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Airwaves: The Greatest Hits

Lawson Rollins

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1
Island Time
Lawson Rollins
3:27
2
Flight
Lawson Rollins
3:24
3
Infinita
Lawson Rollins
4:04
4
In Motion
Lawson Rollins
3:56
5
Havana Heat
Lawson Rollins
3:38
6
Berlin Bossa
Lawson Rollins
3:30
7
Sway
Lawson Rollins
3:09
8
Momentum
Lawson Rollins
3:46
9
Moonlight Samba
Lawson Rollins
3:43
10
Cafe Paris
Lawson Rollins
3:49
11
Infinita
Lawson Rollins
4:35
12
City Electric
Lawson Rollins
2:54
13
Santa Barbara Song
Lawson Rollins
3:09
14
Return to Rio
Lawson Rollins
3:45
15
Daybreak
Lawson Rollins
3:53
16
Cafe Jobim
Lawson Rollins
3:46
17
Prado
Lawson Rollins
3:53
18
World of Wonder
Lawson Rollins
3:22
Total Playing Time    65:43
Guitarist Lawson Rollins brings together a variety of different musical elements from rock to Latin jazz to flamenco in his album Airwaves: The Greatest Hits. This album is a compilation of almost a decade worth of Rollins' hits from his seven previous solo albums.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Infinita Records Studio Masters

Tracks 10, 11 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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