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Julia Fordham - DJ Copy Album
Electronic / Jazz / Soul / Pop
Performer: Julia Fordham
Title: DJ Copy
Style: Smooth Jazz, Rhythm & Blues
Year 1994
Country Japan
Label Virgin, Circa
Catalog Number PCD-0477
Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Soul / Pop
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 342
MP3 size: 1791 mb
FLAC size: 1106 mb
WMA size: 2721 mb
Record From: CD, Promo, Compilation

Julia Fordham - DJ Copy Album

Tracklist

1The Comfort Of Strangers4:23
2Love Moves In Mysterious Ways (Edit)4:33
3Melt5:40
4Lock And Key4:36
5Manhattan Skyline4:02
6Talk Walk Drive4:12
7I Can't Help Myself (Single Edit)3:49
8Loving You2:53
9Happy Ever After3:42
10I Can't Help Myself (Unplugged Version)3:24
11Porcelain5:37
12I Thought It Was You (1991 Single Version)4:03

Notes

J-card case
Insert: track list, short liner notes, biography, pictured album discography

MADE IN JAPAN BY TOSHIBA-EMI LTD. ℗1994 [sleeve]
MFD. BY TOSHIBA-EMI LTD. IN JAPAN ℗1994 [disc face]

Logos:
Virgin ‎– disc face, insert inside, insert back flap
Circa ‎– insert inside, insert back flap
Toshiba EMI ‎– insert inside
Toshiba EMI Limited ‎– insert back flap

Notes by submitter:
Tracks appear to be flat transfers from original masters/releases, so the new tracks (1 & 2) are markedly louder than the rest.
1. "I Can't Help Myself (Unplugged Version)" – exclusive to this release
2. "I Can't Help Myself (Single Edit)" – same as 'Original Edit'
6. "Porcelain" – first breath sound deleted
7. "Manhattan Skyline" (4:02) – not the same as the 4:07 edit on most (UK/Europe) commercial releases
8. "Melt" – contains complete intro
10. listed as "I Thought It Was You (Piano Version)" – not 'Piano Version' (aka 'New Piano/Vocal Mix' or 'Exclusive New Mix') but the unnamed edit (of the "Swept" album version) on the 1991 singles, named '1991 Single Version' on the 2013 "Swept" reissue.
12. "Love Moves In Mysterious Ways (Edit)" (4:33) – same as full length version (4:35) except the first percussion beat is deleted

Barcodes

  • Other (On disc face, under main Category): PCD-0477(CD)
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Matrix / Runout (In reverse): PCD-0477 1A1 TO

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd

Album

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