Gail produced her CD "...warm as a late spring day" with her accompanist and arranger, EMMY award winner, Brad Hatfield.
"A Singer's Dream Team" is how Gail refers to the musicians who played with her on the CD: Brad Hatfield - keyboards, Marty Richards - drums, Jon Chase - percussion and Dave Burdett - horns.
Gail and her band have added a modern twist to songs that touch our hearts from the 30s, 40s and 50s, like "Cheek to Cheek" and "Shall We Dance". In fact, the CD has been recommended in the American Song category by CDBABY.com - the largest distributor of independent record labels on the internet - and can be heard on radio stations playing classic pop and jazz tunes.
When Pete Falconi, then program director of WOLDS FM, Boston's most-listened-to radio station, heard Gail's CD pre-release single of "My Favorite Things" he called Gail to say, "Your recording is my favorite version of that song!"
The creator of the PBS TV music series "Sessions at 54th", Niki Vettel, wrote the liner notes for Gail's CD. Here are several linear note excerpts for 'warm as a late spring day"
"There is a particular sound in music that is called "The Woman Tone". It is a musical tone that is dreamed about, aspired to, longed for.... it's in the very sound, in the right here and now, of Gail's voice....
On every song in this gorgeous album, she is singing to you. Only you. And she opens herself -- and you, along with her -- to the full womanly experience.... Those passions, along with Gail's steady good humor, are in every grace note on this wonderful album. It's rich with her romantic, lush, womanly tone, a tone as warm as a late spring day."