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CROSS AT ZEBRA

Jaz

Crossover Prog


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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Les Fils De L'Alchimiste (4:20)
2. Lily Chrome Guitar (2:46)
3. Cross at Zebra (8:00)
4. Seconde Chance (3:35)
5. Les Bords De Loire (2:52)
6. Fukushima Hope Waltz (3:38)
7. Le Peuple Du Ciel (2:59)
8. Honeyburst (2:34)
9. Lonely in the Schoolyard (1:58)
10. Le Portrait (4:25)

Total time 37:07

Line-up / Musicians

- Jean Marc Corvisier / all instruments
With:
- Jean Claude Ansenne / vocals

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