Man Alone - Ithamara Koorax - Love Dance (CD, Album)

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  1. Serenade In Blue by Ithamara Koorax - CD () for $ from stanonreloudvisecocefunyltpatti.coinfo Jazz Fantasy Warehouse Clearance Sale Series JazzTimes: ' Her bright, strong voice holds its own against the synthesized strings and thunping electronic rhythms ' - Order by Phone /5(8).
  2. May 20,  · cd: LOVE DANCE Jazz Station Records () This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue.
  3. 40 tracks including cuts from Dan Hartman, Herbie Hantool, Shakatak, Earth Wind & Fire, Man Parrish, Voyage, Gloria Gaynor, S'Express and many others. four CD collection of classic twelve inch mixes of '70s, '80s and '90s tunes compiled by Ben Liebrand.
  4. Ithamara Koorax - Love Dance The Ballad Album. 05 Man stanonreloudvisecocefunyltpatti.coinfo3 MB; 03 Love stanonreloudvisecocefunyltpatti.coinfo3 MB; 11 Absolute stanonreloudvisecocefunyltpatti.coinfo3 MB; Audio Create Time: Files: 12 Total size: MB Seeders: 0 Leechers: 0.
  5. Love Dance Arranged By – José Roberto Bertrami Backing Band – Azymuth Composed By – Gilson Peranzzetta, Ivan Lins, Paul Williams (2) Drums – Ivan Conti Electric Bass – Alex Malheiros Electric Piano – José Roberto Bertrami Percussion – Sidinho Moreira Vocals – Ithamara Koorax5/5(2).
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  8. Meanwhile, British fusion heavyweight John McLaughlin plays electric guitar on Bonf 's "Man Alone," and his encounter with Koorax is historic because he had never backed a vocalist before. Some people will complain about the absence of uptempo performances, but then, Love Dance is exactly what it's meant to be: a torch song/mood music stanonreloudvisecocefunyltpatti.coinfo: Jazz Station Records.
  9. A stone smoker from tenorist Seiichi Nakamura – thanks partly to some great trombone from Shigeharu Mukai! Shige's one of our favorite Japanese trombonists from the 70s, and he really gives this session a deep degree of soul – working strongly in the frontline with Seiichi, and getting tight rhythm support from Hiroshi Tamura on piano, Isoo Fukui on bass, and Takuji Kusumoto on drums!

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