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Album

Time After Time

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012
Track listing: Cheek to Cheek; On Green Dolphin Street; Bye Bye Blackbird; Imagine; Nada Sou Sou; Satin Doll; Time After Time; Imagination; Sing Sing Sing--It Don't Mean A Thing; Caravan; Body and Soul; I Feel Nothing; You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To; Something.

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Article: Album Review

Yuka Mito: Time After Time

Read "Time After Time" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Time After Time, Yuka Mito's second solo album, shines new light on oft-recorded songs from The Great American Songbook, adding three pop tunes and one original for a tasteful project from a Japanese vocalist with a love for jazz. Now based in New York, Mito divides her performance time between the Tokyo and New York jazz ...

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Video

Time After Time

Featuring the music of Tuck & Patti
Duration: 3:24

The duo of Tuck & Patti performing their version of a tune made famous by Cyndi Lauper.
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Video

Time After Time

Featuring the music of Chet Baker
Duration: 6:41

Chet Baker sings and plays "Time After Time". He is accompanied by Rene Urtreger on piano in this 1964 performance.
Album

Time After Time

Label: Original Jazz Classics
Released: 2001

Album

Time After Time

Label: Didgeridoo Records
Released: 2000

Album

Time After Time

Label: Sony Records
Released: 1993

Album

Time After Time

Label: Pacific Jazz Records
Released: 1989

Album

Time After Time

Label: Canyon International
Released: 1988

Album

Time After Time

Label: Point Music
Released: 1984


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