In an episode of Dead Zone, Ruth Roberts (songwriter) gave one of her songs to her son, Michael Piller, (who was producer of the show at the time.) The song was called "Winter Snow".
At the time, it was available to listen on the USA Network website, but it was removed after awhile. I then learned that to promote the episode, entitled "The man who never was", the producers pressed several hundred copies of "Winter Snow" which was sung by a female jazz-type torch song singer. I do not have the name of the singer. Also on the CD was a instrumental version of the song.
The CD was then sent out to many of the US radio station that had jazz formats.
I cannot seem to track down a copy of this song anywhere. I so fell in love with it. Any suggestions on how I can get a copy of it, would be wonderful. I have been searching for it for several years now. The Dead Zone episode it appeared in aired in March 2003.
Thanks in advance,
P. S. I do know that the singer was NOT Mercedes Hall, I have already contacted her by e-mail and she confirmed that it was not one of her songs.
I actually have a copy of this; an mp3 downloaded from the website when it was posted.
Interesting that, like you, I can't find any information on the song. I've been searching for this for a couple of years. I would swear that the website identified the artist as Mercedes Hall, and that's how I have it listed in my audio files. The allmusic.com page is the only place I see the song associated with Coco Love Alcorn or Tom Colclough (misspelled "Coclough"), although the clips clearly appear to be of the same song I have.
I'm a musician and I'm not a big fan of file sharing, but, as no one seems to be owning up to this work, nor is it available commercially, I have no qualms about sending anyone a copy. E-mail me and I'll send it out when I get home this evening.
I will, of course, cease and desist at the request of the copyright holder. As the copyright holder seems, at this point, not to care, I think we're pretty safe here.