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One Slip (Delicate Sound Of Thunder Remix; 2020 Edit; Live)
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Guy Pratt, Bass - Robert Hrycyna, Recording Assistant - David Gilmour, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, Remix - Damon Iddins, Remix Engineer - Andy Jackson, Remix - Dave Hewitt, Recording Engineer - Pink Floyd, MainArtist - Richard Wright, Keyboards - Nick Mason, Drums - Scott Page, Electric Guitar - Phil Manzanera, Composer - Tim Renwick, Guitar - Jon Carin, Keyboards, Vocals - Gary Wallis, Percussion - Durga McBroom, Backing Vocals - Remote Recording Services, Recorded by - Rachel Fury, Backing Vocals - Margret Taylor, Backing Vocals

© 2020 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. Under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Limited, ℗ 2020 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd

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