Hiroshima | Songs With Words

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Songs With Words

by Hiroshima

An updated collection of vocal favorites, on a single disc. Featuring Terry Steele, and Yvette Nii.....vocalists from the 2010 grammy nominated project, "Legacy")
Genre: Urban/R&B: Quiet Storm
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Never, Ever
4:01 album only
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2. Roomful of Mirrors
4:02 album only
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3. The Door Is Open
4:57 album only
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4. One Fine Day
5:53 album only
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5. Da Da
5:43 album only
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6. Long Time Love
4:27 album only
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7. Tabo
4:37 album only
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8. Save Yourself for Me
5:15 album only
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9. Thousand Cranes
4:06 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Over the years, our fans have requested hearing our vocal songs. In the early years, the "albums" were about half vocal / half instrumental. But we thought it was time to re-record these songs "live" in the studio, with our friends, Terry Steele & Yvette Nii. Afterall, Terry and Yvette sang with us on "Legacy" (2010) and we received a grammy nomination for that project. Our friends and fans have told us that over the years, these songs have just as much relevance now, as when these were first heard, some as many as 36 years ago. Maybe it's because these songs tell stories we can relate to, or perhaps they just bring you back to a certain time and place. But whether you're hearing these songs for the first time, or countless times, they are pure Hiroshima in spirit and soul.

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