One Voice One Guitar
Recording artist, Pamela Davis, has just released her brand new album 'One Voice, One Guitar' on the heels of her two previous successful albums, "Welcome To Tranzotica" and "Random Harvest." The new album features sixteen tracks, fifteen written by the musician and singer. This album compilation displays Davis voice and guitar, a stunning, intimate performance, which showcases her immense talent. Davis stresses, "I wanted the listener to really hear my singing, lyrics and guitar, and not have any other distractions. It is very intimate and that's the point of the album." As a performer, it brings me back to the old days in Harvard Square (Cambridge, Massachusetts) performing in "The Idler" and "Club Passim" as a folk musician. One of Davis' greatest strengths is her songwriting as heard in the lyrically potent album, "One Voice, One Guitar." The music is stripped down to Davis' edgy, warm, yet powerful vocals, which are accompanied by her bright rhythm guitar work, opening up the music to a wide range of audiences. Davis intelligent writing resonates throughout each track as she makes timeless observations of the world around her. With each album release, Davis shows her versatility in her selections of genres. "Welcome To Tranzotica" is an instrumental ambient relaxation compilation, performed with Celtic and Greek Bouzouki, Octave Mandolin, Mandolin, Ukulele, Sitar, Classical, Tenor, and steel string Guitar, & Keyboards. Her 2010 release "Random Harvest" is a cover album of classic rock songs, which she displayed her talents on drums, Bass, Electric & acoustic Guitars, keyboards, and of course Vocals. As of this writing "Tranzotica" has been downloaded over 57,000 times. Download "One Voice, One Guitar," sit back, plug your buds firmly in both your ears and enjoy.