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Customer Reviews

Endorsed By Sam Arlen

Iʻm so pleased to have received this wonderful review from Sam Arlen, son of the great Harold Arlen - composer of Somewhere Over The Rainbow, That Old Black Magic, Letʻs Fall In Love, Stormy Weather, Come Rain Or Come Shine, and literally hundreds of other great songs. To have Sam be the first to review my EP is a HUGE honor.
Pamela Polland

"Pamela Polland’s new CD is a musically relaxing work of art. The arrangements and vocals are fresh and yet, tip the hat to the original feeling and meaning of the songs. Case in point is Over the Rainbow. This version of my Father's classic composition lifts the spirit while still tugging at the heartstrings to remind us that there is really no place like home. This disc deserves a home in your collection."

Sam Arlen

Wow, What a Wahine.

Pamela Polland's new EP Hawaiianized is a revelation. Those of you who remember her earlier works will be thrilled to learn that her fantastic voice (and her ability to make you feel she is singing to you alone) remains intact on this set of classics given a particularly Kama'aina twist.

Pamela's versions of Somewhere Over the Rainbow are very different from the other famous Hawai'ian version (by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole) but are nevertheless intimate and charming. Similarly, her takes on You Are So Beautiful, Stand By Me and Here Comes the Sun evoke a nostalgia for a simpler, more carefree time, and are warm, welcoming and appealing.

A triumph by a musical maestro. Pamela, Mahalo to you.

Aloha from Atlanta

Thank you Pamela for sharing your Aloha in song. You have certainly added a Hawaiian touch the these songs. Being away from the islands I grew up on, listening to your CD was an extremely refreshing experience. I love that touch of steel guitar you added to one of my favorite Beatle tunes also. A wonderful CD, looking forward to many more!


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Pamela Polland's music has grown and blossomed as she shifted musical direction several times since starting out in the '60s. As part of Gentle Soul with Rick Stanley, she charted in the '60s with a few folk-rock singles. During the following decade, the singer/songwriter made two recordings for Columbia Records as a solo artist, and she fronted a jazz quartet in Maui. By 1999, Polland joined with Claudia Kirchmayr in a Hawaiian-language duo called Makamaka. In addition, throughout three decades...
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