Kasumi Uraguchi | LUNA

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LUNA

by Kasumi Uraguchi

J-Pop and instrumental Songs of LOVE
Genre: Pop: Japanese Pop
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1. Let's go faraway
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1:02 album only
2. The moon lighted up the way
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3:25 album only
3. Island
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3:39 album only
4. Island(vocal version)
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3:50 album only
5. Skygazer
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
October 21th, 2009

"Luna" is Kasumi Uraguchi's debut album as a solo female trumpeter. This recording demonstrates Kasumi's virtuosity in a number of exciting instrumental music. Within this album, one can find many feelings embedded in the sounds that make up these tracks. Loneliness, the physical beauty of the moon, and the need to escape are some of the expressions explored on this recording.


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J.J

5 Stars!
This CD is pretty good! Although the record is not very long(only about 5 songs), each song is original and unique. I seriously recommend this record to anybody who has any interest in J-pop music that's a little more personal to the artist.

5 Stars!!

Dela Me

I love it!
This album is a truly beautiful collection of song.
Good job Kasumi!!!!

Yas

Good Music.
Solid Album, defintely worth your money. I particularly liked the island(no vocal) piece...her trumpet sound is SO GOOD!