Tatsu | Motherhood

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Motherhood

by Tatsu

Beautiful Relaxing Cinematic Soundtrack with Piano, Strings, Angelic Voices, Violin and much more. Including 4 tracks composed for films.
Genre: Easy Listening: Background Music
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1. Prologue
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2. Motherhood
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4:31 album only
3. Lullaby
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3:43 album only
4. Venice Beach Babe
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3:40 album only
5. Party Girl
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3:41 album only
6. The Story Goes...
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4:20 album only
7. I Will Find You
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2:55 album only
8. Bond
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4:23 album only
9. Breathing (Film Mix)
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3:24 album only
10. The Day 650 P.m. (Film Mix)
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3:13 album only
11. Chasing
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4:35 album only
12. Last Scene (Film Orchestra Mix)
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13. Motherhood (Film Orchestra Mix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Tatsu is a composer/pianist based in Los Angeles, California. He was nominated by 2007 Los Angeles Music Awards (1st track "Always There" in his previous ALBUM "Always There"). He mainly composes music for films and TV programs.
In 2007, Tatsu scored two films. One is the short film "Counting The Days" (American Film Institute, Directed by James Notari)and the othe one is the feature film, "The Ode" (Kiran Entertainment, Directed by Nilanjan Neil Lahiri).
In November 2007, "Always There" was nominated by Los Angeles Music Awards.
Most of tracks from Album "Always There" have been used for the documentary program on KSCI-CH18 JATV. Tatsu sometimes plays the piano at cafe and restaurants in LA area.


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