John Persen / Jøran Rudi & John Persen - Things Take Time album flac
Title: Things Take Time
Style: New Age, Modern
MP3 album: 1851 mb
FLAC album: 1675 mb
Other formats: MP3 VOX MP1 AIFF AA MIDI WAV
Genre: Electronic / Classical
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|A||–John Persen||Things Take Time||29:50|
|B1||–Jøran Rudi & John Persen||7'56''||7:56|
|B2||–Jøran Rudi & John Persen||8'27''||8:27|
|B3||–Jøran Rudi & John Persen||8'05''||8:05|
- Cover, Design – Lubos Hruza
- Liner Notes – Geir Johnson
- Liner Notes [German Translation] – Berit Semb
- Mixed By – John Persen, Mads Claeson