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Liam Gallagher|All You're Dreaming Of (Demo Version)
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All You're Dreaming Of (Demo Version)
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Andrew Wyatt, Producer, Keyboards, Piano, Programmer, Backing Vocals, Bass - Ian Humphries, Violin - Chris Laurence, Double Bass - Gordon Campbell, Trombone - Chris Elliott, Conductor, Arranger - Lucy Morgan, Viola - Owen Slade, Tuba - Andy Wood, Euphonium - Mark "Spike" Stent, Mixer - Paul Spong, Cornet, Fluegel Horn, Contractor - Bruce White, Viola - Rhian Porter, Cello - Chris Clad, Violin - Kate Musker, Viola - Nick Barr, Viola - Paul Willey, Violin - Dave Daniels, Cello - Charlie Brown, Violin - Mike Moore, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Geoff Alexander, Engineer - Pete Hanson, Violin - Caroline Dearnley, Cello - Janice Graham, Violin - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - John Barrett, Engineer - Kirsty Mangan, Violin - Paul Golding, Engineer - Nigel Barr, Euphonium - Simon Aldred, Producer, Acoustic Guitar, Writer - James Boyd, Viola - Fiona Brice, Violin - Dan Newell, Cornet - Phil Cobb, Cornet, Piccolo - Ryan Quigley, Cornet - Liz Ball, Violin - Rachael Lander, Cello - Barry Grint, Masterer - Greg Walmsley, Cello - Marianne Hayes, Violin - Virginia Slater, Viola - Stephanie Benedetti, Violin - Ade Hallowell, Bass Trombone - Zara Benyounes, Violin - Owen Farr, Horn - Warren Zeilinski, Violin - Frances Grime, Violin - Matt Wolach, Assistant - Jamie Hutchinson, Violin - Csilla Pogany, Violin - Alistair Blayden, Cello - Daniel Battachyra, Violin - Debbie Gwyther, Engineer - Gabriella Lester, Violin
© 2020 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2020 Warner Music UK Limited
About the album
- 1 disc(s) - 1 track(s)
- Total length: 00:03:46
- Main artist: Liam Gallagher
- Label: Warner Records
- Genre: Pop/Rock Rock Alternative & Indie
- 24-Bit 96.0 kHz - Stereo
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