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Solo Saxophone: Amy Winehouse's Frank

Henry Westmoreland

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1
Intro
Henry Westmoreland
0:43
2
Stronger Than Me
Henry Westmoreland
2:50
3
You Sent Me Flying
Henry Westmoreland
3:38
4
Cherry
Henry Westmoreland
1:52
5
Know You Now
Henry Westmoreland
2:43
6
Fuck Me Pumps
Henry Westmoreland
2:45
7
I Heard Love Is Blind
Henry Westmoreland
2:07
8
Moody's Mood for Love
Henry Westmoreland
2:02
9
Teo Licks
Henry Westmoreland
0:34
10
(There Is) No Greater Love
Henry Westmoreland
2:01
11
In My Bed
Henry Westmoreland
4:20
12
Take the Box
Henry Westmoreland
2:31
13
October Song
Henry Westmoreland
2:43
14
What Is It About Men
Henry Westmoreland
2:39
15
Amy Amy Amy
Henry Westmoreland
2:55
16
Outro
Henry Westmoreland
1:12
17
Brother
Henry Westmoreland
3:18
18
Mr Magic (Through the Smoke)
Henry Westmoreland
3:05
Total Playing Time    43:58
Saxophonist Henry Westmoreland of the Squirrel Nut Zippers remembers Amy Winehouse with these solo sax interpretations of songs from her debut multi-million seller Frank, an album which features lots of saxophone and other horns.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Solo Sounds Studio Masters

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