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Involuntary Sway - Jenny Gillespie - Cure For Dreaming (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Doulkree
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  3. Sagal
    Cure for Dreaming by Jenny Gillespie, released 29 January 1. Dhyana by the River 2. No Stone 3. Part Potawatomi 4. Evening Loving 5. Last Mystery Train 6. Involuntary Sway 7. His Voyage Innocent 8.
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  4. Talmaran
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Hollywood Pressing Vinyl release of Dreaming My Dreams on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - AFL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Hollywood Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country.
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  7. Talkree
    Waylon- Dreaming My Dreams Excellent as always! After work and weekends I'm generally rockin' with Waylon playing on Amazon Prime music. (When TWC is working properly) or his cd's. The CD/DVD combo Never Say Die. (his last performance in Nashville) is probably my favorite. I purchased this cd/DVD set on Amazon too worth every penny and more/5().
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  8. Vudora
    Izzy: “Involuntary Sway” is one of my first favorite tracks of , so I’m curious how that particular track came about. It reminds me very much of some of the best singer/songwriters of the ’90s. Jenny: Thanks! It came from a bass line I wrote, then unfolded very quickly on the piano.
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