What Honor says about the making of "The Other Side " "In the early 70's, I started out singing Folk and then went on to sing Rock, Blues, and Contemporary music. In 1983 I began singing Jazz and have done that almost exclusively since then, recording two albums along the way. However over the last few years I have had this little voice in my head reminding me that there is another side to me. So last April I spoke to Dick Farrelly and asked him to find a studio and musicians so that I could record an album. He suggested we record it in France where a friend of his, from the early eighties had a cool little studio. The friend turned out to be drummer Neil Conti of 'Prefab Sprout' fame, and he owned the studio. Next was the Hammond organ player Gavin Povey. The Bass player was Paul Moore. Dick was to play guitars and produce the album. I was happy! We set off to Montpellier in the South of France with all worries of rain and parking metres left behind. The album was a joy to record from beginning to end, and I think you will agree the results speak for themselves. The musicians were perfect and so enthusiastic it was a happy crew and company and we had many great laughs as well as making some great music! The material was very important and luckily I found ten tunes that I was very happy with and really meant something to me. I really hope you enjoy listening to this album as much as I enjoyed recording it. Like a dream come true it is finally, a perfect reflection of "The Other Side", of me".