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The Bamboos - I Never (feat. Dan Sultan) [Strings Version]
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I Never (feat. Dan Sultan) [Strings Version]
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Daniel Merriweather, Composer - Steve Smart, Engineer - Ross Irwin, Producer, Arranger, Tambourine, Trumpet - Dan Sultan, FeaturedArtist - The Bamboos, MainArtist - Kylie Auldist, Vocals - Lance Ferguson, Composer, Producer, Engineer, Guitar - Anton Delecca, Flute, Tenor Saxophone - Phil Noy, Baritone Saxophone - Yuri Pavlinov, Bass - Terry Hart, Engineer - John Castle, Producer, Engineer - Blair Harris, Cello - Aaron Barnden, Violin - Daniel Mougerman, Piano - Luke Saunders, Organ - Ben Hanlon, Double Bass - Graeme Pogson, Drums - Ioana Tache, Violin - Ceridwan Davies, Viola
2019 Pacific Theatre under exclusive license to BMG (Australia) Rights Management Pty Ltd 2019 The Bamboos under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (Australia) Pty Ltd.
About the album
- 1 disc(s) - 1 track(s)
- Total length: 00:04:08
- Main artist: The Bamboos
- Composer: Various Composers
- Label: BMG Rights Management (Australia) Pty Ltd.
- Genre: R&B/Soul Soul
2019 Pacific Theatre under exclusive license to BMG (Australia) Rights Management Pty Ltd 2019 Pacific Theatre under exclusive license to BMG (Australia) Rights Management Pty LtdImprove this page
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