Album Eliza Doolittle - Mr. Medicine
|1||Mr. Medicine (Instrumental)||3:28|
|none||Eliza Doolittle||Mr. Medicine (CDr, Single, Promo)||EMI Music Denmark||none||Denmark||2010|
|00299||Eliza Doolittle||Mr Medicine (CDr, Promo)||Parlophone||00299||Australia||2011|
- Backing Vocals – Eliza Doolittle
- Keyboards [Keys] – John Beck
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Guitar, Bass, Programmed By – Steve Chrisanthou
- Written-By – Eliza Doolittle, John Beck , Steve Chrisanthou
Published by Universal Music Publishing / Gold Groove.
Produced, Recorded and Mixed at 600feet Studio.
For promotional use only. Not for resale. This promotional CD has been released by EMI Records Ltd on the express condition that ownership and title remain vested in EMI which may require delivery up of this record at any time. It may not be sold, transferred, altered or copied (including burning or uploading to the internet) without the express prior written approval of EMI.
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