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Twelve Faces of Love

Twelve Faces of Love

Russian-born composer and singer Yulya Zapolskaya (Julie Whitney in private life) immigrated to the United States in 1953 with her American husband, former diplomat and writer Thomas P. Whitney. Teaching herself the American idiom, she eventually composed more than 60 songs in English before her untimely death in 1965. For this recording, she selected ten of her songs, one song written by her husband, and one song by New York Times writer Harrison Salisbury to present a dozen different views of love. The liner notes are written by Thomas Whitney.

Track Listing

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101
To Part Means Yulya 3:55
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102
I Need Someone to Love Me Right Now Yulya 2:45
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103
Tango Exotique Yulya 2:18
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104
Sorry Yulya 2:29
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105
Mama, My Mama Yulya 2:37
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106
Hush, My Honey Yulya 2:29
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201
There's Wind on the Windowpane Yulya 2:37
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202
Love is a Daydream Yulya 3:05
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203
A Few Golden Months Yulya 2:28
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204
Avenue of Love Yulya 3:17
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205
I Fell in Love with Someone's Eyes Yulya 2:44
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206
Adieu, Many Thanks Yulya 2:35
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