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Tribute to Robert Normann

Anders Somby

Available in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats

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1
Tante Inga
Anders Somby
2:54
2
Oppvaskbenken
Anders Somby
1:19
3
Go'e Gamle Normann
Anders Somby
2:14
4
Tre Stubba
Anders Somby
4:33
5
Så Seile Vi På Mjøsa
Anders Somby
2:24
6
Gråfolk
Anders Somby
1:59
7
Miroirs
Anders Somby
5:56
8
Svart Samvittighet
Anders Somby
2:43
9
Vandreren
Anders Somby
1:20
10
Huldre Sull
Anders Somby
1:39
11
I Kveld Ska' Vi På Dans
Anders Somby
1:45
12
Dalen
Anders Somby
1:09
13
Solstua
Anders Somby
2:51
14
Spilledåsen
Anders Somby
1:20
15
Marsj I Seng
Anders Somby
4:05
16
Leophants
Anders Somby
3:49
17
Liten Lek
Anders Somby
2:03
18
Ko-Ko Ekorn
Anders Somby
2:06
19
Snikende Minner
Anders Somby
3:51
20
Ikke Døpt
Anders Somby
2:38
21
Stor, Stygg Elefantmygg
Anders Somby
2:49
22
The Heart of Two
Anders Somby
2:31
23
Syv Stubbær for Én Gitar Og Tromme
Anders Somby
11:35
Total Playing Time    69:33
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Hot Club Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1, 5, 6, 9, 10, 12, 15, 17, 19, 20, 22 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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