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Rymden|Live in Umeå  (Live)

Live in Umeå (Live)

Rymden, Bugge Wesseltoft & Magnus Öström

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1
Råk (Live)
00:04:15

Dan Berglund, FeaturedArtist - Bugge Wesseltoft, MainArtist - Magnus Öström, Composer, MainArtist - Rymden, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Jazzland Recordings (P) 2020 Jazzland Recordings

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The Celestial Dog And The Funeral Ship (Live)
00:09:23

Dan Berglund, FeaturedArtist - Bugge Wesseltoft, Composer, MainArtist - Magnus Öström, MainArtist - Rymden, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Jazzland Recordings (P) 2020 Jazzland Recordings

3
Bergen (Live)
00:11:20

Dan Berglund, FeaturedArtist - Bugge Wesseltoft, MainArtist - Magnus Öström, Composer, MainArtist - Rymden, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Jazzland Recordings (P) 2020 Jazzland Recordings

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Orbiting (Live)
00:01:31

Dan Berglund, FeaturedArtist - Bugge Wesseltoft, Composer, MainArtist - Magnus Öström, MainArtist - Rymden, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Jazzland Recordings (P) 2020 Jazzland Recordings

5
Homegrown (Live)
00:04:50

Dan Berglund, FeaturedArtist - Bugge Wesseltoft, Composer, MainArtist - Magnus Öström, MainArtist - Rymden, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Jazzland Recordings (P) 2020 Jazzland Recordings

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