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U-topia

Label: Backstreet
Released: 2001
Track listing: Lucky to Be Me; E Preciso Perdoar; Overjoyed; It's Not too Soon; Goodbye Porkpie Hat; Home at Last; Autumn Leaves; Coffee Song; I Mean You; Lover Come Back; Retrato Em Branco e Preto; It's all Right with Me; Up from the Skies; Superstar; Ornithology; I'm Getting Sentimental over You

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Pam Bricker/Wayne Wilentz/Jim West: U-topia

Read "U-topia" reviewed by Dave Nathan

A transplanted Massachusetts native, Pam Bricker has been performing in the Washington, D. C. area since 1981 making a name for herself in the Nation's capitol. In addition to a solo act, she was also part of the well-known vocal group, Mad Romance. Along the way, Bricker shared the stage with such jazz luminaries as Louis ...


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