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Amy LaVere|Painting Blue

Painting Blue

Amy LaVere

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1
I Don't Wanna Know
00:04:33

John Martyn, Composer - Amy LaVere, MainArtist

2020 Nine Mile Records 2020 Anchors And Anvils Music

2
No Battle Hymn
00:05:16

Amy LaVere, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Nine Mile Records 2020 Anchors And Anvils Music

3
Girlfriends
00:04:52

Amy LaVere, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Nine Mile Records 2020 Anchors And Anvils Music

4
Not in Memphis
00:04:29

Amy LaVere, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Nine Mile Records 2020 Anchors And Anvils Music

5
Love I've Missed
00:04:37

Amy LaVere, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Nine Mile Records 2020 Anchors And Anvils Music

6
No Room for Baby
00:04:21

Amy LaVere, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Nine Mile Records 2020 Anchors And Anvils Music

7
Stick Horse Kid
00:03:34

David Halley, Composer - Amy LaVere, MainArtist

2020 Nine Mile Records 2020 Anchors And Anvils Music

8
Shipbuilding
00:02:53

ELVIS COSTELLO, Composer - Amy LaVere, MainArtist - Damien Dempsey, Composer - Clive William Langer, Composer

2020 Nine Mile Records 2020 Anchors And Anvils Music

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Painting Blue on Everything
00:04:02

Amy LaVere, Composer, MainArtist

2020 Nine Mile Records 2020 Anchors And Anvils Music

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