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Simple Things


Download links and information about Simple Things by Jim Brickman. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to New Age, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 44:54 minutes.

Artist: Jim Brickman
Release date: 2001
Genre: New Age, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 44:54
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No. Title Length
1. The Promise 2:52
2. Simple Things 3:30
3. Catching Twilight 3:30
4. Night Rain 3:34
5. Another Tuesday Morning 3:24
6. Gate 41 2:57
7. Waiting for You 3:16
8. Journey 3:02
9. Devotion 3:37
10. One and Only 3:14
11. Serenade 3:32
12. A Mother's Day 3:54
13. It Must Be You 4:32



Fans of Jim Brickman usually love him for what he does best, simple, lush, romantic solo piano music. Recent recordings like Visions of Love and Gift have attempted to add layers to that base by adding orchestration or soaring vocals to the mix, but such things can muddle the purity of the music. Simple Things marks the return to Brickman's foundation — beautiful, gentile songs with only minimum accompaniment, featuring ten instrumentals followed by three ballads, including the adult contemporary styled title track (sung by Rebecca Lynn Howard). With the exception of the title track, which earns its way onto the album, the vocal tracks seem a bit tacked on, but the first portion of the album is first-rate solo piano music, and Simple Things will likely reinforce Brickman's solid place in the hearts of fans of new age music.