Deborah Thurlow | Collage

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by Deborah Thurlow

Collage offers the best of everything in a's's's popular and sultry. The songs will make you dance, cuddle and fall in love again.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Open (feat. Loren Daniels, Brian Princing, Alex Gressel & Andrea Valentini)
3:12 album only
2. New York City Blues (feat. Vincent Downes)
3:01 album only
3. Every Morning (feat. Loren Daniels, Alex Gressel & Andrea Valentini)
3:23 album only
4. I Have Stood the Test of Time (feat. Russell Daisey)
3:20 album only
5. Swayin' and Movin' (feat. Reggie Pittman, Loren Daniels, Alex Gressel & Andrea Valentini)
3:02 album only
6. Love Me (feat. Russell Daisey)
3:46 album only
7. There Is Something (feat. Vincent Downes)
2:20 album only
8. Home (feat. Loren Daniels, Alex Gressel & Andrea Valentini)
4:28 album only
9. High School Reunions (feat. Loren Daniels, Vincent Downes, Alex Gressel & Andrea Valentini)
3:30 album only
10. Breeze (feat. Leo Johnson, Loren Daniels, Alex Gressel & Andrea Valentini)
3:44 album only
11. Your Eyes (feat. Loren Daniels, Brian Princing, Alex Gressel & Andrea Valentini)
3:37 album only
12. This Is My Spotlight (feat. Alex Gressel, Andrea Valentini, Peter Tamburro, Ardie Walser, Russell Daisey & Brian Princing)
4:16 album only
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Album Notes
Most of us are aware of some of the reasons that people are attracted to making music, the varieties and combinations of reasons are sometimes myriad and complex. And then there are those that are simply compelled to make music from something deep inside, those whose love of making music is innate. Such is the case with Deborah Thurlow. Here is an artist who reaches deep to withdraw emotional gems that, like an alchemist, she then translates into beautiful sounds and words that in turn touches our own humanity



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