Results for "Pamela Williams"
by Ken Franckling
Cape May Jazz FestivalCape May, NJNovember 6-8, 2008 For 15 years, the semi-annual Cape May Jazz Festival has been offering jazz-and-blues-filled weekends each April and November, to primarily East Coast jazz fans who flock to New Jersey's southernmost tip more for the music than the shopping, the colorful array of gingerbread Victorian houses, or ...
Label: Fome Records
Track listing: Lifetime; A Song For Pam; Placero; Evolution; Queen Of The Nile' The Dance; I Am Love; Smooth; Thinking About You; Cleopatra's Destiny' Poison; At The Concert; Vibrations 5ive Minutes; Lifeline (Pamela's Pulse) (Total Time: 68.54).
by Craig W. Hurst
The smooth, stylish, sophisticated, meticulously polished, refined and highly produced sounds of that jazzy pop music called smooth jazz are very evident in the newest CD release Evolution by Pamela Williams. As a multi-saxophonist, flautist and vocalist, Williams’ playing is very much in the same vein as that of David Sanborn, Candy Dulfer, Richard ...
by C. Michael Bailey
Tafelmusik. Edward Kennedy Ellington once opined that there existed only two types of music— Good and Bad. This writer tends to be a bit more forgiving in amending Mr. Ellington's classes to read Good and Better." It is from this vantagepoint that I approach Pamela Williams' new release, Evolution. First and foremost, this disc will appeal ...