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Saxophone Joe & Friends - Balance album flac

  • Performer: Saxophone Joe & Friends
  • Album: Balance
  • FLAC: 1651 mb | MP3: 1634 mb
  • Released: 1986
  • Country: Germany
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Saxophone Joe & Friends - Balance album flac


Herzsprung 3:24
Day Dream 3:56
Caminando 4:19
Any Way 7:08
1000 Gründe 4:45
Long Run 4:14
Day Dream (Instrumental) 4:37
Walzer 3:49
Another Way 6:00


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
103 B Saxophone Joe & Friends* Balance ‎(LP, Album) Music Vision 103 B Germany 1986
61001 Saxophone Joe & Friends* Balance ‎(LP, Album) Team Records 61001 Germany Unknown

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