Seven Years (2002)
Seven Years was released seven years after Pamela’s first solo CD, named both for that fact, and for the title song, a traditional ballad. The album features two traditional songs and original material described as a “fascinating life’s study by a powerful, spiritual singer” by Billboard Magazine.
The album features songs of love and loss, hope and despair. There is a poignant ballad about a friend with alzheimer's disease, a song in French featuring a Greek bouzouki virtuoso, a foray into the world of jazz. Morgan is spreading her wings, testing her boundaries, stretching out from the traditional world while still remaining true to it. "Ye Rambling Boys" is a classic, and Pamela's arrangement of "Seven Years" has been covered by countless young musicians, another testament to the incredible influence Morgan continues to have on a generation who follows.