Artist: Pamela Robinson. Album: Shifting Turtle. Shifting Turtle: Best 2 songs. Pamela Robinson - Awakening 03:54. Pamela Robinson - Call to Stillness 03:47. Pamela Robinson: best 2 tracks. Pamela Robinson - Awakening Shifting Turtle, 2008 03:54. Pamela Robinson - Call to Stillness Shifting Turtle, 2008 03:47. Artist: Pamela Robinson.
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If Porter Robinson didn’t make an album like Worlds in 2014, someone else would have. Never mind that, if one were to squint real hard, the North Carolina producer’s shimmering, saccharine-sweet new album could be seen as an antidote to the aggressive, toxically masculine culture that’s pervaded mainstream American dance culture over the last few years-a culture whose fuck-it sense of hedonism has recently resulted in fatal consequences, even as its corporate benefactors. Most surprisingly, Robinson himself occasionally and quite effectively takes lead vocal duties, especially on Sad Machine, which finds his high-range voice dueting with a Vocaloid, a digital audio tool that replicates the human voice, over a mid-tempo beat and starry-eyed melodic structure. Sad Machine is one of a few tracks on Worlds that evoke, unintentionally or not, Passion Pit’s high-wire synth-pop fantasias.
Pamela Des Barres (born Pamela Ann Miller; September 9, 1948) is a former rock and roll groupie, musician, and actress. Today she is an author, magazine writer, and writing teacher. Des Barres' parents were from Kentucky. Just before she was born, her father moved the family to southern California. Her mother was a homemaker and her father worked for Anheuser-Busch and occasionally as a gold miner.