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The Great American Music Band - Over The Sky FLAC Album

The Great American Music Band - Over The Sky FLAC Album
Jazz-Funk, Big Band, Latin Jazz
  • Performer:
    The Great American Music Band
  • Title:
    Over The Sky
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  • Style:
    Jazz-Funk, Big Band, Latin Jazz
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  • Size FLAC version
    2909 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2696 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1638 mb
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    Vinyl, LP, Album


1A Lasamba
2Over The Sky
3The Indian Medicinmen & Guru
4Sound Inn


  • DrumsTsugio Ano
  • Electric BassKoh Tsubota
  • Electric GuitarTeiji Mihata
  • PercussionEiji Narushima
  • Piano, Electric Piano, SynthesizerRyozo Henmi, Tohru Miyahara
  • Piano, Electric Piano, Synthesizer, OrganKenji Sato
  • Saxophone, FluteYasumasa Kikuchi
  • Saxophone, Flute, Leader, ClarinetTatsuhiko Arakawa
  • TromboneOsamu Shiomura
  • Trumpet, FlugelhornHitoshi Okano, Kenji Nakazawa, Toshio Araki


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