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Foo Fighters|Chasing Birds  (Preservation Hall Jazz Band Re-Version)

Chasing Birds (Preservation Hall Jazz Band Re-Version)

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Foo Fighters, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Walter Harris, Percussion, Drum Machine - Ben Jaffe, Producer, Percussion, Tuba, Background Vocal - Dave Grohl, Vocal - Clint Maedgen, Tenor Saxophone, Background Vocal - Charlie Gabriel, Tenor Saxophone - Ronell Johnson, Trombone, Background Vocal - Branden Lewis, Trumpet, Background Vocal - Samantha Sidley, Background Vocal - Alex De Turk, Mastering Engineer - Matt Aguiluz, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Laura Mace, Background Vocal - Violet Grohl, Background Vocal - Barbra Bruska, Background Vocal

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