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Get Busy: Upbeat Funky Beds

David Walters, Aaron Gilbert

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats

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1.1
Daytime Chutney
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:08
1.2
Fresh Ingredients
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:38
1.3
Big Chirpy
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
3:03
1.4
Business Time
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:21
1.5
Party over Here
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:10
1.6
Winning Streak
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:33
1.7
Barn Find
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:41
1.8
Easy Afternoon
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:34
1.9
Sunflower Street
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:45
1.10
Enchilada
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:32
1.11
Nifty Footwork
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:33
1.12
Sprightly Start
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:08
1.13
Hippity Hop
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:17
1.14
Summer Barbecue
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:26
1.15
Making Tracks
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:29
1.16
Sunflower Street (Instrumental)
David Walters; Aaron Gilbert
2:45
Total Playing Time    40:03
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – PURPLE FOX LIMITED Studio Masters

Tracks 1-16 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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