The second Steve Thomson's (his real name is René Felix Zenklusen) studio album "Everyone Loves A Winner" was released in 1990. The 11 songs were recorded this time in the legendary Dutch Wisseloord Studios and produced by Joey Balin. For this project Steve Thomson was able to work with Chris Egger (keyboards), John Roggio (guitar), bassist Greg Smith (TED NUGENT, RAINBOW, ALICE COOPER) and Ricky Anthony Parent (drums).
Pianist Freddie Redd has not recorded all that much during his 45-year career, but most of his records have been special events. This particular set has eight of Redd's tightly arranged compositions being performed by a fine sextet that also features tenor-saxophonist Teddy Edwards, altoist Curtis Peagler and trombonist Phil Ranelin.