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1. Yoake No Scat (Melody for a New Dawn)

Yoake No Scat (Melody for a New Dawn)

1. Yuuzuki (Evening Moon) 2. Mayonaka no Bossa Nova (Midnight Bossa Nova) 3. Du soleil plein les yeux (Eyes Full Of Sun) 4. Puff, The Magic Dragon 5. Ii janaino Shiawase naraba (It’s Okay If I’m Happy) 6. Blue Light Yokohama 7. Yoake no Scat (Melody For A New Dawn) 8. Mas Que Nada 9. Is That All There Is? 10. Watashi mo Anata to Naite Ii? (Consolation) 11. Wasuretainoni (I Want To Forget You, But…) 12. Kisetsu no Ashioto (Footsteps Of The Seasons) Widely considered to be the “Barbara Streisand of Japan”, Saori Yuki released her debut album in Japan in 1969 and has gone on to make over 30 albums in her 42 year-career. Yuki discovered Pink Martini after the band covered her song “Taya Tan” for their 2007 album Hey Eugene! Most recently, Yuki sang a verse of “White Christmas” in Japanese for the band’s hit 2010 holiday album Joy To The World. In honor of the year of her debut release, Saori Yuki partnered with Pink Martini and producer Thomas M. Lauderdale to create a loving tribute to the music released in 1969. Featuring Japanese pop hits alongside internationally recognized tunes like Jorge Ben’s “Mas que nada” and “Puff the Magic Dragon”, “1969″ is a brilliant collaboration, with Thomas M. Lauderdale’s magical arrangements, Pink Martini’s stellar musicianship, and Saori Yuki’s soaring vocals.

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2. Wasuretainoni

Wasuretainoni

1. Yuuzuki (Evening Moon) 2. Mayonaka no Bossa Nova (Midnight Bossa Nova) 3. Du soleil plein les yeux (Eyes Full Of Sun) 4. Puff, The Magic Dragon 5. Ii janaino Shiawase naraba (It’s Okay If I’m Happy) 6. Blue Light Yokohama 7. Yoake no Scat (Melody For A New Dawn) 8. Mas Que Nada 9. Is That All There Is? 10. Watashi mo Anata to Naite Ii? (Consolation) 11. Wasuretainoni (I Want To Forget You, But…) 12. Kisetsu no Ashioto (Footsteps Of The Seasons) Widely considered to be the “Barbara Streisand of Japan”, Saori Yuki released her debut album in Japan in 1969 and has gone on to make over 30 albums in her 42 year-career. Yuki discovered Pink Martini after the band covered her song “Taya Tan” for their 2007 album Hey Eugene! Most recently, Yuki sang a verse of “White Christmas” in Japanese for the band’s hit 2010 holiday album Joy To The World. In honor of the year of her debut release, Saori Yuki partnered with Pink Martini and producer Thomas M. Lauderdale to create a loving tribute to the music released in 1969. Featuring Japanese pop hits alongside internationally recognized tunes like Jorge Ben’s “Mas que nada” and “Puff the Magic Dragon”, “1969″ is a brilliant collaboration, with Thomas M. Lauderdale’s magical arrangements, Pink Martini’s stellar musicianship, and Saori Yuki’s soaring vocals.

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3. Il Janaino Shiawase Naraba

Il Janaino Shiawase Naraba

1. Yuuzuki (Evening Moon) 2. Mayonaka no Bossa Nova (Midnight Bossa Nova) 3. Du soleil plein les yeux (Eyes Full Of Sun) 4. Puff, The Magic Dragon 5. Ii janaino Shiawase naraba (It’s Okay If I’m Happy) 6. Blue Light Yokohama 7. Yoake no Scat (Melody For A New Dawn) 8. Mas Que Nada 9. Is That All There Is? 10. Watashi mo Anata to Naite Ii? (Consolation) 11. Wasuretainoni (I Want To Forget You, But…) 12. Kisetsu no Ashioto (Footsteps Of The Seasons) Widely considered to be the “Barbara Streisand of Japan”, Saori Yuki released her debut album in Japan in 1969 and has gone on to make over 30 albums in her 42 year-career. Yuki discovered Pink Martini after the band covered her song “Taya Tan” for their 2007 album Hey Eugene! Most recently, Yuki sang a verse of “White Christmas” in Japanese for the band’s hit 2010 holiday album Joy To The World. In honor of the year of her debut release, Saori Yuki partnered with Pink Martini and producer Thomas M. Lauderdale to create a loving tribute to the music released in 1969. Featuring Japanese pop hits alongside internationally recognized tunes like Jorge Ben’s “Mas que nada” and “Puff the Magic Dragon”, “1969″ is a brilliant collaboration, with Thomas M. Lauderdale’s magical arrangements, Pink Martini’s stellar musicianship, and Saori Yuki’s soaring vocals.

