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Eight Days of Ecstasy
Pamela Williams
Eight Days of Ecstasy
Genres: Jazz, Pop
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All Artists: Pamela Williams
Title: Eight Days of Ecstasy
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Heads Up
Original Release Date: 3/17/1998
Re-Release Date: 3/24/1998
Genres: Jazz, Pop
Style: Smooth Jazz
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 053361304324, 0053361304324, 707787304320

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Ignore the Pictures
E. Laway | Temecula, California United States | 06/07/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Ignore the pictures in the CD insert. Pamela Williams is a capble saxophonist and the semi nude pin ups might distract one from this fact. This is a follow to her debut CD and it is quite impressive. It has that smooth jazz feel to it especially with track #3 "Love in the Afternoon." It is a piece reminescent of Kenny G's style of superflous romanticism, but better. Williams is able to strike a balance between melancholy and amourousness. She is able to hold long mournful notes but could also be a quick stacatto in funky, synthesizer laden numbers like "Scarlet" and "One of the Cats." You will aso take note of the Booker brothers' vocals in "I've got love on my mind," and "I'll be there." It's the kind of woozie songs played in wedding receptions when the embarassed couple is asked to dance their first Mr&Mrs dance. It 's not a bad thing. Overall, this CD has lots of merits and one must apppreciate it , not from a comparetive view but just just for the niceness of the music itself."
Disappointing follow-up to "Saxstress"...
Torquemada | Atlanta, Georgia USA / Madrid, Spain. | 01/05/1999
(2 out of 5 stars)

"The girl is nice. The concept is attractive (a woman playing sax...) The first album was promising... And there comes the follow-up, which starts nicely with Gerald Albright (one of the hottest and best Sax and Bass player of the present musical panorama, and one of my favourites) playing with Pamela on "Scarlet". Then we listen to a disappointing cover version of Al Green's "Still in love" (the vocalist just is much too short), and have to wait four more boring tracks (sometimes Pamela sounds like the once great sax player Kenny Gorelic, now pretentiously called Kenny G) to get into "Pump up the heat". The rest of the album has two more tracks above average ("Saxy ness" and "8 days of ecstasy"). That makes four out of ten... If you want to have a bit of fun and see the Penthouse side of Pamela Williams, you can always use the enhanced CD ans discover her more intimately. That is only marketing, but it might give you the impression you will have had your money's worth buying this CD."
Very Sensuous
Gabriel Montgomery | FT. CAMPBELL | 03/22/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is definately a cd for the collection of the mellow souls and erotic beings. This cd is very soft and soothing."