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  • Performer: Jeff Somers Band
  • Album: The Origin Of Moonlight
  • FLAC: 1496 mb | MP3: 1462 mb
  • Released: 2005
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Jeff Somers Band - The Origin Of Moonlight album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Poetry In Motion
Musician [Additional], Guitar, Vocals [Gang Vocal] – Dennis PrescottMusician [Additional], Vocals [Gang Vocal] – Marc JolicoeurWritten-By – J. Somers*
2 Soverign Lord
Written-By – J. Somers*
3 All I Can Do (The Kelowna Song)
Written-By – J. Muir*, J. Somers*
4 Nothing Left To Say
Musician [Additional] – Lewisville Baptist Church Senior ChoirWritten-By – J. Muir*, J. Somers*
5 Not Of Me
Written-By – J. Somers*
6 Fountain Suite I
Written-By – J. Somers*
7 Fountain Suite II
Written-By – J. Somers*
8 Faithful
Written-By – J. Somers*
9 Merciful
Written-By – G. Dickinson, J. Somers*Written-By [Chorus Of "Amazing Grace"] – John Newton
10 On A Cross
Musician [Additional], Piano – André LeblancWritten-By – J. Somers*

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Jeff Somers Band
  • Recorded At – Pumpk'n Patch Studios

Credits

  • Bass – Tim Richardson
  • Design [Cover And Album Artwork] – Jeff Somers
  • Drums – Jon Arsenault
  • Guitar, Vocals – Jason Muir
  • Lead Guitar – Jamie Cambers
  • Lead Vocals, Guitar – Jeff Somers
  • Mastered By – Howard England
  • Mixed By, Engineer – Dan Bourgeois*
  • Musician [Additional], Keyboards – Dave Yanofsky
  • Musician [Additional], Percussion – Dan Bourgeois*
  • Photography By – Eric Boutilier-Brown
  • Producer – Jeff Somers, JSB*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 837101096324
  • Matrix / Runout: MP17258 DISC MAKERS

Not On Label (Jeff Somers Band Self-released) ‎– 9362.

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Jeff Somers Band - The Origin Of Moonlight MP3 version. 1620 downloads at 15 mb/s. Jeff Somers Band - The Origin Of Moonlight FLAC version. 1574 downloads at 11 mb/s. Recorded At – Pumpk'n Patch Studios. Bass – Tim Richardson. Design – Jeff Somers. Drums – Jon Arsenault. Guitar, Vocals – Jason Muir.

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