Results for "Pamela Polland"
An award-winning singer/songwriter, with three albums on Columbia and Epic as well as two more independently released albums to her credit, Pamela Polland’s ever increasing list of musical credentials reads like a veritable Who's Who of artists … from all points on the musical compass. Over the course of her 50-years in the business, this seasoned professional has both performed and recorded with such luminaries as Bonnie Raitt, Kenny Loggins, Jackson Browne, Van Morrison, John Denver, Taj Mahal, Joe Cocker, Leon Russel, Tedeschi Trucks band, Manhattan Transfer and a host of others. In 1970, Pamela joined the famed Mad Dogs & Englishmen Tour with Joe Cocker and Leon Russell, appearing on the resulting album as well as in the movie
Label: BGO Records
Track listing: CD1: In My Imagination; Out Of My Hands (Still In My Heart); Sing-A-Song Man; When I Got Home; Please Mr. D.J.; Abalone Dream; The Rescuer; Sugar Dad; The Teddy Bears’ Picnic; The Dream (For Karuna); Texas; Lighthouse. CD2:The Refuge; Wild Roses; You Stand By Me; To Earl; Music Music; Thank You, Operator; Willsdon Manor; Untitled (Dusty Rose); The Ship; Prelude; The Clearing; Didn’t Get Enough Of Your Love; Take In The Light.
by Jakob Baekgaard
The singer-songwriter movement of the seventies paved the way for several new voices in popular music, but not everyone got the success of Carole King, whose album Tapestry (Ode, 1971) marked a peak in the movement, commercially and artistically. Pamela Polland was one of the artists whom fame eluded. Polland was poised for a ...