Sweet Soulful Music
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|Sweet Soulful Music|
|Studio album by Andy Fairweather Low|
|Recorded||18-29 April 2005|
|Studio||Sphere Studios, London|
|Andy Fairweather Low chronology|
All tracks composed by Andy Fairweather Low; except where indicated
- "One More Rocket"
- "Hymn 4 My Soul"
- "What'd You Take Me to Be"
- "Ashes and Diamonds"
- "Bible Black Starless Sky"
- "Don't Stand"
- "Life Ain't No Competition"
- "Low Rider"
- "Unbroken Love"
- "I Don't Need"
- "Sweet Soulful Music"
- "Life Is Good"
- "When I Grow Too Old to Dream" (Oscar Hammerstein II, Sigmund Romberg)
- Andy Fairweather Low - vocals, guitar, ukulele, mandolin, harmonica
- Dave Bronze - bass
- Henry Spinetti - drums, percussion
- John "Rabbit" Bundrick - organ, piano
- Katie Kissoon, Carol Kenyon, P. P. Arnold - backing vocals
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