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An album by Candy Dulfer


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review by . July 03, 2003
posted in Music Matters
Candy Dulfer could have released this album as a single with a couple of songs on the B-side. "Lily Was Here" is the best song on here. The rest of the album is average. Don't get me wrong, I like putting this on every once and awhile as decent background music, but I wouldn't recommend it to any of my friends without first telling them to listen to it at the store first. Candy's style is not to my liking, but my wife love's this album. If for no other reason, buy this album to listen to something …
review by . September 21, 2000
Pros: Lily was Here     Cons: The rest of the CD I am sad to say.     You can be excused for not hearing of Candy Dulfer; after all with a name like Candy, well you know the rest. But be assured she is a serious saxophone player, and oh yes, she very easy on the eyes. Hailing from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Candy is a favorite in Europe where she of course got her start.       Dulfer was bought to the attention of the U.S. audiences by …
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Label: Arista
Artist: Candy Dulfer
Release Date: May 28, 1991

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