alice Peacock (bg vox), James Richard (drum and bass)
What's New, Pussycat? (2006): Frank Martin and Ben Flint (p), Danny Caron (g), Chris Amberger, Troy Lampkins, and John Shifflett (b), Paul van Wageningen and Alan Hall (d), John Santos (perc)
Center of the Rhyme (2003): James Gardiner (multiple), Frank Martin (p), Mimi Fox and Dave Yamasaki (g), Tod DIckow (sax), Bill Douglass and Chris Amberger (b), Michael Spiro and Vince Delgado (perc), Daria (bg vox)
Free Me for the Joy (1999): James Gardiner (multiple), Lisa B (Lisa Bernstein) (p). Dave Yamasaki (g), Rock Hendricks (sax), Curtis Ohlson and Frank Thibeaux (b), Marcus Biddle and John Santos (perc), Sandy Cressman, Nikita Germaine, Sandy Griffith, Alice Peacock, and Lisa B (bg vox), James Richard (drum and bass)
All records: Lisa B (Lisa Bernstein), sung and spoken verse, James (Jim Gardiner), engineering and coproduction or production, at Pajama Studios, Oakland, Calif.
Crowdunding supporters for "I Get A Kick: Cole Porter Reimagined" (2018)
When Lisa got a distribution deal with the esteemed Jazzed Media label, home of many Grammy nominees, for "I Get A Kick: Cole Porter Reimagined," these folks generously rallied to provide promotion support:
Anne M. Murphy
Debra J Davies
Eric C Nee
Gina Atton Thomas
Jeremy D Crowe
John G Doran
John Koudela III
Norma Blase Perelstein
Peter Dean & Olga Pappas
Sue Ann Van Epps