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Lost in Translation (Jazz Thing Next Generation Vol. 76)

Michel Meis 4tet, Michel Meis, Alisa Klein, Cédric Hanriot, Stephan Goldbach

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1
King Kong
Michel Meis; Alisa Klein; Cédric Hanriot; Stephan Goldbach; Michel Meis 4tet
5:32
2
Desire
Michel Meis; Alisa Klein; Cédric Hanriot; Stephan Goldbach; Michel Meis 4tet
7:38
3
Lost in Translation
Michel Meis; Alisa Klein; Cédric Hanriot; Stephan Goldbach; Michel Meis 4tet
3:51
4
Reflection
Michel Meis; Alisa Klein; Cédric Hanriot; Stephan Goldbach; Michel Meis 4tet
7:17
5
Hope
Michel Meis; Alisa Klein; Cédric Hanriot; Stephan Goldbach; Michel Meis 4tet
3:57
6
In a Dream
Michel Meis; Alisa Klein; Cédric Hanriot; Stephan Goldbach; Michel Meis 4tet
4:52
7
Heaven
Michel Meis; Alisa Klein; Cédric Hanriot; Stephan Goldbach; Michel Meis 4tet
5:22
8
Morena
Michel Meis; Alisa Klein; Cédric Hanriot; Stephan Goldbach; Michel Meis 4tet
5:45
Total Playing Time    44:14
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