Richard Barone: Cool Blue Halo, LP (Vinyl)
Richard Barone: Cool Blue Halo, LP (Vinyl)
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Richard Barone : Cool Blue Halo

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
weißes Vinyl
  • Line Records
  • (LILP 4.00707 J)
  • 10 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX+ / EX
  • used

tracks

A1

The Bulrushes

2:57
A2

I Belong To Me

3:57
A3

The Visit

Written By
3:35
A4

Tangled In Your Web

4:10
A5

Silent Symphony / Flew A Falcon

5:50
B1

Cry Baby Cry

Written By
3:22
B2

Sweet Blue Cage

3:22
B3

The Man Who Sold The World

Written By
4:08
B4

Love Is A Wind That Screams

4:36
B5

Number With Wings

4:20

Credits

Acoustic Guitar
  • Nick Celeste
Backing Vocals
  • Nick Celeste
Art Direction
  • Murray Brenman
Artwork By
  • Robert Molnar
Cello
  • Jane Scarpantoni
Engineer
  • Brendan McCabe
Executive Producer
  • Vince Mauro
Mastered By
  • Greg Calbi
Mixed By
  • Jeff Lord-Alge
  • Frankie D'Augusta
Percussion
  • Valerie Naranjo
Vibraphone
  • Valerie Naranjo
Piano
  • Valerie Naranjo
Photography
  • William Duke
Producer
  • Rich Thomas
Recorded By
  • Mark Shane
  • Randy Ezratty
Vocals
  • Richard Barone
Electric Guitar
  • Richard Barone
Written By

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