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Love Remains

Love Remains by Tal Wilkenfeld
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Tal Wilkenfeld

Label: BMG
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Corner Painter; Counterfeit; Hard To Be Alone; Haunted Love; Love Remains; Fistful of Glass; Under The Sun; One Thing After Another; Killing Me; Pieces Of Me.


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Tal Wilkenfeld: vocals, acoustic guitar, 12 string acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, acoustic baritone guitar, bass organ, kalimba, hi-hats; Paul Stacey: electric guitar; synthesizer, Solina, clavinet, Mellotron; Blake Mills: electric guitar, electric baritone guitar, bass guitar; Sonya Kitchell: electric guitar, background vocals; Benmont Tench: pump organ; Zac Rae: piano, Mellotron, orchestrion, marimba; Michael Landau: dobro; Shiva Ramamurthi: violin; Jay Bellarose: drums; Jeremy Stacey: drums; Molly Sarle: background vocals; David Arch: woodwind arrangement: Jamie Talbot: flutes/ clarinets; Phil Todd: flutes; Dave Fuest: clarinets; David Arch: string arrangement: violins: Perry Montague-Mason (leader), Peter Hanson (leader of 2nds), John Bradbury, Oli Langford, Jackie Hartley, Dai Emanuel, Chris Tombling, Mark Berrow, Tom Pigott-Smith, Cathy Thompson, Patrick Kiernan; violas: Peter Lale (1st), Andy Parker, Rachel Bolt, Max Baillie. Celli: Dave Daniels (1st), Frank Schaefer, Chris Worsey, Nick Cooper.

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Modern folk-pop


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