Label:Metropolitan Recording Corporation Catalog 04465 Format:Vinyl, 12" Country:US Released:1990 Genre:Electronic Style:Freestyle, House Tracklisting.
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Santalum album, or Indian sandalwood, is a small tropical tree, and is the most commonly known source of sandalwood. It is native to Island Southeast Asia. Certain cultures place great significance on its fragrant and medicinal qualities. It is also considered sacred in some religions and is used in different religious traditions. The high value of the species has caused its past exploitation, to the point where the wild population is vulnerable to extinction.
Sandalwood (Santalum album . is a fragrant wood from which oil is derived for use in food and cosmetics. Sandalwood oil is used in the food industry as a flavor ingredient with a daily consumption of . 074 mg/kg. Over 100 constituents have been identified in sandalwood oil with the major constituent being alpha-santalol.
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Sebastián Yatra has revealed exclusively via Billboard today (March 13) that his next album Fantasía is set to be released on April 1. Sebastian Yatra arrives at the Enrique Santos Show at the I Heart Latino Studio on Jan. 17, 2018 in Miami. Colombian singer Sebastián Yatra has revealed exclusively via Billboard today (March 13) that his next album Fantasía is set to be released on April 12. During the past year, the 24-year-old singer has been working hard on his new album, which will mark a new musical path for him. According to the singer, the 12 songs that are included on Fantasía will remind fans of the magic Latin ballads hold, such as the track Un Año with Reik.
Santalum album is included in the family Santalaceae, and is commonly known as white or East Indian sandalwood. The name, Santalum ovatum, used by Robert Brown in Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae (1810) was described as a synonym of this species by Alex George in 1984. The epithet album refers to the 'white' of the heartwood.
Oil of Santal, official. Santalum album, Linne. A volatile oil distilled from the wood, containing 90 p. c. of alcohols, calculated as santalol. 94. - Santalum album: flowering branch; also flower and fruit, enlarged. and W. Indian oil, sp. gr. 65, are both dextrorotatory.