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Unborn
David Pack
Unborn
Genre: R&B
 
The latest solo project from the distinctive voice of the founding member of Ambrosia. David's voice and songwriting skills are as fresh and vibrant as ever. "Songs are like children to songwriters. In thinking about this ...  more »

     

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All Artists: David Pack
Title: Unborn
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Release Date: 3/30/2004
Genre: R&B
Style: Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 766487577441

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The latest solo project from the distinctive voice of the founding member of Ambrosia. David's voice and songwriting skills are as fresh and vibrant as ever. "Songs are like children to songwriters. In thinking about this collection of tunes, they are like unborn children, only now thanks to you, they have a home."

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MISLEADING SUBTITLE
Raleigh Mckeever | Atlanta, GA | 07/13/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you're hesistant to buy this album because of its' subtitle ("Unreleased. Unrefined. Songs in the Raw 1985-1995"), don't be. That subtitle is misleading! There is not one song in this collection this not high quality and worthy of release.

I've been a fan of DP since he was with Ambrosia. He hooked me with "Biggest Part of Me" in the 80's and I've been listening ever since. I love all five of their studio albums and his solo one back in 1985. However, I have been curious as to what he's been doing artistically since that time; aside from successfully producing and writing songs for others. This album answered my question.

I can safely say that this guy STILL HAS IT! It is evident how much he has grown as an artist in regards to range & emotional depth. My personal favorites on this CD are "Natalie's Song", "N 2 Deep", and "The Last Time You Cry (Won't Be)".

I'm now waiting for his latest release "The Secret of Moving On" to come out later this month. I've heard sound samples on his website (www.davidpack.com) and they're great. Ambrosia fans will really appreciate his jazzy update of "You're The Only Woman".

Nice to see TRUE TALENT because it just gets better with time!!!"