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Silver And Fire

M. Craft

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1
Silver and Fire
00:04:14

Paul Cook, Drums - Martin Craft, Producer, Mixer, Lead Vocals, Writer, Recorded by, All Instruments - M. Craft, MainArtist - Daniel Lea, Recorded by

© 2006 679 Recordings Ltd. ℗ 2006 679 Recordings Ltd.

2
Emily Snow
00:04:06

Paul Cook, Drums - Martin Craft, Producer, Mixer, Writer - Ali Love, Background Vocals - Robert Harder, Recorded by - Tree Carr, Background Vocals - M. Craft, MainArtist

© 2006 679 Recordings Ltd. ℗ 2004 679 Recordings Ltd.

3
You Are the Music
00:03:24

Paul Cook, Drums - Martin Craft, Producer, Mixer, Lead Vocals, Writer, Recorded by, All Instruments - Ali Love, Backing Vocals - Tree Carr, Backing Vocals - M. Craft, MainArtist - Daniel Lea, Recorded by

© 2006 679 Recordings Ltd. ℗ 2006 679 Recordings Ltd.

4
I Got Nobody Waiting for Me
00:03:48

Nick Craft, Background Vocals - Martin Craft, Producer, Mixer, Lead Vocals, Writer, Recorded by, All Instruments - M. Craft, MainArtist - Daniel Lea, Background Vocals, Recorded by

© 2006 679 Recordings Ltd. ℗ 2006 679 Recordings Ltd.

5
Love Knows How to Fight
00:03:33

Paul Cook, Drums - Martin Craft, Producer, Mixer, Lead Vocals, Writer, Recorded by, All Instruments - Tree Carr, Background Vocals - M. Craft, MainArtist - Daniel Lea, Background Vocals, Recorded by

© 2006 679 Recordings Ltd. ℗ 2006 679 Recordings Ltd.

6
Lucile (Where Did the Love Go?)
00:03:35

Paul Cook, Drums - Martin Craft, Producer, Mixer, Lead Vocals, Writer, Recorded by, All Instruments - Maya Lubinsky, Background Vocals - M. Craft, MainArtist - Daniel Lea, Recorded by

© 2006 679 Recordings Ltd. ℗ 2006 679 Recordings Ltd.

7
Dragonfly
00:03:15

Bill Darlington, Drums - J Walker, Producer, Engineer, Piano - Martin Craft, Producer, Mixer, Engineer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Robert Harder, Mixer, Engineer - M. Craft, MainArtist

© 2006 679 Recordings Ltd. ℗ 2003 679 Recordings Ltd.

8
Snowbird
00:05:29

Paul Cook, Drums, Background Vocals - Martin Craft, Producer, Mixer, Lead Vocals, Writer, Recorded by, All Instruments - Tree Carr, Background Vocals - M. Craft, MainArtist - Daniel Lea, Recorded by

© 2006 679 Recordings Ltd. ℗ 2005 679 Recordings Ltd.

9
Sweets
00:03:14

Paul Jones, Mixer, Engineer - J Walker, Producer, Engineer - Martin Craft, Producer, Mixer, Engineer, Vocals, Writer, Instruments - Robert Harder, Mixer - Sarah Cartwright, Backing Vocals - M. Craft, MainArtist

© 2006 679 Recordings Ltd. ℗ 2003 679 Recordings Ltd.

10
The Soldier
00:04:32

Paul Cook, Drums, Percussion, Programmer - Martin Craft, Producer, Mixer, Lead Vocals, Writer, Recorded by, All Instruments - Tree Carr, Background Vocals - Maya Lubinsky, Background Vocals - Katherine Point, Background Vocals - M. Craft, MainArtist - Daniel Lea, Recorded by

© 2006 679 Recordings Ltd. ℗ 2005 679 Recordings Ltd.

11
Teardrop Tattoo
00:06:08

Martin Craft, Producer, Mixer, Lead Vocals, Writer, Recorded by, All Instruments - Maya Lubinsky, Background Vocals - M. Craft, MainArtist - Daniel Lea, Organ, Recorded by

© 2006 679 Recordings Ltd. ℗ 2005 679 Recordings Ltd.

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