Pamela Moore | Stories From A Blue Room

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Stories From A Blue Room

by Pamela Moore

A haunting blend of hard rock, electronic and pop music,
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Get Off (American Way)
4:40 $0.99
2. Satisfied (Duet w/Terri Nunn-Berlin)
4:09 $0.99
3. Ordinary Day
4:06 $0.99
4. Forever In My Dreams
4:41 $0.99
5. Dive Into Me
5:38 $0.99
6. Deeper
4:00 $0.99
7. Feel Your Heart
4:33 $0.99
8. Eyes Wide Open
4:03 $0.99
9. Cross My Heart
3:37 $0.99
10. Complicated
4:34 $0.99
11. Take Me Down
5:34 $0.99
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Album Notes
Pamela Moore steps back into the limelight as a solo artist with Stories From A Blue Room. The distinctive 11-track album brings the singer full-circle, resurrecting a solo career that began in the early 1980s.

The sultry vocalist’s first two albums, Take a Look (1981) and You Won’t Find Me There (1982), were well-received, but label problems ultimately derailed a promising start. Not content to give up, Pamela continued to follow her passion, making guest appearances on various albums during the next decade, most notably as the voice of “Sister Mary” on Queensrÿche’s heralded concept album, Operation: Mindcrime. She eventually started touring again with Queensrÿche in 2004 as a featured vocalist and stage actress which ultimately generated the invitation to reclaim her role as "Sister Mary" on the newly released sequel: Operation: Mindcrime 2.

The tour revived Moore’s desire to record her own album, and she began writing songs with former Rorschach Test guitarist Benjamin Anderson. The duo found instant chemistry, as Anderson’s musical ideas brought Pamela’s lyrics and melodies to life. Stories From A Blue Room is the dynamic result of that collaboration.

A haunting blend of hard rock, electronic, and pop music, the combination of different sounds on the album is made whole by Pamela Moore’s edgy, yet soulful voice. Cuts such as “Dive into Me” and “Satisfied?” (duet featuring Terri Nunn - Berlin) are two darker rock tracks on the album, while a ballad such as “Forever in My Dreams” would bring a tear to the eye of the most hardened soul.

Fittingly, it’s a diverse pallet of songs and while most songwriters cite “life experiences” as the influence behind their songs, for Pamela Moore, it’s an honest answer, not a public relations line. Her lyrics on Stories From A Blue Room are derived from a life spent in and out of the music business and provide a unique landscape of emotions.

“The album is an open window to things I’ve questioned in my life and dealt with over the years,” Pamela explains. “I’m excited to have the opportunity to express myself once again.”

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Stories From A Blue Room is a CD that enraptures the soul and takes it on a journey. Pamela's sultry and sometimes haunting vocals accompanied with driving guitars and precision percussion on songs like Ordinary Day and Dive Into Me set you right back into your chair. This CD is a 10 but they only allow 5 stars!

Patrick Moore

Awesome Vocalist that sings from the Heart !!!
Pamela.....What can I say...I've looked upto you for years
You inspired me to sing....
I love you, The CD is Awesome....
Your Little Bro...Patrick


Two thumbs up
I have always loved Pamela's vocals. Ever since the days of Sister Mary on OM-1!!!! But she truly has outdone herself here!!!! Not quite the soaring vocals of OM, But her talent definitely shines through on Songs like Cross my heart, and Lean into me!!! When will we see more, of Moore???? Possibly a solo tour... I'm there if she comes to Denver!!!!!


We got a hot one here, baby!
After my fifth round of listening to this CD I came to realize that this music is hypnotic. Pamela's vocals pull me right into a fantasy of mystical music videos. I already know what my friends are getting for their birthday this year; "Stories From A Blue Room".


pretty damn good...
i hope these two continue collaborating in the future.

marie (dellabrown)

welcome to the blue room
this album is absolutley a must have. stories from a blue room has not left my cd player since it was delivered.
i really like the rock edge of "satisfied", "dive into me",
"eyes wide open" and "take me down" and the soulful touch of
"forever in my dreams" and "cross my heart". i don't think
a drop of dust will ever touch this album.


Great CD
I have seen Pamela live with Queensryche and her voice is soulful but rocks. You feel the music glad to see her doing her music. Keep it up Pamela.


Great cd!
This is a great cd! The production is excellent, and Pamela Moore`s voice combined with some great guitar work from Jeff Loomis makes this a pleasure to listen to! Highly recommended cd!


Great work Pamela!
Pamela you have a great voice I can't even descibe how it makes me feel. On this CD I think the mix is good, on a few of the songs I think the vocals could have been turned up a little. Can't wait for the next one!!!! KEEP ROCKIN


kick ass
What more is there to say? Pamela Kicks ass. There is no slowing down for her in her music.
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