What people are saying......
“Comes The Fall” is the title track of singer Beth Duncan’s upcoming CD. Possibly the most memorable autumn song since “Autumn Leaves,” the original by Martine Tabilio (who wrote both the music and the lyrics) is romantic, quietly passionate and a perfect outlet for Ms. Duncan’s very attractive and flexible voice. The interplay between the singer and tenor-saxophonist Mike McMullen does justice to the song’s words. “Comes The Fall” could possibly become a standard in the future.
Scott Yanow, author of ten books including The Jazz Singers, Jazz On Film and Jazz On Record 1917-76
On “Comes the Fall”, jazz vocalist Beth Duncan passionately commits herself to the music and lyrics coupling great technique with warm emotional content, through fluent phrasing, great intonation and rich and intimate tone - all elements coming together and delivered to serve the song with a an almost effortless ease. Pure pleasure.
Composer Martine Tabilio
I can't tell you enough how much I'm enjoying the new track. You sound amazing and the arrangement is just suburb! I really hope you have the best promo team for this CD because I really see it hitting the charts hard. It's a winner.
Pianist & Recording Artist Jim Martinez