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Solo Harmonica

Tommy Reilly, David Reilly

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

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1
Knights And Dragons
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
2:00
2
Morning Ride
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
2:07
3
Childrens Fountain
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
1:30
4
Canals And Bridges
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
1:17
5
Sad Waltz
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
2:15
6
Morning Bird
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
1:44
7
Bistro
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
1:46
8
Bossa Petite
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
2:00
9
The Daylight Song
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
2:21
10
Thingamajig
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
1:44
11
Bicycle Bill
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
1:23
12
Dream Day
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
1:58
13
Once Upon A Time
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
2:29
14
Almost Mozart
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
1:03
15
Ha Harmonica
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
1:18
16
Boy Soldier
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
1:48
17
Grass Roots
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
1:43
18
Cantina
Tommy Reilly; David Reilly
2:37
Total Playing Time    33:03
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Conroy Studio Masters

Tracks 1-18 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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