Album Review of
The Blind Side

Written by Robert Silverstein
November 3, 2019 - 4:14pm EST
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Jon Anderson of YES has said some nice things about the band known as Potter’s Daughter and for the most part, they’re spot on. Featuring the music of singer-songwriter and keyboardist Dyanne Potter Voegtlin, the 12-track CD mixes a sublime blend of instrumental jazz-fusion and New Age flavored pop featuring Dyanne’s vocals. Her piano keyboard work is excellent and she receives solid backing from some top players such as Amit Chatterjee (guitars, synths, percussion), Lincoln Goines (bass), Randy Crafton (drums) and Ian C. Voegtlin (rhythm guitar). With such a hot band on the album, you soon discern these songs are in good hands. Mixing her background as both a classical pianist and a pop singer-songwriter, The Blind Side is filled with expressive vocal and instrumental music that will clearly have wide crossover appeal among prog-rock and fusion listeners. Potter’s Daughter takes a variety of musical forms into some intriguing new directions on The Blind Side.