This track is also noted for some exiting but loose ensemble playing. You Could Have It All offers just the right blend of the melancholy side of the blues with the more upbeat side of that genre performed by outstanding musicians. This is an album you'll want for both the vocalizing and the instrumentalists.
Pamela Rose has a great voice, good range and phrasing, on the mark intonation recalling Nancy Wilson. It also drips with soul and funk; no sweet sounding lady she. One might, however, question the arrangements. Too many of the tunes are accompanied by the incessant, never varying back beat of Bryant Mills' drums such as on "The One That Got Away" and "This Love Is Gonna Do Me in". All of the tunes are written by Rose in collaboration with a variety of other writers. This session could have done quite well without them. Even with the occasional disagreeable drum rhythm, this still is a quite decent album. Without it, the CD would be upgraded several notches to way beyond decent for these ears. Lyrics are printed in the liner notes. Visit Pamela on her web site at ww. amelarose.
Album: You Could Have It All. Release year: 2001. Pamela Rose: best 2 tracks. Pamela Rose - You Never Remember My Birthday Just For A Thrill, 2006 03:44. Pamela Rose - The One That Got Away You Could Have It All, 2001 04:43.
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Pamela Rose is an American jazz singer, songwriter, producer, and guitarist. She was born June 28, 1956 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Variations: Viewing All Pamela Rose. You Could Have It All (CD, Album). Three Handed Records. Pamela Bruner - Laddie Lie Near Me (Scotland). Up the Country Blues. album: Blues Is a Woman. album: Mais qui a re-tué Pamela Rose ? This Love Is Gonna Do Me In. album: You Could Have It All. See You In Your Dreams. Anita Best & Pamela Morgan - Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming. album: Amber Christmas.
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The One That Got Away
You Could Have It All
See You in Your Dreams
You Got Me Good
The Love Is Gonna Do Me In
She's Not Dressed up for You
Same Ol' Story
Mama Needs a Little Day
Johnny Bamont - Sax (Baritone) Danny Caron - Guitar Jeff Ervin - Horn Arrangements, Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor) John Gove - Trombone Benard Ighner - Composer James Levi - Congas Jeff Lewis - Trumpet Carl Lockett - Guitar, Vocals (Background) Marvin McFadden - Trumpet Jimmy Pugh - Producer Pamela Rose - Composer, Primary Artist Linda Russell - Photography Tony Stead - Organ (Hammond), Vocals (Background) Rob Sudduth - Sax (Baritone) Garth Webber - Engineer, Guitar Marty Wehner - Trombone
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