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Brandy Clark - I'll Be the Sad Song
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Jay Joyce, Producer, Mixer, Electric Guitar, Bass - Andrew Mendelson, Masterer - Daniel Gilbert, Violin - Jedd Hughes, Acoustic Guitar, Dobro - Lester Snell, Arranger, Leader - Gary Topper, Flute - CHRIS TAYLOR, Assistant Recording Engineer - Jason Hall, Recording & Mixing - Jim Spake, Baritone Saxophone - Brandy Clark, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Lannie McMillan, Saxophone - Beth Luscombe, Viola - Jonathan Kirkscey, Cello - Giles Reaves, Drums, Percussion, Synthesizer - Jessie Jo Dillon, Writer - Boo Mitchell, Recording Engineer - Chase McGill, Writer - Jimmy Mansfield, Assistant Recording Engineer - Jessica Munson, Violin - Court Blankenship, Assistant Production - Ronald Kirk Smothers, Flute - Wen Yih Yu, Violin - William Scott Thompson, Trumpet
2020 Warner Records Inc. 2020 Warner Records Inc.
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- 1 disc(s) - 1 track(s)
- Total length: 00:03:58
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