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Free to Dream

Label: River Lily
Released: 2002
Track listing: In The Loop; But Not For Me; Free To Dream; With A Song In My Heart; The Gentle Rain; U Don't Know What You're Missin'; The Sound Of Music Suite; Alone Together; My Love Is; Love Me Or Leave Me; Celia; Another Star; Puttin' On The Ritz. (Total Time: 73:53).

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Patrice Williamson: Free to Dream

Read "Free to Dream" reviewed by Jack Bowers


You want to hear beautiful music? Go directly to Track 4 on Patrice Williamson’s latest album, Free to Dream, and listen to Rodgers and Hart’s “With a Song in My Heart” — irresistibly melodic and outspokenly tender, the way a love song should be written (and sung). I’d never before heard the introduction to this masterpiece ...

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Patrice Williamson: Free To Dream

Read "Free To Dream" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Williamson continues to build on the promise she showed on her first album, My Shining Hour as her smoky alto makes its way through a song filling it with warmth and a smooth flowing jazz sensibility. Add her compact sense of time, the ability to swing sweetly and this turns out to be a neat album.

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Patrice Williamson: Free to Dream

Read "Free to Dream" reviewed by Dave Nathan


Boston singer , by way of Memphis, TN, Patrice Williamson has come out with her second release on her River Lily label. Given the critical acclaim her first release received, it's surprising and disappointing that it has taken three years for this one to get on the streets. But such are the vagaries and narrow vision ...

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Patrice Williamson: Free to Dream

Read "Free to Dream" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Carefully... Free to Dream is the second recording by vocalist Patrice Williamson. The thirtysomething Memphis native follows up her 1998 debut, My Shining Hour with a contemporary collection of originals and standards accented with intelligence and pathos, both in choice and performance. Her originals are epistles of spirituality and self-actualization...and they swing, albeit with a humid ...

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Free To Dream

Label: Mythology Records
Released: 1999
Track listing: Goddess; Jalama; Oddman; One Year Ago; Girl of the Southern Sky; Voice of Reason; The Mondello Line; Where the Rain Shines; Free to Dream; I Lie Waiting...; Sea of Allurement.

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David Binney: Free To Dream

Read "Free To Dream" reviewed by John W. Patterson


Binney is known to many as the sax genius of Lost Tribe and his skill is no less evident herein — in Binney's chosen dreamworld, a musical vibe, a flow, where he is free. Running his own record label, going the freshly popular independent route, affords total control and thus creativity and style unbounded by the ...

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David Binney: Free To Dream

Read "Free To Dream" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


New York City “Downtown Scene" alto saxophonist David Binney has produced a winner here. Binney has gained some much-deserved recognition due to his dazzling virtuosity with artists such as Drew Gress, Edward Simon and the beloved hard-edged jazz-fusion band, Lost Tribe. Free To Dream is Binney's first solo effort on his newly formed Mythology Records label. ...


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