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"REYNOLDS ROBINSON/Side Effects of Dying: Interesting duo"

REYNOLDS ROBINSON/Side Effects of Dying: Interesting duo. The chick is known for being clinically dead, the dude was in a Nashville rock band that should have broke out. Together, they make music that takes you to the edge of consciousness digging deep in the mysterious circumstances of Reynolds’ death. It's all original, and it's all something else that if you are into the mystic in some way will probably enjoy. Certainly off the beaten track but geared to alt. adults on the prowl for a water cooler record.
144 (Southern Tracks)
- Midwest Record Recap – Chicago, IL – October 28, 2005


"SOUTHERN TRACKS RECORDS RELEASES DEBUT CD FROM"

SOUTHERN TRACKS RECORDS RELEASES DEBUT CD FROM
> REYNOLDS ROBINSON, THE SIDE EFFECTS OF DYING, OCTOBER 25
>
> SONGS OFFER A TONGUE-IN-CHEEK LOOK AT REYNOLDS¹ CLINICAL DEATH EXPERIENCE
>
> ATLANTA, GA ­ Southern Tracks Records has announced an October 25 release
> date for The Side Effects of Dying, the debut CD from the
> singer/songwriter
> duo of Reynolds Robinson, which offers a very tongue-in-cheek look at Pam
> Reynolds benchmark Clinical Death Experience case that continues to rattle
> the foundations of science worldwide.
>
> Since 1991, the name of Atlanta-based Pam Reynolds has been synonymous
> with
> consciousness research. Television, print media and radio, both here and
> abroad, have detailed Pam Reynolds and her groundbreaking brain-aneurysm
> case. Before her clinical death experience, Pam was a classically trained
> multi-instrumentalist, orchestrator and songwriter.
>
> On The Side Effects of Dying, Pam has partnered with critically acclaimed
> singer/songwriter Rob Robinson. A Mississippi native now based in
> Nashville,
> Rob wrote and produced three CD¹s with his jazz/rock band, Fearless Freap,
> and later formed the group Whirlybird, which released a CD that charted at
> college radio and Modern A/C. Pam and Rob began writing together in 2003.
>
> The Side Effects of Dying was mixed by Rodney Mills (Atlanta Rhythm
> Section,
> Sheryl Crow) and takes the listener on a journey to the edge of
> consciousness and back again. Among its many highlights are the first
> track,
> ³If I Live Through This,² a humorous, cautionary tale about why you should
> never pick up women at the state fair; ³Young Avenue² welcomes you to your
> independence with reckless abandon; ³The Crying Fields² is an
> introspective
> look at the search for forgiveness; and ³What Are We Waiting For?²
> challenges every fear that ever held you back. Two of the songs on the
> CD,
> ³Coming Back To Life² and the title track, focus on Pam¹s near death
> experience.
>
> Southern Tracks Records has serviced the CD to Americana Radio Stations
> nationally, with promotion being handled by Bill Wence Promotions.
>
> Reynolds Robinson is published by Bill Lowery Music. Internationally, they
> are associated with Ray Williams Crumbs Music, Inc., in London.
>
>
> The Side Effects of Dying is being distributed by Select-O-Hits. For more
> information, visit the duo¹s web site at http://www.nderecords.com
- PUNMASTER'S MUSIC WIRE


"LISTENING WITH LEE ZIMMERMAN"

Reynolds Robinson: The Side Effects of Dying
(Southern Tracks)

It’s rare that you find an album where one of the participants had a near-death experience and actually lived to sing about it. But that’s the case here with this Southern duo, Reynolds Robinson, AKA singer/songwriters Pam Reynolds and Rob Robinson.

It was Reynolds who apparently won headlines and perplexed doctors after being declared clinically dead from a brain aneurysm, and while the reflective title track and the tension-driven “Coming Back To Life” recount that episode, it’s merely a passing thought in an album that’s full of commentary, whimsical and otherwise. “If I Live Through This” might have been a measure of mortality, but, in fact, it’s about meeting a stranger at the State Fair. “Young Avenue” is about coming to grips with new-found independence while “The Crying Fields” muses about forgiveness. These are life issues indeed, but life and death? Not exactly.

While “If I Live Through This” starts things off on a Southern spin that reflects their roots, Reynolds Robinson isn’t exactly the breezy country combo the cover photo seems to suggest. Most of the tracks rock mightily, particularly the aforementioned “Young Avenue,” “What are We Waiting For,” “Brand New Kind of Love” and “Dragon (Irving’s Theme).” Their sound suggests a cross between Bob Seger and The Allman Brothers, a regal, resolute sound that’s compelling throughout. If facing one’s mortality makes one more inspired, Reynolds Robinson has indeed reaped those rewards. The Side Effects of Dying shows there are ample benefits after all.

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Discography

The Side Effects Of Dying is the first release for Reynolds Robinson

Pam Reynolds:
Atlanta Rhythmn Section Partly Plugged
Lionel Richie Sail On, Easy, All Night Long
Alan Parsons I Robot
Ambrosia The Best of Ambrosia

Rob Robinson:
Whirlybird Black Eye
Fearless Freap Alchemy, Beanbag, Sucking The Existence

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Bio

REYNOLDS ROBINSON

With roots that stretch from the Mississippi Delta
to Carnegie Hall, the Reynolds/Robinson duo has created a synthesis of sound as true as the beating of your own heart. The lyrics and melodies of this newest CD combine to make well-crafted and authentic songs that are ethereal yet earthy.

Since 1991, the name Pam Reynolds has been synonymous with consciousness research. Her benchmark Clinical Death Experience case has rattled the foundations of science worldwide. Television, print media, and radio both here and abroad, have detailed Pam Reynolds and her groundbreaking brain-aneurysm case. Top scientists have written about it in medical journals and popular magazines throughout the world. While the major network news-information shows in the United States as well as documentaries produced by the BBC in England regarding this case have furthered the interest/research in this important study.

Before her clinical death experience, Pam Reynolds was a child prodigy on violin and piano. She is a classically trained virtuoso, songwriter and orchestrator with a lifetime of music business experience.

Rob Robinson is a Nashville studio geek and Rock & Roll road kill. Rob formed two of Nashvilles most popular rock bands, Whirlybird and Fearless Freap. The bands played hundreds of shows and combined released 4 CDs. Fearless Freap was named one of Nashville’s Best Rock Bands by the Nashville Banner and was featured on the Best Of Nashville Compilation (EMI). Whirlybirds CD Black Eye charted at College and Modern Adult Contemporary Radio, won a couple of music society awards and was a critical success. Whirlybird toured from Boston to L.A. until the spring of 2003. Rob has also produced demos, CDs for other artists and commercial music including national jingles for Ford Motor Company. Now, Pam Reynolds and Rob Robinson have released a new CD entitled If I Live Through This. This collaboration offers a rare insight into both of these unique talents.

Reynolds Robinson is published by Bill Lowery Music U.S.A. and Ray Williams Crumbs Music, Inc., UK. Jay Poynor, The Poynor Group, N.Y., N.Y., is publicist.