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Only known recording, Happens All The Time, 1991
The richness of her production and the importance of her voice to the overall sound is reminiscent of Happy Rhodes. (Neile)
Own, though several songs co-written
Pamela Golden grows on you--at first I liked it but thought it wasn't essential, now I wouldn't want to be without it. Good music. This album should have a wider audience. (Neile)
Recommended first album:
1991--Park Avenue Records, Seattle, WA (no longer in business)--PA 82807
If you look hard enough you can find it used in the Seattle area
High for lovers of well-crafted ethereal pop.
Pamela Golden--vocals, guitars
Tony Levin--bass, stick bass
Various songs by Steve Fisk & Pamela Golden, Tony Levin, Jerry Marotta, Peter Barnes, Norman Durkee
This only grows better over time. Songs have great hooks and are interestingly produced in the Happy Rhodes manner, though Pamela Golden's voice doesn't have the same range. The songs are also pretty, and the album is pleasant as background music while still rewarding careful attention. Highly recommended. (Neile)
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