||Riverwalk CD (2009) |
Willy Dalton albums Recording information: Luna Sound.
review from minor7th :"The ground where folk music intersects with classical was perhaps first visited by George Gershwin in 1924 with the debut of "Rhapsody in Blue." Some have since questioned whether the natural spontaneity of jazz comes off as too contrived when scored for classical instruments as Gershwin did with "Rhapsody." Willy Dalton, on his CD "Riverwalk," proves that this criticism doesn't hold when fingerstyle music is scored to be paired with that of a string quartet. Supported through a grant from The Urban History Initiative, "Riverwalk" ...
||Die Happy CD (1991) |
Willy Dalton CD discography Armed with a big voice and a soulful outlook, Pam Tate successfully tackles R&B, jazz and blues on her debut album, Die Happy. It's regrettable that this self-produced outing bombed commercially, for the singer shows a fair amount of promise. Tate is convincing as a sassy, bluesy R&B shouter on "A Woman Scorned," "Counting the Hours" and "Step in the Wrong Direction," and ...