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Richard Ashcroft|Bitter Sweet Symphony  (Live on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show)

Bitter Sweet Symphony (Live on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show)

Richard Ashcroft

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Bitter Sweet Symphony (Live on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show)
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Damon Minchella, Bass Guitar - Steve Sidelnyk, Drums - KEITH RICHARDS, Composer, Writer - MICK JAGGER, Composer, Writer - Richard Ashcroft, Composer, Guitar, Writer, MainArtist - Bryan Chambers, Backing Vocals - Valerie Etienne, Backing Vocals - Simon King, Backing Vocals - Sean Genockey, Guitar - Ben Trigg, Keyboards - Gareth Iles, Engineer - Elle Cato, Backing Vocals - Antony Shaw, Engineer

2019 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited under exclusive licence from Richard Ashcroft/RPA 2019 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited under exclusive licence from Richard Ashcroft/RPA

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