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4. Kisetso No Ashiota

Kisetso No Ashiota

1. Yuuzuki (Evening Moon) 2. Mayonaka no Bossa Nova (Midnight Bossa Nova) 3. Du soleil plein les yeux (Eyes Full Of Sun) 4. Puff, The Magic Dragon 5. Ii janaino Shiawase naraba (It’s Okay If I’m Happy) 6. Blue Light Yokohama 7. Yoake no Scat (Melody For A New Dawn) 8. Mas Que Nada 9. Is That All There Is? 10. Watashi mo Anata to Naite Ii? (Consolation) 11. Wasuretainoni (I Want To Forget You, But…) 12. Kisetsu no Ashioto (Footsteps Of The Seasons) Widely considered to be the “Barbara Streisand of Japan”, Saori Yuki released her debut album in Japan in 1969 and has gone on to make over 30 albums in her 42 year-career. Yuki discovered Pink Martini after the band covered her song “Taya Tan” for their 2007 album Hey Eugene! Most recently, Yuki sang a verse of “White Christmas” in Japanese for the band’s hit 2010 holiday album Joy To The World. In honor of the year of her debut release, Saori Yuki partnered with Pink Martini and producer Thomas M. Lauderdale to create a loving tribute to the music released in 1969. Featuring Japanese pop hits alongside internationally recognized tunes like Jorge Ben’s “Mas que nada” and “Puff the Magic Dragon”, “1969″ is a brilliant collaboration, with Thomas M. Lauderdale’s magical arrangements, Pink Martini’s stellar musicianship, and Saori Yuki’s soaring vocals.

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5. Mas Que Nada

Mas Que Nada

1. Yuuzuki (Evening Moon) 2. Mayonaka no Bossa Nova (Midnight Bossa Nova) 3. Du soleil plein les yeux (Eyes Full Of Sun) 4. Puff, The Magic Dragon 5. Ii janaino Shiawase naraba (It’s Okay If I’m Happy) 6. Blue Light Yokohama 7. Yoake no Scat (Melody For A New Dawn) 8. Mas Que Nada 9. Is That All There Is? 10. Watashi mo Anata to Naite Ii? (Consolation) 11. Wasuretainoni (I Want To Forget You, But…) 12. Kisetsu no Ashioto (Footsteps Of The Seasons) Widely considered to be the “Barbara Streisand of Japan”, Saori Yuki released her debut album in Japan in 1969 and has gone on to make over 30 albums in her 42 year-career. Yuki discovered Pink Martini after the band covered her song “Taya Tan” for their 2007 album Hey Eugene! Most recently, Yuki sang a verse of “White Christmas” in Japanese for the band’s hit 2010 holiday album Joy To The World. In honor of the year of her debut release, Saori Yuki partnered with Pink Martini and producer Thomas M. Lauderdale to create a loving tribute to the music released in 1969. Featuring Japanese pop hits alongside internationally recognized tunes like Jorge Ben’s “Mas que nada” and “Puff the Magic Dragon”, “1969″ is a brilliant collaboration, with Thomas M. Lauderdale’s magical arrangements, Pink Martini’s stellar musicianship, and Saori Yuki’s soaring vocals.

