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Pink Floyd|Song 1   ((Capitol Studio Session, 22 August 1968) [2016 Mix])

Song 1 ((Capitol Studio Session, 22 August 1968) [2016 Mix])

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Song 1 (Capitol Studio Session, 22 August 1968, 2016 Mix)
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David Gilmour, Composer, Guitar - Roger Waters, Composer, Bass - Damon Iddins, Mixer - Andy Jackson, Mixer - Pink Floyd, Producer, MainArtist - Richard Wright, Composer, Keyboards - Nick Mason, Composer, Drums

2017 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd

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