Mark Ronson Daffodils

Daffodils

Mark Ronson

Hi-Res 24-bit – 88.20 kHz

Released on December 23, 2014 by Columbia

Main artist: Mark Ronson

Genre: Pop/Rock > Pop

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Album : 1 disk - 1 track Total length : 00:04:58

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    Mark Ronson, Associated Performer, Engineer, Keyboards, Main Artist, Percussion - KEVIN PARKER, Associated Performer, Bass, Composer, Featured Artist, Guitar, Lyricist - Mark Ronson feat. Kevin Parker, Associated Performer - Michael Chabon, Composer, Lyricist - Jeff Bhasker, Engineer, Keyboards - James Ford, Engineer, Keyboards, Other, Producer - Kirin J Callinan, Guitar - Carlos Alomar, Guitar - Steve Jordan, Other - Riton, Producer - Boo Mitchell, Engineer - Artie Smith, Engineer - Josh Blair, Engineer - Riccardo Damian, Engineer - Tom Elmhirst, Mixing Engineer - Joe Visciano, Assistant Engineer - Tom Coyne, Mastering Engineer Copyright : (P) 2015 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

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