Pam Rose | Bundle "Temple Sessions" & "Fly"

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Bundle "Temple Sessions" & "Fly"

by Pam Rose

In a CD Baby-Only release Two Time Grammy Nominee Pam Rose offers a bundle of "The Temple Sessions" PLUS "Fly"__Featuring classics "I'll Still Be Loving You", "Superstition", "Same Auld Lang Syne", and "My Life" and "If I Fly".
Genre: Folk: Anti-Folk
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1. Everything
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3:11 album only
2. You Know Where I'll Be
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3:47 album only
3. What's a Little Rain
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4:15 album only
4. Superstition
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4:04 album only
5. Same Auld Lang Syne
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6:16 album only
6. If I Fly
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5:38 album only
7. Sleep
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3:18 album only
8. My Life
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4:13 album only
9. I'll Still Be Loving You
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3:29 album only
10. Journey's End
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3:22 album only
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Album Notes
***** Review by CD Baby

There are no words three-dimensional enough to capture the full-spectrum, vibrant beauty of Pamela Rose's voice, but it feels as natural for her to sing as for the wind to play with the trees; it is a voice that was always meant to sing, a voice that must sing as Spring must awaken...In the league with...Joni Mitchell...and Stevie Nicks.

***** Review from CDBaby wesbsite
by Brad Baker

Listen to this music, it is beautiful, endearing, and enduring.
Most of the music that I hear is disposable and has a short half-life. “Morpheus”, by Pamela Rose is not disposable. It contains music that enlivens the mind and fires the spirit. The lyrics are intricately crafted and the music is complex yet accessible.

It took Pamela two years two complete "Morpheus", and it was time well spent. I think every word is perfect and every note belongs.

I highly recommend “Morpheus” and rank it with the work of Mary Chapin Carpenter, Lucinda Williams, Joni Mitchell and Emmy Lou Harris. If you enjoyed CDs such as “time*sex*love*”, “Red Dirt Girl”, “Stumble into Grace, “Turbulent Indigo and Hejira you will enjoy “Morpheus”.

Review by
Søren Andersen, Hvidovre, Denmark

Pamela Rose makes amazing sounds and has a winning vocal style all her own. Some of the songs remind you of Mary Ann Kennedy's work, but that's no big surprise, considering the fact that they often collaborate and once worked together in the stunning duo Kennedy Rose. Great!


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