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The Big Picture

Kat Edmonson

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1
Rainy Day Woman
00:03:26

Kat Edmonson, Composer, Main Artist - Brian Wolfe, Drums, Percussion - Kevin Lovejoy, Composer - Brad Dutz, Vibraphone - Ian Walker, Bass - Val McCallum, Guitar - Calder Quartet, Strings - Benjamin Jacobson, Violin - Dan Higgins, Saxophone - Andrew Bulbrook, Violin - Lori Stuntz, Trombone - Jonathan Moerschel, Viola - MITCHELL FROOM, Keyboards, Producer - Eric Byers, Cello - David Boucher, Recording Engineer - Jeff Lipton, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

2
You Said Enough
00:02:54

Kat Edmonson, Composer, Main Artist - Michael Urbano, Drums - MITCHELL FROOM, Composer, Organ, Producer - Chris Lovejoy, Marimba, Percussion - Davey Faragher, Bass - Val McCallum, Guitar - David Boucher, Recording Engineer - Jeff Lipton, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Oh My Love
00:02:48

Kat Edmonson, Composer, Main Artist - Aaron Thurston, Drums - Brad Dutz, Vibraphone - David Piltch, Bass - George Doering, Guitar - Calder Quartet, Strings - Benjamin Jacobson, Violin - MITCHELL FROOM, Organ, Producer - Andrew Bulbrook, Violin - David Boucher, Recording Engineer - Jonathan Moerschel, Viola - Eric Byers, Cello - Jeff Lipton, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Avion
00:02:48

Kat Edmonson, Composer, Main Artist, Percussion - Michael Urbano, Drums, Percussion - Miles Zuniga, Composer - Davey Faragher, Bass - Val McCallum, Guitar - Calder Quartet, Strings - Benjamin Jacobson, Violin - MITCHELL FROOM, Keyboards, Producer - Andrew Bulbrook, Violin - David Boucher, Recording Engineer - Jonathan Moerschel, Viola - Eric Byers, Cello - Jeff Lipton, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Crying
00:03:24

Kat Edmonson, Composer, Main Artist - Michael Urbano, Drums - Bob Gloub, Bass - Val McCallum, Guitar - Greg Leisz, Steel Guitar - Jeff Young, Piano - MITCHELL FROOM, Celeste, Glockenspiel, Keyboards, Producer - David Boucher, Recording Engineer - Jeff Lipton, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

6
All The Way
00:02:50

Kat Edmonson, Composer, Main Artist - Steve Elliot, Composer, Guitar - Val McCallum, Guitar - MITCHELL FROOM, Producer - David Boucher, Recording Engineer - Jeff Lipton, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

7
You Can't Break My Heart
00:03:49

Kat Edmonson, Main Artist, Percussion - Miles Zuniga, Composer - Pete Thomas, Percussion - Ian Walker, Bass - Val McCallum, Guitar - Calder Quartet, Strings - Benjamin Jacobson, Violin - MITCHELL FROOM, Harmonium, Producer - Andrew Bulbrook, Violin - David Boucher, Recording Engineer - Jonathan Moerschel, Viola - Eric Byers, Cello - Jeff Lipton, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Till We Start To Kiss
00:03:43

Kat Edmonson, Composer, Main Artist - David Boucher, Programmer, Recording Engineer - Jason Blum, Composer - MITCHELL FROOM, Keyboards, Producer, Programmer - Jeff Lipton, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

9
The Best
00:03:27

Kat Edmonson, Composer, Main Artist - Pete Thomas, Drums - Davey Faragher, Bass - Val McCallum, Banjo, Guitar - Dan Higgins, Bass Clarinet, Clarinet - MITCHELL FROOM, Percussion, Piano, Producer - David Boucher, Recording Engineer - Jeff Lipton, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

10
Dark Cloud
00:03:26

Kat Edmonson, Composer, Main Artist - Pete Thomas, Drums - Val McCallum, Guitar - Dan Higgins, Saxophone - MITCHELL FROOM, Celeste, Organ, Piano, Producer - David Boucher, Recording Engineer - Jeff Lipton, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

11
For Two
00:04:25

Kat Edmonson, Composer, Main Artist - Jason Blum, Composer - Pete Thomas, Drums - Ian Walker, Bass - Steve Elliot, Guitar - Val McCallum, Guitar - MITCHELL FROOM, Piano, Producer - David Boucher, Recording Engineer - Jeff Lipton, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

12
Who's Counting
00:04:05

Kat Edmonson, Composer, Main Artist - Matt Chamberlain, Drums - Bob Gloub, Bass - Val McCallum, Guitar - Dan Higgins, Bass Clarinet, Clarinet - MITCHELL FROOM, Keyboards, Producer - David Boucher, Recording Engineer - Jeff Lipton, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

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