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Michael Torke - Blue Pacific album mp3

Performer: Michael Torke
Title: Blue Pacific
Released: 2007
Style: Contemporary
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 512

Michael Torke: Blue Pacific. CD: 1 Track: 1 Length: 7:26.

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The Black Pacific is the debut album by the American punk rock band of the same name, which was released on September 14, 2010. Jim Lindberg - Vocals, guitar. Davey Latter - Bass guitar, backing vocals. Alan Vega - Drums, percussion. Brent Broza - Photography. Shaun Lopez - Producer, engineer, mixing.

Blue Pacific is a jazz related pop/art song/folk music album recording by MICHAEL FRANKS released in 1990 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Reprise Records – 7599-26183-1 (US). Thanks to snobb for the updates. Blue Pacific Warner Off Roster 1990. Blue Pacific by Michael Franks (CD, Jun-1990, Reprise)Disc Only 38-121.

Studio album by Michael Franks. The album marked three notable returns for Franks. The first was a return to the Reprise Label he'd released The Art of Tea with in 1976, fourteen years prior. Tommy LiPuma also returned as producer after a ten-year absence, the last album they worked on being One Bad Habit in 1980. The album was co-produced by Steely Dan's Walter Becker Track listing.

Michael Torke: Concerto for Orchestra. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).


1 Blue Pacific 7:27

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  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Michael Torke
  • Copyright (c) – Michael Torke


  • Art Direction – Sooja Lee
  • Commissioned By – The Stecher And Horowitz Foundation
  • Composed By – Michael Torke
  • Piano – Hana Chu
  • Producer – David Frost


"Blue Pacific" was written on a cliff side overlooking the sparkling Pacific Ocean in southern Mexico. The sun shines without fail, the temperature rarely strays from the mid-80s, and an ever-present breeze blows off the water. Reminiscent of this setting, a song-like melody develops through a series of keys, reaching its full height near the end. Originally called "Bays Of Huatulco", it was commissioned by the Stecher and Horowitz Foundation for their Third New York Piano Competition in 2006.

Issued in a standard Digipak case with a clear disc tray.
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