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Emergence

Whit Dickey & Eri Yamamoto

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Conversation
Whit Dickey Trio
00:06:03

Whit Dickey, Composer, MainArtist - Daniel Carter, Orchestra - Eri Yamamoto, MainArtist - Whit Dickey Trio, MainArtist

(C) 2008 NotTwo Records (P) 2008 NotTwo Records

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A Melding
Whit Dickey Trio
00:08:40

Whit Dickey, Composer, MainArtist - Daniel Carter, Orchestra - Eri Yamamoto, MainArtist - Whit Dickey Trio, MainArtist

(C) 2008 NotTwo Records (P) 2008 NotTwo Records

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Mobile
Whit Dickey Trio
00:07:36

Whit Dickey, Composer, MainArtist - Daniel Carter, Orchestra - Eri Yamamoto, MainArtist - Whit Dickey Trio, MainArtist

(C) 2008 NotTwo Records (P) 2008 NotTwo Records

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Learning to Crawl
Whit Dickey Trio
00:06:02

Whit Dickey, Composer, MainArtist - Daniel Carter, Orchestra - Eri Yamamoto, MainArtist - Whit Dickey Trio, MainArtist

(C) 2008 NotTwo Records (P) 2008 NotTwo Records

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Rocker
Whit Dickey Trio
00:05:54

Whit Dickey, Composer, MainArtist - Daniel Carter, Orchestra - Eri Yamamoto, MainArtist - Whit Dickey Trio, MainArtist

(C) 2008 NotTwo Records (P) 2008 NotTwo Records

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Twirls
Whit Dickey Trio
00:10:13

Whit Dickey, Composer, MainArtist - Daniel Carter, Orchestra - Eri Yamamoto, MainArtist - Whit Dickey Trio, MainArtist

(C) 2008 NotTwo Records (P) 2008 NotTwo Records

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Last Taste
Whit Dickey Trio
00:07:49

Whit Dickey, Composer, MainArtist - Daniel Carter, Orchestra - Eri Yamamoto, MainArtist - Whit Dickey Trio, MainArtist

(C) 2008 NotTwo Records (P) 2008 NotTwo Records

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Plum Blossom
Whit Dickey Trio
00:07:07

Whit Dickey, Composer, MainArtist - Daniel Carter, Orchestra - Eri Yamamoto, MainArtist - Whit Dickey Trio, MainArtist

(C) 2008 NotTwo Records (P) 2008 NotTwo Records

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