released December 17, 2015
DEBUSSY IN VEGAS
Written and Arranged by Stephanie Meyers
Produced by Harry Foster & Stephanie Meyers
Stephanie Meyers - Vocals, Piano
Fung Chern Hwei - Violin
Jeremy Harman - Cello
Chris Geller - Drums
Harry Foster - Additional Instruments
Special guest appearance by Avery Ballotta, whose violin solo is featured on "Idea Man"
Piano and Drums engineered by Simon Katz
Strings engineered Ian Battenfield-Headey
Vocals and additional instruments engineered by Harry Foster
Mastered by Mike Quinn
Album Art by Jordan Piantedosi
Harry Foster...I can’t even…this record wouldn’t be in existence without you. Special thanks are not enough. Thank you for being my better half on this one. You are the best album babydaddy anyone could ask for.
Fung Chern Hwei, Jeremy Harman, and Chris Geller for their musical and personal excellence.
Avery Ballotta for being a violin-solo angel.
John Mallia for his mentorship and office space, Ian BH and Simon Katz for being gems to work with, Mike Quinn for his lightning fast mastering speed and skill, and Jordan Piantedosi for providing imagery as fucked up as my music.
My beloved family and friends who supported me during the 3+ years this album took to create. I love you all and could never have done this without all the warm and fuzzy feelings you bring me.
And Charles Bukowski, Toni Morrison, Claude Debussy, and Dmitri Shostakovich for inspiring way too much of the lyrical and musical imagery on this record.
Call Me Doxy (Avery Ballotta, Raquel Kober, Aysia Rodriguez, and Chris Geller)- four beautiful humans who helped conceive of this albumbaby and fed it all sorts of indispensable prenatal nutrients. I love you all more than words can describe and am forever grateful for the profound influence each of you bestowed upon little Debby.
This album is also dedicated to my mother, Jodi Margolin. Her beloved influence and memory have thoroughly saturated this record (after all, she is the one who first taught me to love humans and flowers wholeheartedly).
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