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The Nu Band|In Memory of Mark Whitecage  (Live at the Bopshop)

In Memory of Mark Whitecage (Live at the Bopshop)

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In Memory of Mark Whitecage (Live at the Bopshop)

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1
Prayer for the Water Protectors (Live)
00:04:05

The Nu Band, MainArtist - Mark Whitecage, Composer - Biem, MusicPublisher - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Not Two Records (P) 2021 Not Two Records

2
Five O'Clock Follies (Live)
00:10:24

The Nu Band, MainArtist - Mark Whitecage, Composer - Biem, MusicPublisher - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Not Two Records (P) 2021 Not Two Records

3
One for Roy (Live)
00:06:32

The Nu Band, MainArtist - Thomas Heberer, Composer - Biem, MusicPublisher - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Not Two Records (P) 2021 Not Two Records

4
The Closer You Are, the Further It Gets (Live)
00:14:18

The Nu Band, MainArtist - Thomas Heberer, Composer - Biem, MusicPublisher - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Not Two Records (P) 2021 Not Two Records

5
Christophe and Ornette (Live)
00:09:27

The Nu Band, MainArtist - Joe Fonda, Composer - Biem, MusicPublisher - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Not Two Records (P) 2021 Not Two Records

6
Minor Madness (Live)
00:08:39

The Nu Band, MainArtist - Joe Fonda, Composer - Biem, MusicPublisher - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Not Two Records (P) 2021 Not Two Records

7
Dark Dawn in Aurora (Live)
00:10:18

The Nu Band, MainArtist - Lou Grassi, Composer - Biem, MusicPublisher - ZAiKS, MusicPublisher

(C) 2021 Not Two Records (P) 2021 Not Two Records

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