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Flame Of Wishing Star

by Okaru Hoshino- Lovelace

Okaru delivers a sincere heartfelt song with a message on this original two cut Cd. Vocal is very beautiful on both song, Flame of wishing Star is beautiful ballad, Hoshino Samba is swinging makes listeners dance. Enjoy Okaru`s wide range Voice.
Genre: Easy Listening: Torch Songs
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Flame of Wishing Star with Vocal
Okaru Hoshino Lovelace
7:11 $0.99
2. Hoshino samba with Vocal
Okaru Hoshino Lovelace
3:14 $0.99
3. Flame Of Wishing Star sound track
Okaru Hoshino Lovelace
7:11 $0.99
4. Hoshino Samba sound track
Okaru Hoshino Lovelace
3:14 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Okaru delivers a sincere heart felt song with a message on her debut original two cut Cd . Okaru explains, ``If on this planet each one of us can wish or pray into the eternal flame in your heart, the stars may make our wishes come true for a peace ful world.``
Second cut ``Hoshino samba``This unique twist a brazilian beat flowing rhythmically in Japanese.This upbeat crisp samba allows Okaru to stretch out and have some fun with her wide vocal range. The trio is really swinging and listneres may want to dance on this sparkling tune. Hoshi means ``star``in japanese, an important element existing in both songs drawing on stars magical power.
Amsterdam News~Jazz columnist Ron Scott



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