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The Heavy Circles [Slimline]

The Heavy Circles [Slimline]

Artist: The Heavy Circles

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Digital Album: $9.99
The Heavy Circles [Slimline]
The Heavy Circles [Slimline]

Artist: The Heavy Circles
MP3
1. Henri
2. Better
3. Ready to Play
4. Confused
5. Easier
6. Maximo
7. Wait and Wait
8. Need a Friend
9. Dynamite Child
10. Oh Darling

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Virtual Label
Rel. Date: 02/12/2008
UPC: 881626909126

More Info:

The Heavy Circles are Harper Simon and Edie Brickell joined by friends Sean Lennon, Yuka & Miho from Ciba Matto, Money Mark & others. While stylishly different from Brickells New Bohemians, for Harper Simon this group spotlights his blossoming songwriting talents and natural ability to produce. Co-produced by Bryce Goggin whose CV includes work with Pavement, Luna, Apples in Stereo.

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