John Edwards & Tom Wheatley - Yoke album download
- Cover [Image] – Daniel Blumberg
- Design – Earshots/Dept2
- Mastered By – Rupert Clervaux
- Music By, Double Bass – John Edwards, Tom Wheatley
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Daniel Kordik
NotesRecorded at the Hundred Years Gallery on 22.02.14 as part of the ongoing Earshots concert series.
|EAR003||John Edwards & Tom Wheatley||John Edwards & Tom Wheatley - Yoke (2xFile, FLAC, Album)||Earshots! Recordings||EAR003||UK||2015|
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Yoke by John Edwards & Tom Wheatley, released 20 May 2015 1. 101 2. 102 This recording documents the first time meeting between two great double bass players, Tom Wheatley and John Edwards. Recorded at the Hundred Years Gallery on 2. 2. 14 as part of the ongoing Earshots concert series. John Edwards (PRS): Double Bass Tom Wheatley: Double Bass Recorded by Daniel Kordik Mastered by Rupert Clervaux.
Music By, Double Bass – John Edwards, Tom Wheatley. Recorded By, Mixed By – Daniel Kordik. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
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Somerset, North Somerset, England.
Tom Edwards, thank you, "much" for becoming my friend.