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Duration 39m 53s
Record Label Selected Sound Vinyl Series
Catalogue No. SELLP 9095
Release Date January 1, 1982
Genre Jazz
 

Speed Fever

Marcello De Martino Rhythm & Brass Combination

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1.1
Rallye Test
Marcello De Martino Rhythm & Brass Combination
4:26
1.2
Speed Fever
Marcello De Martino Rhythm & Brass Combination
4:04
1.3
Dynamic Run
Marcello De Martino Rhythm & Brass Combination
4:02
1.4
Malibu People
Marcello De Martino Rhythm & Brass Combination
4:02
1.5
Race Ticket
Marcello De Martino Rhythm & Brass Combination
3:25
1.6
Action Route
Marcello De Martino Rhythm & Brass Combination
3:49
1.7
Competition Power
Marcello De Martino Rhythm & Brass Combination
4:05
1.8
Slapstick Dixie
Marcello De Martino Rhythm & Brass Combination
4:34
1.9
Running Puppets
Marcello De Martino Rhythm & Brass Combination
3:12
1.10
Charleston Fever
Marcello De Martino Rhythm & Brass Combination
4:14
Duration    39m 53s
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Selected Sound Vinyl Series Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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