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Moods

Maison Klaus

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1
Mambo Swing
00:06:05

Maison Klaus, Performer - Gilles Erhart, Composer

2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM 2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM

2
Come Together
00:06:25

Maison Klaus, Performer - Paul McCartney, Composer

2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM 2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM

3
Crystal Express
00:05:51

Maison Klaus, Performer - Benoît Widemann, Composer

2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM 2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM

4
Booya Booya
00:06:11

Maison Klaus, Performer - Laurent Cokelaere, Composer

2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM 2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM

5
Mercy Mercy Mercy (feat. Jean-Michel Kajdan)
00:06:32

Maison Klaus, Performer - Josef Zawinul, Composer

2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM 2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM

6
Truth
00:06:15

Maison Klaus, Performer - Alex Ligertwood, Composer

2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM 2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM

7
La bella donna (October Blues) [feat. Francis Arnaud]
00:06:58

Maison Klaus, Performer - Laurent Cokelaere, Composer

2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM 2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM

8
Freedom Jazz Dance
00:04:33

Maison Klaus, Performer - Eddie Harris, Composer

2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM 2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM

9
Down in Mississippi (feat. Axel Tassel)
00:07:09

Maison Klaus, Performer - J.B. Lenoir, Composer

2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM 2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM

10
Voices Inside (Everything Is Everything)
00:05:34

Maison Klaus, Performer - R. Apuzzo, Composer - R. POWELL, Composer - P. Upchurch, Composer

2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM 2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM

11
Mercy Mercy Mercy (Version 2)
00:07:30

Maison Klaus, Performer - Josef Zawinul, Composer

2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM 2017 CCProduction under exclusive license to BBM

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