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Spirit of the Season

Spirit of the Season by Hiroshima
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Hiroshima

Label: Heads Up International
Released: 2004
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Track Listing

Spirit of the Season, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Little Drummer Boy, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Listen (To the Falling Snow), White Christmas, I'll Be Home for Christmas, Peace on Earth, Winter Wonderland, Thousand Cranes, Silent Night


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June Kuramoto, koto; Dan Kuramoto, synthesizers, saxophones, flute, shakuhachi; Kimo Cornwell, piano, synthesizers; Danny Yamamoto, drums, taiko, snares; Dean Cortez, bass; Terry Steele, vocals; Richie "Gajate" Garcia, percussion, taiko, snares, congas; Ira Nepus, trombone; Dr. D.H. Johnson, trumpet; Johnny Mori, taiko; Michael Sasaki, guitars; Brian Kessler, guitars on "White Christmas"; 54th Street Choir, vocals on "Thousand Cranes"


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