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Sony Holland: On A San Francisco High

Label: Van Ness Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: On Chestnut Street, My Man And I, The Liberal Ladies Of San Mateo, On A San Francisco High, In Marin, Lovely To Be Lonely, To Better Days, Whirlwind Romance, The Trouble Is, That's New, Somewhere Near St. Louis

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Sony Holland: On A San Francisco High

Read "Sony Holland: On A San Francisco High" reviewed by Craig W. Hurst

On A San Francisco High Sony Holland Van Ness Records 2004 Although this listener has left his heart in San Francisco more than once or twice, Sony Holland's newest release On A San Francisco High certainly provides the romantic impetus to again return. Songs on her CD offer a virtual ...


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