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Every Us

by SpoonWalk

Pop rock with a bit of an urban or jazz feel.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Something Real
4:12 $0.99
2. Deep
4:25 $0.99
3. I Will Be
4:52 $0.99
4. In Front Of You
3:42 $0.99
5. Who Say?
3:47 $0.99
6. Holiday Love
5:42 $0.99
7. Stain The Sky
5:14 $0.99
8. Cookies & Beer
8:39 $0.99
9. Won't You Stay
5:41 $0.99
10. Quiet Time
3:36 $0.99
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Album Notes
Ramona Spooney has been singing since the age of three when her grandmother made the mistake of putting her on the "It's A Small World" ride at Disney - she hasn't been quiet since she heard that theme song!

Throughout her school years she was involved in numerous choruses in addition to being a soloist in Hunter College High School's Jazz and Senior choruses. Ramona has also been a featured singer in Queens and Long Island church choirs and can currently be heard on New York radio in Huntington Honda, Long Island.com and Ski Stop jingles and on the children's television show Zebby's Zoo.

Songwriting seemed to come naturally to Ramona who wrote poetry as a child. The skill was awakened through her association with the female folk trio Bad Assed Mamas and grew with BAM's baby sister Acoustic Madness.

In 1998 Frank Walker asked Ramona, his open mike friend, to help him write a song for his goddaughter's christening and "In Front of You" (re-released on the SpoonWalk debut "Every US") brought the songwriting duo together.

In the late 1980's through early 1990's, Frank was the keyboardist/backup vocalist/songwriter for the 8-piece Long Island horn band, ON-LINE performing a mix of party rock and roll covers and Chicago-style originals. After the group parted ways, Frank moved to the opposite end of the
spectrum and went solo acoustic. Since 1995 he has appeared at many Long Island-based coffee houses, restaurants, fairs, and private functions, doing a mix of covers and originals.

In so doing he has cultivated a friendly and supportive community of singers and musicians who play at the various open mic nights he hosts. A few of them donated their talents to the CD.

In July 2000, Ramona & Frank came together to form SpoonWalk and began writing and recording the 10-song original CD which they co-produced with Tom Cavanagh for his Bent Pussycat Records label entitled "Every Us" -- released in the spring of 2001. And now the real work begins.....



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Good Times Magazine

SpoonWalk-Every Us
Ramona Spooney and Frank Walker, collectively known as SpoonWalk, have come together to create a CD that is both unique and very beautiful.

Some of the uniqueness comes from the concept of the album -
this is a CD full of love songs that manage to be uplifting without being saccharine.
This sounds like a simple thing, until you realize that most love songs either fall into "done me wrong" category, or into teenybop-pop-dom.

Spooney and Walker's songs reflect a more mature sensibility -these are people who have known unhappiness, but have found a way to move beyond it.
The music is hard to categorize, for one - it's not quite pop, not quite jazz, definitely not R&B.
It reflects all of these influences.
It doesn't sound like the radio these days, which may not help them commercially, but is a good thing from an artistic point of view.

As a vocalist, Spooney is a standout.
Her voice has a rich, highly pleasant quality, and while she clearly can belt it with the best of them, she is often co

Steve B.

Glad I have it!
This CD showcases excellent songwriting and vocal talent. What a great team, and they show quite well their versitility as far as style. Standout track: Something Real.

Kevin Mahoney

Frank is awesome!
This CD really shows the musicianship of Frank! Spoonwalk's talent is truly masterful!

Robin Eve Chifari

This CD is most definately a MUST for anyone's collect that has an appreciation for love, truth, honesty, and music arrangements that will in fact, do nothing short of blow your mind. Frank Walker and Ramona Spooney are unbelieveably talents musicians,singers,songwriters and with the added bonus of some wonderfully talented musicians to boot....there is no way in hell this couldn't be a winner. Hard to find a "favorite" in this solid package of beautiful music, but I must say "Won't You Stay" and "Quiet Time" kill me everything. Liquid Sex on the highest cloud in the sky. Damn....best way to put it. BUY YOURS TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! XXX R.E.C.

Liz Rapp

they move any living soul
Frank and Ramona are both wonderful musicians whom complement each other in such a way, they are certainly in sync. Ramona's soulful voice has brought me to tears on most occasions that I have seen her, while Frank after 20 something years has always continued to amaze with his uncanny ear for what sounds wonderful. I have had the pleasure to perform with both of them and can't wait till their next project, and hope I am involved in some way KEEP ROCKING MY FRIENDS!

Ms. B of SKYjETT studios

This is an album that will move your soul.
One of the finest collections of songs I have ever heard. "Something Real",(pop at its best)"Infront of you"-(I WISH I WROTE THIS ONE.sigh.)"Stain the Sky",poetry.Vocals are perfect,arrangements inspired.I now listen to this as much as anything else in my collection.This are musician's musicians. Bravo.