℗ 2016 Solo Sounds
 

Solo Instrumentals: Top Hits of the Beatles

David Mansfield

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1
I Want to Hold Your Hand
David Mansfield
2:17
2
Michelle
David Mansfield
3:25
3
Eleanor Rigby
David Mansfield
3:29
4
Dear Prudence
David Mansfield
4:17
5
Come Together
David Mansfield
4:01
6
For No One
David Mansfield
1:59
7
Let It Be
David Mansfield
2:59
8
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
David Mansfield
3:44
9
Something
David Mansfield
2:36
10
Fool on the Hill
David Mansfield
2:29
11
Hey Jude
David Mansfield
3:35
12
Yesterday
David Mansfield
2:53
13
The Long and Winding Road
David Mansfield
2:24
Total Playing Time    40:08
E Street Band accordionist Charlie Giordano, former Bruce Hornsby mandolinist David Mansfield, pianist Rob Arthur and guitarists Ben Hall and Pete Kennedy strip the Beatles down to the basics on this collection of reinterpretations of the Fab Four's biggest hits, performed solo by each musician.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Solo Sounds Studio Masters

1 - 11, 13 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth

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