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The Long Way Home

The Long Way Home by Christophe Goze
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Christophe Goze

Label: Goze Limited
Released: 2011
Duration: 52:13
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Track Listing

01. The Long Way Home; 02. Chill the Blues; 03. The Swan; 04. From Father to Sons; 05. Promenade with Satie; 06. What Did You Say; 07. Moonlight; 08. Hello; 09. At the End of the Street; 10. A New Beginning.


Additional Personnel / Information

Written, Performed and Produced by Christophe Goze – Recorded & mixed at Earth Studio. “Chill the blues” Written by Christophe Goze & Roberto Briot, “Moonlight” from Claude Debussy. ¨Clair de Lune¨, “The swan” from Camille Saint Saens. “Le signe”, “Promenade with Satie” from Erik Satie. ¨1st Piano Gymnopedie”, Guitars, Bass, Keyboards & Grooving things by Christophe Goze, Double Bass by Roberto Briot, Clarinette solo by Ari Zaghar, Child voice by Dan Savoum, Futujara Flute & Reeds by Vladiswar Nadishana, Chinese Violin (Ehru) by Shu Hong Huang, Duduk by Ari Zaghar. Featuring Marc Antoine (Guitar) on “At the end of the street”. Recorded & Mixed by Christophe Goze at Earth Studio (Paris). Mastered by Antoine Jacquot at Logodio / Jak’s home (Versailles). Published by Goze Limited P+C Anything Goze / Goze Ltd




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