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In Crossing the Busy Street

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Tom Buckner

Label: Mutable Music
Released: 2010
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1. In Crossing the Busy Street - 03:19; 2. He Took a Cup from the Smiling Proprietor - 01:09; 3. In a Deli Off Time Square - 02:51; 4. The Mountain Had Never Before Experienced Such Elation - 02:47; 5. He's Ronud Faced Like the Moon - 02:49; 6. There Are So Many Places We've Been That We'd Like To Revisit - 03:44; 7. He's the Echo Inside the Echo - 02:43; 8. He Stepped Off the Curb and Stepped Onto It Again - 02:26; 9. He's the Echo Inside the Echo - 05:19; 10. Exploring the Busy Street 1 - 06:33; 11. There Are So Many Places We Have Been That We'd Like To Revisit - 06:36; 12. The Mountain Had Never Experienced Such Elation - 05:27; 13. He's Round Faced Like the Moon - 05:26; 14. Exploring the Busy Street 2 - 07:38. Tutte le composizioni sono di JB Floyd.

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JB Floyd (piano); Tom Buckner (voce); George Marsh (batteria).


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