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Track Listing
  1. Hush (Somebody's Calling My Name)
  2. Cancion de Cuna (Spanish Cradle Song)
  3. Azuláo (Bluebird)
  4. The Little Horses
  5. Ninghe, Ninghe
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  1. Hush (Somebody's Calling My Name)
  2. Cancion de Cuna (Spanish Cradle Song)
  3. Azuláo (Bluebird)
  4. The Little Horses
  5. Ninghe, Ninghe
  6. Fais Do Do
  7. Angels Watching Over Me (All Night, All Day)
  8. Going Home
  9. Melodia Sentimental (Sentimental Melody)
  10. He's Gone Away
  11. Del Cabello Más Sutil (The Softest Hair)
  12. Para Ninar (Go To Sleep)
  13. So Many Stars
  14. Interlude
  15. Steal Away
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So Many Stars is the kind of album you want to hate. The idea of blending Kathleen Battle's soprano voice with accomplished jazz musicians such as Grover Washington, Jr. and Cyrus Chestnut is the sort of idea that makes most serious music fans cringe. Surprisingly, Battle manages to pull it off. She succeeds because of her subdued approach, which is a bit of a surprise considering that the artist is best known for her raging temper. She takes on several familiar songs such as "Steal Away," "Going Home," and "The Little ...

So Many Stars 1995, Sony Music Distribution

UPC: 074646847329

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