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The Halcyon (Original Music From The Television Series)

Various Artists

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1
Hourglass
Tracy Kashi; Samuel Sim
3:17
2
Marvellous Party
Beverley Knight
3:46
3
Forever
Jamie Cullum
2:57
4
Mr Heartache
Kara Tointon; Chris Egan
4:30
5
Society Swing
Chris Egan
2:29
6
September Blues
Kara Tointon; Chris Egan
2:57
7
Only Time Will Tell
Samuel Sim
2:24
8
Invincible
Jamie Cullum
4:15
9
When The Wind Blows
Kara Tointon; Chris Egan
2:56
10
Playin' Up A Storm
Chris Egan
2:36
11
Blue Jasmine
Chris Egan
2:04
12
Radio
Kara Tointon; Chris Egan
2:48
13
Follow Me
Samuel Sim
3:07
14
Honeytrap
Kara Tointon; Chris Egan
2:46
15
A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
Vera Lynn
3:14
16
Out Of The Sun
Samuel Sim
4:54
Total Playing Time    51:00
This album contains film composer Samuel Sim's music from The Halcyon, ITV's historical miniseries set in a luxury hotel in London in 1940. The soundtrack also features two original tunes by Jamie Cullum and a song by R&B singer Beverley Knight, who appears on an episode of the show.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Decca Studio Masters

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