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Perrine Mansuy|Vertigo Songs

Vertigo Songs

Perrine Mansuy

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1
Chinese Luluby
00:06:32

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer

2011 Laborie Jazz

2
Ananda
00:06:15

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer

2011 Laborie Jazz

3
Xanadu
00:07:29

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer

2011 Laborie Jazz

4
Tic Tac Toe
00:03:43

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer

2011 Laborie Jazz

5
Tango Juice
00:04:38

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer

2011 Laborie Jazz

6
Beneath an Evening Sky
00:06:56

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer - Ralph Towner, Composer

2011 Laborie Jazz

7
Les 4 vents
00:04:25

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer

2011 Laborie Jazz

8
Listen to Monk (Rythm a Ning)
00:04:20

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer - Thelonious Monk, Composer - Jon Hendricks, Composer

2011 Laborie Jazz

9
Wandering Dreams
00:07:40

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer

2011 Laborie Jazz

10
Secret Tree
00:05:52

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer

2011 Laborie Jazz

11
Smile
00:06:57

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer - Geoffrey Parsons, Composer - John Turner, Composer

2011 Laborie Jazz

12
Impro Mother Tong
00:06:00

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer

2011 Laborie Jazz

13
The Love Birds (Bonus Track)
00:03:56

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer

2011 Laborie Jazz

14
Le petit Prince (Bonus Track)
00:03:04

Perrine Mansuy, Composer, Performer

2011 Laborie Jazz

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