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RILEY, Philip: Pattern of Lands (A)

    

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RILEY, Philip: Pattern of Lands (A)


Riley, Philip

  A Pattern Of Lands
1.   A Pattern Of Lands 00:05:55
  Fishing The Pearl Of Heaven
2.   Fishing The Pearl Of Heaven 00:11:03
  Thunder On The Savannah
3.   Thunder On The Savannah 00:04:18
  Inward To The Heart
4.   Inward ToThe Heart 00:03:09
  Secret Egypt
5.   Secret Egypt 00:04:43
  Just Breathe
6.   Just Breathe 00:06:16
  All The Lands My Mother Sang
7.   All The Lands My Mother Sang 00:05:22
  Traveller
8.   Traveller 00:07:06

Total Playing Time: 00:47:52






Composer(s):
Riley, Philip

Artist(s):
Riley, Philip

Label: White Cloud

Genre: Contemporary Instrumental

Period: Medieval

Catalogue No: 11018-2

Barcode: 0747313001828

Physical Release: 06/1996

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