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Lynne Arriale Trio|Chimes of Freedom

Chimes of Freedom

Lynne Arriale Trio

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1
Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
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Lynne Arriale Trio, MainArtist

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Journey
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3
The Dreamers
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3 Million Steps
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Hope
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The Whole Truth
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7
Lady Liberty
00:05:18

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8
Reunion
00:03:52

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9
Chimes of Freedom
00:04:56

Lynne Arriale Trio, MainArtist - K.J. Denhert, MainArtist

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American Tune
00:05:45

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