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Tambour Battant - Surf the Wave
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Tambour Battant, Performer - Benjamin Fournier, Composer - Nicolas Baloche, Composer - Christopher Gooden, Writer - Errol Gooden, Writer - Wayne Henry, Writer
Tambour Battant, Performer - Benjamin Fournier, Composer - Nicolas Baloche, Composer - Christopher Gooden, Writer - Errol Gooden, Writer - Wayne Henry, Writer - Koos, Arranger, Remixer
Tambour Battant, Performer - Benjamin Fournier, Composer - Nicolas Baloche, Composer - Christopher Gooden, Writer - Errol Gooden, Writer - Wayne Henry, Writer - Zblu, Arranger, Remixer
Tambour Battant, Performer - Benjamin Fournier, Composer - Nicolas Baloche, Composer
Tambour Battant, Performer - Christopher Gooden, Composer, Writer - Errol Gooden, Composer, Writer - Wayne Henry, Composer, Writer
About the album
- 1 disc(s) - 5 track(s)
- Total length: 00:22:15
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