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The Piano Series: Early Pop Hits, Vol. 1

John Redmon

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1.1
What a Wonderful World (Single Version)
John Redmon; The Thomas J. Dawson, Jr. iOrchestra
3:32
1.2
Sweet Caroline (Piano Version)
John Redmon
2:50
1.3
Wind Beneath My Wings / From a Distance (Piano Version)
John Redmon
4:48
1.4
Piano Man (Piano Version)
John Redmon
5:16
1.5
I Have Nothing (Piano Version)
John Redmon
5:03
1.6
Do-Re-Mi (Piano Version)
John Redmon
2:14
1.7
My Way (Piano Version)
John Redmon
4:36
1.8
Take Me Home, Country Roads / Leaving on a Jet Plane (Piano Version)
John Redmon
3:14
1.9
God Bless the USA (Piano Version)
John Redmon
3:27
1.10
What a Wonderful World (Instrumental Version)
John Redmon; The Thomas J. Dawson, Jr. iOrchestra
3:32
Total Playing Time    38:32
John Redmon has built his career touring around the United States and Europe sharing his deep and passionate appreciation for music's healing quality. On this album Redmon pays tribute to pop legends such as Louis Armstrong, John Denver, and Billy Joel. With his music he always brings a positive message of peace, and this album is designed to stay within that theme.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Reaching Records Studio Masters

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