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Over the past decade, Waterdeep has transmogrified itself from a Christian folk-rock quintet into a more intimate vehicle for founding members Don and Lori Chaffer to explore issues of faith and family. This project is meant to be approached as two EPs, separating Don and Lori’s songs. But as it plays out, the Chaffers’ compositions work together as a whole, capturing moods both serious (“You’ll Be Fine,” “I Rolled into New Years Eve”) and lighthearted (“Life of the Party,” “Okay, Okay, Yeah”). Lori’s singing brings to mind the likes of Leigh Nash and the Weepies’ Deb Talan on such gently nuanced tracks as “Lying In History” and “Do the Dance.” Don projects a lovable camp counselor presence, though his vocal on “Right Before” adds shadows to his sunny side. The music is often inventive, with Waterdeep veteran Brandon Graves drumming up a storm (especially on “Oh”) and former Peter Frampton sideman Stan Shelton anchoring the tracks with his stalwart bass. By turns whimsical and yearning, Pink and Blue brings out fresh colors in this always-intriguing combo’s sound.

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A fantastic return to form for Don and Lori

On their newest release, husband and wife duo Don and Lori Chaffer really deliver a great, catchy, and deep album. Pink and Blue is actually two EPs - Tracks 1-7 are Lori's disc, while 8-13 are Don's. A lot of these songs are fun and potentially danceable (like "Life of the Party"), but the lyrics wrestle with some real heartache (such as "Okay, Okay, Yeah" and "You'll be Fine"). This is a great return to form after quite a hiatus (apart from last year's acoustic disc, Waterdeep has not released new material since 2003) and a nice synthesis of their past and present work.

continued evolution

Don and Lori seem to really love to make music. It comes through with clarity in this album. One thing that I love about Waterdeep is that each album evolves from the one before it. Each song on this particular album is really well done. They have had really high production value for the last two, counting the acoustic album before this one. In earlier albums, they were more straightforward with poppy acoustic songs and heartfelt ballads. The latest edition has a mix of acoustic melodies, bouncy rythms, and deep lyrics. It's the kind of album that you can have on in the background, or can be very compelling if you like to sit down and really listen to music. I also have to say that I really love the way they create rythms with loops and vocals, among other things. Their style oozes with thoughful creativity.

pink and blue

mom can't get enough of this album! we got the e-mail, hope you guys are doing good. we miss you! time for a visit soon maaybe? :)


Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Wichita, KS-based alternative CCM band Waterdeep was formed in 1995 by ex-Hey Ruth frontman Don Chaffer upon completion of his solo album You Were at the Time for Love; bassist Anthony Case, keyboardist Jay Pfiefer and drummer Brandon Graves completed the lineup, which soon released its debut album To Chase Away the Birds. Chaffer's wife, singer/guitarist Lori Coscia, joined Waterdeep in 1996, with the group's sophomore effort Sink or Swim appearing the following year; in 1998, the band returned...
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