Various: Wave Music Volume 9, CD
Various: Wave Music Volume 9, CD
€14.90
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Various : Wave Music Volume 9 Joe Cocker / Lamont Dozier / Lee Ritenour / Gordon Haskell / Maxi Priest
and 27 more ...

  • 2×CD
  • Germany
  • Wavemusic
  • (778 548-2)
  • 30 Tracks
  • UPC 603877854822
  • heavy item (150g)
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor surfacemarks on vinyl, minor shelf wear on Digipak

tracks

1-01

Henri Salvador Jazz Mediterranée (Koop Remix)

Remix
  • Koop
3:11
1-02

Ive Mendes If You Leave Me Now

3:58
1-03

Jeff Lorber By My Side

5:08
1-04

Holly Cole / Jesse Cook Fragile

4:00
1-05

[re:jazz] Keep On Movin

4:56
1-06

Alkemx Mare (Ken Moss Remix)

Remix
  • Ken Moss
7:32
1-07

Chris Botti All Would Envy

Featuring
  • Shawn Colvin
5:01
1-08

Gordon Haskell All The Time In The World

4:58
1-09

Janita That's How Life Goes

4:26
1-10

Hil St Soul Until You Come Back To Me (Acoustic Version)

3:07
1-11

Dave Koz Undeniable

4:13
1-12

Will Downing Cool Water

4:03
1-13

Steve Cole Serenity

4:01
1-14

Rick Braun / Phil Perry So Much Trouble

4:24
1-15

Lamont Dozier This Old Heart Of Mine

4:32
2-01

Joe Cocker Kind Of People

4:19
2-02

Lisa Lauren Here Comes The Rain Again

3:52
2-03

Jonathan Butler Rio

3:52
2-04

Lee Ritenour / Maxi Priest I Shot The Sherriff

5:18
2-05

Paul Brown Moment By Moment

4:31
2-06

Camiel Sintra

4:15
2-07

Gabin La Maison

5:55
2-08

Torun Eriksen From Day To Day

4:19
2-09

Full Flava Make It Right

Featuring
  • Donna Odain
4:35
2-10

Cunnie Williams In The Ghetto

3:38
2-11

Peter White She's In Love

Featuring
  • Christopher Cross
4:32
2-12

Rick Braun Missing In Venice

4:17
2-13

Mindi Abair Every Time

3:48
2-14

Michael Lington Show Me

3:37
2-15

Mark Portmann Come As You Are

Featuring
  • Bill Champlin
4:14

Credits

Compiled By
  • Vandroff
  • Woellert

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