℗ 1990 Mike Murley
 

Two Sides (Re-Mastered)

Mike Murley

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1.1
Minor Problems (Re-Mastered)
Mike Murley
5:43
1.2
February 1st (Re-Mastered)
Mike Murley
8:04
1.3
Played Twice (Re-Mastered)
Mike Murley
7:52
1.4
Sometimes You Feel Like That (Re-Mastered)
Mike Murley
11:19
1.5
Square (Re-Mastered)
Mike Murley
7:16
1.6
Softness (Re-Mastered)
Mike Murley
7:33
1.7
The Peacocks (Re-Mastered)
Mike Murley
7:50
1.8
You Don't Know What Love Is (Re-Mastered)
Mike Murley
7:19
1.9
Every Time We Say Goodbye (Re-Mastered)
Mike Murley
8:04
Total Playing Time    71:00
An engaging, lyrical saxophonist, Mike Murley is one of Canada’s most celebrated and well-respected jazz artists. His critically-acclaimed recordings have placed him at the forefront of Canada’s jazz scene for the past three decades. He has played on fourteen Juno Award-winning recordings since his 1990 Two Sides album, seven as a leader or co-leader, seven as a sideman. This classic Juno-award-winning release now receives a brand new reissue and remaster for modern audiences!
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Cornerstone Records Inc. Studio Masters

Tracks 4, 7-9 – 44.1 kHz / 16-bit PCM

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