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Download links and information about Valentine by Jim Brickman. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to New Age, Electronica, Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 46:02 minutes.

Artist: Jim Brickman
Release date: 2002
Genre: New Age, Electronica, Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 46:02
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No. Title Length
1. Valentine (Instrumental) 3:15
2. To Hear You Say You Love Me (With Jake Simpson) 4:08
3. Escape 3:31
4. Sundown 4:05
5. Reflection 4:19
6. You (With Tara MacLean) 4:10
7. Open 4:32
8. Brazil Sunset 3:10
9. Sacred Moment (after J.S. Bach) 3:23
10. Love of My Life (With Tom Douglas) 4:05
11. Never Alone (feat. Lady Antebellum) [Bonus Track] 3:41
12. Destiny (feat. Jaci Valesquez) [Bonus Track] 3:43



Released ten days before Valentine's Day 2002, Jim Brickman's Valentine is a collection containing re-recordings of some of his more popular tracks with an eye toward serving as a romantic background to those celebrating the holiday. It is a mixture of solo piano performances like "Sundown" and "Reflection" with tracks in a contemporary jazz vein ("Valentine") and adult contemporary vocal songs ("To Hear You Say You Love Me," "You," "Love of My Life") by guest vocalists including Martina McBride. Old fans can skip this set of retreads, but casual fans may find it serves its purpose well.