Errol Michael Phillips | Happy Times

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Happy Times

by Errol Michael Phillips

This album is about Fun, Frolic, Good Times and Christmas.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Morning Shift
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2. New Song, New Day
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3. Brazilian Water Chorus
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4. The Holiday Parade
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5. Naughty Pinky
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6. Babaschutska Vodka in E-Minor
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7. Anansi's Court
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8. The Augustine Thief
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9. Linda Puerto Rican
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10. En Bas Pons Marabella
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2:09 $0.99
11. Happy Times
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3:18 $0.99
12. Nice to See You
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13. Superasha
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14. A Day of Rest
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15. Su Su Berger
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16. Chantons Les Louanges
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17. Chantons Noel
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18. Marionette
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The tracks on this album are attractive to fans of Contemporary Classical, New age/Ambient, Folk, Alternative Rock and Contemporary Jazz. It begins with "Morning Shift", which acknowledges that work precedes all play, then moves on to songs of merriment such as "Happy Times", "Babaschutska Vodka in E-minor" and "Naughty Pinky". It should be said that the word "Pinky" refers to two parts of a woman's anatomy. One is the little finger. It even cautions that while we are having fun, there are those among us who are likely to spoil the party. "The Augustine Thief" is one of those. Towards the end, we go to 18th. century France to celebrate Christmas with songs like "Su Su Berger", "Chantons les Louanges" and "Chantons Noel". Finally, we retire with the lullaby "Marionette". Happy listening!!!


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