Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
All of their albums ARE available!
Dr. Donald E. Ratcliff | The United States | 02/09/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Just as an update on Seawind, all of their albums--except for "Remember"--are currently in print. Two are available on Amazon and the other two are available via the group's new web site: www.seawindjazz.com. I talked with their manager a few months ago and he said that the two albums on the web site were earlier available in Japan, but they were not legal albums. A fifth album--the classic (and one of my favorites) "Somebody Loves You," listed under Bob and Pauline Wilson but includes all of the Seawind backing them up, is also available on CD in Japan (it is on the Amazon Japan site, I think). Pauline's new albums are both on the U.S.A. Amazon. There is talk about a reunion in the near future and a possible new album (see the web site). I suspect sales of their web site albums may be an indicator of how much demand there is for their music and thus may influence the likelihood of a new album, but that is probably true of sales of albums listed on Amazon as well.One last comment--the "Remember" album has several songs not available on their other albums."
With a due respect it did not move me
Dr. Donald E. Ratcliff | 07/03/1999
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Seawind's lastest album cannot remotely compare to their first and second albums, with emphasis on the one with "Follow your Road." The second album was a spiritual-secular bombshell. Maybe it is too much to ask for that same kind of album now. I will admit, it is nice to here the sweet soulful voice of the lead singer. Please put the Follow your Road album on CD. It will make an impressive present for a host of my friends. Peace and Self-reflection."
Richard L. Smith | Central IL | 07/31/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I would love to see all of their records released on CD. I especially love the Light the Light album with "Free" and "Follow Your Road".
Pauline was not the only great musician to come from Seawind. The legendary Jerry Hey and his horn section has been heard on countless artists work for decades as well as Larry Williams who did many great recordings with GRP and Dave Grusin. And you can't forget the composer of their great music, Bob Wilson.
This music changed my musical life and influenced many others."