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Pink Floyd|Learning To Fly   (2019 Remix; 2021 Edit)

Learning To Fly (2019 Remix; 2021 Edit)

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Learning To Fly (2019 Remix; 2021 Edit)
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Bob Ezrin, Composer, Producer, Percussion, Sequencer Programmer - David Gilmour, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Remix, Sequencer Programmer - Tony Levin, Bass - Damon Iddins, RemixingEngineer - Andy Jackson, Masterer, Remixer, Original Recording Engineer, Editing Engineer - Steve Forman, Percussion - Carmen Twillie, Backing Vocals - Pink Floyd, MainArtist - Richard Wright, Hammond Organ, Piano, Vocals, Kurzweil Synthesizer - Nick Mason, Acoustic Drums, Sound Effects (SFX), Electronic Drums - Anthony Moore, Composer - Darlene Koldenhoven, Backing Vocals - Jon Carin, Composer, Keyboards - Phyllis St James, Backing Vocals - Donnie Gerrard, Backing Vocals - Devin Workman, Additional Editor

© 2021 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. Under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 2021 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd

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