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Stanley Clarke|ROCKS, PEBBLES AND SAND

ROCKS, PEBBLES AND SAND

Stanley Clarke

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ROCKS, PEBBLES AND SAND

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Danger Street
Stanley Clarke
00:04:51

S. Clarke, Composer - S. Clarke, Lyricist - Stanley Clarke, Performer

(P) 1980 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
All Hell Broke Loose
Stanley Clarke
00:05:02

S. Clarke, Composer - S. Clarke, Lyricist - Stanley Clarke, Performer

(P) 1980 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Rocks, Pebbles And Sand
Stanley Clarke
00:04:12

S. Clarke, Composer - S. Clarke, Lyricist - Stanley Clarke, Performer

(P) 1980 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Underestimation
Stanley Clarke
00:03:41

S. Clarke, Composer - S. Clarke, Lyricist - Stanley Clarke, Performer

(P) 1980 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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You/Me Together
Stanley Clarke
00:04:03

S. Clarke, Composer - S. Clarke, Lyricist - Stanley Clarke, Performer

(P) 1980 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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We Supply
Stanley Clarke
00:04:19

S. Clarke, Composer - S. Clarke, Lyricist - L. Johnson, Composer - L. Johnson, Lyricist - Stanley Clarke, Performer

(P) 1980 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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The Story Of A Man And A Woman Part 1: She Thought I Was Stanley Clarke
Stanley Clark
00:11:13

Stanley Clark, Performer - S. Clarke, Composer - S. Clarke, Lyricist - Stanley Clarke, Lyricist - Stanley Clarke, Composer - M.F. Pege, Lyricist - M.F. Pege, Composer

(P) 1980 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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