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The Bamboos - Broken (feat. Urthboy)
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BOB CLEARMOUNTAIN, Mixing Engineer - Ross Irwin, Trumpet - Ben Grayson, Organ - The Bamboos, Composer, MainArtist - Lance Ferguson, Producer, Guitar - Anton Delecca, Flute, Saxophone - Yuri Pavlinov, Bass - John Castle, Producer - Danny Farrugia, Drums - Urthboy, FeaturedArtist
2018 The Bamboos under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (Australia) Pty Ltd. 2018 The Bamboos under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (Australia) Pty Ltd.
About the album
- 1 disc(s) - 1 track(s)
- Total length: 00:03:38
- Main artist: The Bamboos
- Composer: The Bamboos
- Label: BMG Rights Management (Australia) Pty Ltd.
- Genre: R&B/Soul Soul
2018 The Bamboos under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (Australia) Pty Ltd. 2018 The Bamboos under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (Australia) Pty Ltd.Improve this page
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