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The Killing Moon (Symphonic Version)

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The Killing Moon (Symphonic Version)

Andy Wright, Producer - Steve Morris, Violin - Rick Koster, Violin - Karen Jones, Flute - Richard Berry, French Horn - David Lord, Recorded by - Richard George, Violin - Helen Kamminga, Viola - Chris Worsey, Viola - Ian Burdge, Cello - Ed Tarrant, Trombone - Richard Pryce, Double Bass - Everton Nelson, Violin - Ian Humphries, Violin - Andy Crowley, Trumpet - Chris Laurence, Double Bass - Richard Watkins, French Horn - Frank Ricotti, Percussion - Dave Stewart, Trombone - Owen Slade, Tuba - Perry Montague-Mason, Violin - Andy Wood, Trombone - Craig Wild, Trumpet - Ray Staff, Mastering Engineer - Echo & The Bunnymen, MainArtist - Ian Mcculloch, Vocals, Writer - Les Pattinson, Writer, Bass - Will Sergeant, Guitar, Writer - The Bunnymen, Original Producer - Gary Kettel, Timpani - David Thomas, Oboe - David Williams, Violin - Emlyn Singleton, Violin - Patrick Kiernan, Violin - Andy Parker, Viola - Roger Garland, Violin - Cathy Thompson, Violin - Boguslaw Kostecki, Violin - Bruce White, Viola - Mark Berrow, Violin - Mark Nightingale, Trombone - Magnus Johnston, Violin - Nick Barr, Viola - Paul Willey, Violin - Dave Daniels, Cello - Skaila Kanga, Harp - Roger Chase, Viola - Marianne Haynes, Violin - Adrian Bradbury, Cello - Oren Marshall, Tuba - Jenny Sacha, Violin - Mike Lovatt, Trumpet - John Bradbury, Violin - Anna Noakes, Piccolo - Katy Woolley, French Horn - Matt Ward, Violin - Reiad Chibah, Viola - Kathy Gowers, Violin - Hugh Webb, Harp - Paul Edmund-Davies, Flute - David Fuest, Clarinet - Sam Swallow, Conductor, Arranger - Gavin Goldberg, Mixer - Jon Carnac, Clarinet - Natalia Bonner, Violin - Pete de Freitas, Drums, Writer - Jonny Byers, Cello - Phil Cobb, Trumpet - Jackie Hartley, Violin - Janey Miller, Oboe - James Fountain, Trumpet - Lydia Lowndes-Northcott, Viola - Oscar Perks, Violin - Martyn Jackson, Violin - Skalia Kanga, Harp - Clare Findlater, Piccolo - Gavin McNaugton, Bassoon - Goguslaw Kostecki, Violin

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