CD Review: Seashells In My Pocket by Pam Asberry
You need not be loud to convey what you want to say. You need not shout to say things. You can be subtle, gentle and still achieve the poignant touch that was your objective.
This is what came to my mind when I heard Pam’s music. The beauty of a music piece lies in the conversations it has with the listener, and Pam’s music could weave stories if you are ready to listen.
Album Name: Seashells in my Pocket
Artist Name: Pam Asberry
Total Time: 54:00
I feel the best music is created when a musician itself feels the inspiration or an inner-urge to make the music. In case of Pam, the time that she took before she recorded her own album, sounds worthwhile because every piece of the album invites you to a place and be with yourself. I consider it one of the most powerful and genuine impacts the music, or for that matter any form of art, could have.
There are 13 tracks on the album and each one offers a different texture–carefully picked by the artist as she strolled on the beach of an ocean of music. Imagine yourself walking on a beach and each seashell radiating a different color of the sounds that it carries–Pam picked up the ones that appealed to her the most. Ah, what a wonderful selection!
I congratulate Pam on her adventure and wish her more such inspirations so that she continues to share her gifts with this world.
|Cozumel Blue Waters||3:45|
|Moonlight over Moorea||5:10|
|Dunn’s River Falls||3:14|
|Palm Trees Sway||3:31|
|Cadillac Mountain Sunset||4:55|
|The Mermaid’s Tears||3:41|