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David 'Kid' Jensen Session: 1983 (Live)

The Sisters Of Mercy

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Heartland David 'Kid' Jensen Session, London, 1983, Live
00:04:23

Andrew Eldritch, Composer, Vocals - Doktor Avalanche, Drums - Craig Adams, Bass - Ben Gunn, Guitar - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist - Gary Marx, Composer, Guitar

© 2020 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 2020 BBC

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Jolene David 'Kid' Jensen Session, London, 1983, Live
00:02:48

Dolly Parton, Writer - Andrew Eldritch, Vocals - Doktor Avalanche, Drums - Craig Adams, Bass - Ben Gunn, Guitar - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist - Gary Marx, Guitar

© 2020 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 2020 BBC

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Valentine David 'Kid' Jensen Session, London, 1983, Live
00:04:01

Andrew Eldritch, Composer, Vocals - Doktor Avalanche, Drums - Craig Adams, Bass - Ben Gunn, Guitar - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist - Gary Marx, Guitar

© 2020 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 2020 BBC

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Burn David 'Kid' Jensen Session, London, 1983, Live
00:04:25

Andrew Eldritch, Composer, Vocals - Doktor Avalanche, Drums - Craig Adams, Bass - Ben Gunn, Guitar - The Sisters Of Mercy, MainArtist - Gary Marx, Guitar

© 2020 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 2020 BBC

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