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Naruse - The Best 22 mp3 flac

Performer: Naruse
Title: The Best 22
Style: Fusion
Released: 1995
Size MP3 version: 1562 mb
Size FLAC version: 1951 mb
Size WMA version: 1538 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 381
Format: MP4 RA AUD ASF AIFF DXD AU
Genre: Jazz

Naruse - The Best 22 mp3 flac


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Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 What Sauce!
Written-By – Yoshihiro Naruse
3:43
1-2 Talk To Myself
Written-By – Yoshihiro Naruse
5:09
1-3 Throughout
Written-By – Yoshihiro Naruse
3:07
1-4 Extraordinary
Written-By – Greg Starr , Yoshihiro Naruse
4:32
1-5 Take A Walk With Me
Written-By – Yoshihiro Naruse
0:48
1-6 Walking Along The Street
Written-By – Yasuo Ogata
4:46
1-7 You Mean Love
Written-By – Yoshihiro Naruse
5:50
1-8 Hey Now
Written-By – Dwight Waldron, Yoshihiro Naruse
4:23
1-9 Night Wave
Written-By – Izumi Wada, Yoshihiro Naruse
4:24
1-10 Physical Freeway
Written-By – Genji Sawai
3:37
1-11 We Both Should Know Better
Written-By – Dwight Waldron, Yoshihiro Naruse
5:51
2-1 Hand Of Wild Guitars
Written-By – Chris Mosdel*, Yoshihiro Naruse
5:28
2-2 Tiger Rhythm
Written-By – Chris Mosdel*, Yoshihiro Naruse
5:21
2-3 How's Your Mammy?
Written-By – Kazuhiko Iwami
4:13
2-4 If You Please
Written-By – Yoshihiro Naruse
4:29
2-5 Jingle Jangle Jam
Written-By – Yoshihiro Naruse
6:31
2-6 Sweet Night Starlight
Written-By – Sumito Ishikawa, Yoshihiro Naruse
4:55
2-7 King Size Slim
Written-By – Yoshihiro Naruse
4:07
2-8 Bassquake Comin' Soon
Written-By – Attie Ranmaru
4:51
2-9 Bathe In Moonbeam
Written-By – Yasuo Ogata
5:53
2-10 Your Natural Charm
Written-By – Yoshihiro Naruse
4:51
2-11 Pink Punk Funk
Written-By – Yoshihiro Naruse
4:45

Notes

Package includes a color insert with a reproduction of the cover art on the front and the track listing on the back. (The inside is blank.) It also includes a black-and-white insert containing songwriting credits and lyrics. Both discs and the inserts are contained in a unique 'Fat Boy' style 2-CD jewel case.

'Bourbon Japan Library' is printed on the right side of the rear insert. (Blue print on a white background.)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: none
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc One): TKCA-70785-1 1
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc One): IFPI L275
  • Matrix / Runout: TKCA-70785-2 3
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L276