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6. Yuuzuki

Yuuzuki

1. Yuuzuki (Evening Moon) 2. Mayonaka no Bossa Nova (Midnight Bossa Nova) 3. Du soleil plein les yeux (Eyes Full Of Sun) 4. Puff, The Magic Dragon 5. Ii janaino Shiawase naraba (It’s Okay If I’m Happy) 6. Blue Light Yokohama 7. Yoake no Scat (Melody For A New Dawn) 8. Mas Que Nada 9. Is That All There Is? 10. Watashi mo Anata to Naite Ii? (Consolation) 11. Wasuretainoni (I Want To Forget You, But…) 12. Kisetsu no Ashioto (Footsteps Of The Seasons) Widely considered to be the “Barbara Streisand of Japan”, Saori Yuki released her debut album in Japan in 1969 and has gone on to make over 30 albums in her 42 year-career. Yuki discovered Pink Martini after the band covered her song “Taya Tan” for their 2007 album Hey Eugene! Most recently, Yuki sang a verse of “White Christmas” in Japanese for the band’s hit 2010 holiday album Joy To The World. In honor of the year of her debut release, Saori Yuki partnered with Pink Martini and producer Thomas M. Lauderdale to create a loving tribute to the music released in 1969. Featuring Japanese pop hits alongside internationally recognized tunes like Jorge Ben’s “Mas que nada” and “Puff the Magic Dragon”, “1969″ is a brilliant collaboration, with Thomas M. Lauderdale’s magical arrangements, Pink Martini’s stellar musicianship, and Saori Yuki’s soaring vocals.

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7. Blue Light Yokohama

Blue Light Yokohama

1. Yuuzuki (Evening Moon) 2. Mayonaka no Bossa Nova (Midnight Bossa Nova) 3. Du soleil plein les yeux (Eyes Full Of Sun) 4. Puff, The Magic Dragon 5. Ii janaino Shiawase naraba (It’s Okay If I’m Happy) 6. Blue Light Yokohama 7. Yoake no Scat (Melody For A New Dawn) 8. Mas Que Nada 9. Is That All There Is? 10. Watashi mo Anata to Naite Ii? (Consolation) 11. Wasuretainoni (I Want To Forget You, But…) 12. Kisetsu no Ashioto (Footsteps Of The Seasons) Widely considered to be the “Barbara Streisand of Japan”, Saori Yuki released her debut album in Japan in 1969 and has gone on to make over 30 albums in her 42 year-career. Yuki discovered Pink Martini after the band covered her song “Taya Tan” for their 2007 album Hey Eugene! Most recently, Yuki sang a verse of “White Christmas” in Japanese for the band’s hit 2010 holiday album Joy To The World. In honor of the year of her debut release, Saori Yuki partnered with Pink Martini and producer Thomas M. Lauderdale to create a loving tribute to the music released in 1969. Featuring Japanese pop hits alongside internationally recognized tunes like Jorge Ben’s “Mas que nada” and “Puff the Magic Dragon”, “1969″ is a brilliant collaboration, with Thomas M. Lauderdale’s magical arrangements, Pink Martini’s stellar musicianship, and Saori Yuki’s soaring vocals.

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8. Midnight Bossa Nova

Midnight Bossa Nova

1. Yuuzuki (Evening Moon) 2. Mayonaka no Bossa Nova (Midnight Bossa Nova) 3. Du soleil plein les yeux (Eyes Full Of Sun) 4. Puff, The Magic Dragon 5. Ii janaino Shiawase naraba (It’s Okay If I’m Happy) 6. Blue Light Yokohama 7. Yoake no Scat (Melody For A New Dawn) 8. Mas Que Nada 9. Is That All There Is? 10. Watashi mo Anata to Naite Ii? (Consolation) 11. Wasuretainoni (I Want To Forget You, But…) 12. Kisetsu no Ashioto (Footsteps Of The Seasons) Widely considered to be the “Barbara Streisand of Japan”, Saori Yuki released her debut album in Japan in 1969 and has gone on to make over 30 albums in her 42 year-career. Yuki discovered Pink Martini after the band covered her song “Taya Tan” for their 2007 album Hey Eugene! Most recently, Yuki sang a verse of “White Christmas” in Japanese for the band’s hit 2010 holiday album Joy To The World. In honor of the year of her debut release, Saori Yuki partnered with Pink Martini and producer Thomas M. Lauderdale to create a loving tribute to the music released in 1969. Featuring Japanese pop hits alongside internationally recognized tunes like Jorge Ben’s “Mas que nada” and “Puff the Magic Dragon”, “1969″ is a brilliant collaboration, with Thomas M. Lauderdale’s magical arrangements, Pink Martini’s stellar musicianship, and Saori Yuki’s soaring vocals.

