Yuriko Kodama & Phillip Strange | Music of the Hours

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Music of the Hours

by Yuriko Kodama & Phillip Strange

Let this prize-winning young vocalist's voice capture your your heart as she leads you on a journey filled with beauty and imagination.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Way You Look Tonight
Yuriko Kodama & Phillip Strange
6:14 $1.50
2. Turning Point
Yuriko Kodama & Phillip Strange
7:05 $1.50
3. All The Things You Are
Yuriko Kodama & Phillip Strange
7:08 $1.50
4. Fly Me To the Moon
Yuriko Kodama & Phillip Strange
7:47 $1.50
5. What Is This Thing Called Love
Yuriko Kodama & Phillip Strange
8:42 $1.50
6. The Peacocks
Yuriko Kodama & Phillip Strange
8:27 $1.50
7. I Concentrate On You
Yuriko Kodama & Phillip Strange
7:17 $1.50
8. Alone Together
Yuriko Kodama & Phillip Strange
8:43 $1.50
9. Portrait of Love
Yuriko Kodama & Phillip Strange
6:24 $1.50
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Album Notes
It is a rare album that slowly becomes part of a listener's daily routine, warming each day through its beauty and presence, an uplifting accompaniment of life. Yet the sheer sensual beauty of Yuriko Kodama's voice and the multi-layered depth of the music leads to repeated listening. As you live with this music new levels of beauty and detail unfold as each song finds its place in the heart.

Yuriko Kodama combines elegant lyricism and sensitivity with saxophone-like improvisation in her amazing new debut CD "Music Of The Hours."



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