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Reason or Rhyme

Bryan Ferry

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Reason or Rhyme
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Rhett Davies, Producer, Mixing Engineer - Colin Good, Piano - Bryan Ferry, Composer, Writer, MainArtist - Simon Willey, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Richard White, Clarinet, Saxophone - Frank Arkwright, Mastering Engineer - Robert Fowler, Clarinet, Saxophone - Alan Barnes, Clarinet, Saxophone - John Sutton, Drums - Martin Wheatley, Banjo - Ros Stephen, Violin - Julian Rowlands, Accordion - Karen Street, Accordion - Enrico Tomasso, Trumpet - Malcolm Earle-Smith, Trombone - Marina Moore, Viola, Violin - Chloe Beth Smith, Assistant Engineer - James Garzke, Assistant Engineer

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