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Solo Marimba: Arthur Lipner Performs Bob Marley's Legend

Arthur Lipner

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1
Is This Love
Arthur Lipner
3:46
2
No Woman, No Cry
Arthur Lipner
4:33
3
Could You Be Loved
Arthur Lipner
3:21
4
Three Little Birds
Arthur Lipner
3:15
5
Buffalo Soldier
Arthur Lipner
3:04
6
Get up, Stand Up
Arthur Lipner
2:56
7
Stir It Up
Arthur Lipner
3:30
8
One Love / People Get Ready
Arthur Lipner
3:09
9
I Shot the Sheriff
Arthur Lipner
3:15
10
Waiting in Vain
Arthur Lipner
4:32
11
Redemption Song
Arthur Lipner
3:59
12
Satisfy My Soul
Arthur Lipner
3:47
13
Exodus
Arthur Lipner
3:23
14
Jamming
Arthur Lipner
3:16
Total Playing Time    49:46
American percussionist and composer Arthur Lipner delivers intimate, solo reinventions of songs from Bob Marley's 1984 greatest hits compilation Legend, the best-selling reggae album in music history.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Solo Sounds Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 14 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth

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