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9. Puff The Magic Dragon

Puff The Magic Dragon

1. Yuuzuki (Evening Moon) 2. Mayonaka no Bossa Nova (Midnight Bossa Nova) 3. Du soleil plein les yeux (Eyes Full Of Sun) 4. Puff, The Magic Dragon 5. Ii janaino Shiawase naraba (It’s Okay If I’m Happy) 6. Blue Light Yokohama 7. Yoake no Scat (Melody For A New Dawn) 8. Mas Que Nada 9. Is That All There Is? 10. Watashi mo Anata to Naite Ii? (Consolation) 11. Wasuretainoni (I Want To Forget You, But…) 12. Kisetsu no Ashioto (Footsteps Of The Seasons) Widely considered to be the “Barbara Streisand of Japan”, Saori Yuki released her debut album in Japan in 1969 and has gone on to make over 30 albums in her 42 year-career. Yuki discovered Pink Martini after the band covered her song “Taya Tan” for their 2007 album Hey Eugene! Most recently, Yuki sang a verse of “White Christmas” in Japanese for the band’s hit 2010 holiday album Joy To The World. In honor of the year of her debut release, Saori Yuki partnered with Pink Martini and producer Thomas M. Lauderdale to create a loving tribute to the music released in 1969. Featuring Japanese pop hits alongside internationally recognized tunes like Jorge Ben’s “Mas que nada” and “Puff the Magic Dragon”, “1969″ is a brilliant collaboration, with Thomas M. Lauderdale’s magical arrangements, Pink Martini’s stellar musicianship, and Saori Yuki’s soaring vocals.

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10. Du Soleil Plein Les Yeux

Du Soleil Plein Les Yeux

1. Yuuzuki (Evening Moon) 2. Mayonaka no Bossa Nova (Midnight Bossa Nova) 3. Du soleil plein les yeux (Eyes Full Of Sun) 4. Puff, The Magic Dragon 5. Ii janaino Shiawase naraba (It’s Okay If I’m Happy) 6. Blue Light Yokohama 7. Yoake no Scat (Melody For A New Dawn) 8. Mas Que Nada 9. Is That All There Is? 10. Watashi mo Anata to Naite Ii? (Consolation) 11. Wasuretainoni (I Want To Forget You, But…) 12. Kisetsu no Ashioto (Footsteps Of The Seasons) Widely considered to be the “Barbara Streisand of Japan”, Saori Yuki released her debut album in Japan in 1969 and has gone on to make over 30 albums in her 42 year-career. Yuki discovered Pink Martini after the band covered her song “Taya Tan” for their 2007 album Hey Eugene! Most recently, Yuki sang a verse of “White Christmas” in Japanese for the band’s hit 2010 holiday album Joy To The World. In honor of the year of her debut release, Saori Yuki partnered with Pink Martini and producer Thomas M. Lauderdale to create a loving tribute to the music released in 1969. Featuring Japanese pop hits alongside internationally recognized tunes like Jorge Ben’s “Mas que nada” and “Puff the Magic Dragon”, “1969″ is a brilliant collaboration, with Thomas M. Lauderdale’s magical arrangements, Pink Martini’s stellar musicianship, and Saori Yuki’s soaring vocals.

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11. Is That All There Is

Is That All There Is

1. Yuuzuki (Evening Moon) 2. Mayonaka no Bossa Nova (Midnight Bossa Nova) 3. Du soleil plein les yeux (Eyes Full Of Sun) 4. Puff, The Magic Dragon 5. Ii janaino Shiawase naraba (It’s Okay If I’m Happy) 6. Blue Light Yokohama 7. Yoake no Scat (Melody For A New Dawn) 8. Mas Que Nada 9. Is That All There Is? 10. Watashi mo Anata to Naite Ii? (Consolation) 11. Wasuretainoni (I Want To Forget You, But…) 12. Kisetsu no Ashioto (Footsteps Of The Seasons) Widely considered to be the “Barbara Streisand of Japan”, Saori Yuki released her debut album in Japan in 1969 and has gone on to make over 30 albums in her 42 year-career. Yuki discovered Pink Martini after the band covered her song “Taya Tan” for their 2007 album Hey Eugene! Most recently, Yuki sang a verse of “White Christmas” in Japanese for the band’s hit 2010 holiday album Joy To The World. In honor of the year of her debut release, Saori Yuki partnered with Pink Martini and producer Thomas M. Lauderdale to create a loving tribute to the music released in 1969. Featuring Japanese pop hits alongside internationally recognized tunes like Jorge Ben’s “Mas que nada” and “Puff the Magic Dragon”, “1969″ is a brilliant collaboration, with Thomas M. Lauderdale’s magical arrangements, Pink Martini’s stellar musicianship, and Saori Yuki’s soaring vocals.

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