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  1. Fordham pulls down the covers to explore the language of love in its grown-up complexities. Opening with a lightly swinging take on Blondie’s “Call Me,” followed by a nimble bossa-nova bow to Eurythmics’ “Who’s That Girl,” and a quiet remake of her own “Happy Ever After,” Fordham sets the mood of reflection that has become her forte/5(25).
  2. Julia Fordham - Language Of Love music CD Japan album at CD Universe, CD ALBUM, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping. Language Of Love album for sale This is the title of Oksana Herasymenko first CD and on it the talented Ukrainian bandurist-composer featured choice instrumental works of various periods. In the year of
  3. The Language of Love Julia Fordham. out of 5 stars Audio CD. If you don't know Julia Fordham then you are missing out on one of the greatest musical experiences in life. 'Swept' is a good album, but years later I'm drawn back chiefly to the hypnotic title reletebircendtisjasohhendrondestking.coinfoering what it felt like to be swept up in a new romance /5(16).
  4. Nov 23,  · Song Written:Stevie Wonder. From the album"The Language Of Love"() Song Written:Stevie Wonder. From the album"The Language Of Love"() Julia Fordham, "Happy Ever After" on Letterman.
  5. Julia Fordham's New CD Is 'The Language of Love' The British singer-songwriter’s acoustic jazz album, due April 14, reimagines classic hits as standards. According to singer-songwriter Julia Fordham, Ella Fitzgerald set the standard when it comes to tackling standards so she had to turn to other source material for her forthcoming collection.
  6. Fordham pulls down the covers to explore the language of love in its grown-up complexities. Opening with a lightly swinging take on Blondie’s “Call Me,” followed by a nimble bossa-nova bow to Eurythmics’ “Who’s That Girl,” and a quiet remake of her own “Happy Ever After,” Fordham sets the mood of reflection that has become her forte/5(26).
  7. The compilation includes selected singles and album tracks from Fordham's first five studio albums: Julia Fordham (), Porcelain (), Swept (), Falling Forward () and East West (). Three of the album's tracks are reworked versions, including "Where Does the Time Go?
  8. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Julia Fordham - The Language Of Love at Discogs. Complete your Julia Fordham collection.4/5(4).

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