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8 thoughts on “ Salt Shores (Royer Remix) - Jonas Palzer - Dawn Illusions (Vinyl)

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    Oct 31,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Salt Of The Sound - Dawn YouTube Renew - Salt Of The Sound | Christian Meditation Music - Duration: Salt Of The Sound 3, views. Reply
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    Floyd Anderson- guitar, lead vocals Greg Doucette - drums Peter Gravel -percussion Tom Loane - bass, backing vocals Bob Mahar - keyboards, guitar, backing vocals John Tetrault - guitar,lead vocals Beatles- a Celebration of the B Sides - Wellington Times August, "They worked it out!" "Their down to earth rapport made the evening like listening to music at a house party . Reply
  • Zulubar
    06.09.2019 at 03:43
    Jonas Palzer - Dawn Illusions - Salt Shores / Salt Shores (Royer Remix) / Solid/Liquid / Wilhelma: Portray, POR Label: Portray. Catalogue number: POR Available to buy on Vinyl Record. Find more tracks by Jonas Palzer - Dawn Illusions and more releases on Portray. Reply
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  • Daigor
    11.09.2019 at 01:19
    The Dawn appears to be an Irish interpretation of an American tune called the Miller’s Reel, in Cole’s with the name of the composer (which I forget at the moment). The setting in Cole’s is played at least by Scottish fiddle player Karen Steven and to my ear is much finer musically than any of the various Irish settings of the the Dawn. Reply

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