Listen to work arranged, produced, recorded, mixed, and/or mastered in part or in whole, at Brian Dunbar Studio

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Skin - by Rory Graham, Jonny Coffer, Jamie Scott, Mike Needle, Dan Bryer
© 2016 Warner/Chappell Music Ltd, B-Unique Music, RRWP Limited and EMI Music Publishing Ltd

Lead vocals - Monica

Only You - by Monica © 2019
Arr. by Brian Dunbar

Vocals - Monica
Cello - Blake Bonde
Piano - Brian Dunbar

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From the CD Never Gonna Stop Singing

By Bryan & Katie Torwalt © 2011 Capitol CMG Genesis (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | Jesus Culture Music (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing)

Vocals - Mollie Baker
Guitars - Blair Price
Bass - Gene Frank
Drums - Justin Koepplin
Keyboards - April Rowe


By Jon Foreman (Switchfoot) 
© 2008 Rubadub Rublishing Publishing

Beauty and simplicity:
A guitar, two singers,
the key of C major,
and four chords

Vocals - Brad & Sarah Jorde
Guitar - Brad Jorde


By Kendall Clausen © 2017

Vocals & Ukulele - Kendall Clausen
Drums - Jason Hanson
All other instruments - Brian Dunbar



By Lee Mendelson and David Benoit © 2005 Songs of Universal, Inc., David Benoit Music, and Lee Mendelson Film Productions, Inc. From 40 Years - A Charlie Brown Christmas. This arrangement © 2016 Brian Dunbar.

Vocals - Debbie Kilgallin
Soprano Saxophone - Melissa Rozsa
Drums - Dave Evans
Piano & all other instruments - Brian Dunbar

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Original music and Voice Over (ends abruptly because it loops seamlessly back to the beginning)

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Coming in December 2019: Music from the video game Shadow Star

Guest Host Charles Yang shares the stage with co-host/pianist Peter Dugan and From the Top young musicians Charlotte Marckx, violin, and Benjamin Lee, erhu. Have you ever heard the erhu played like this? Listen to Show 364 from Beaver Creek, CO at www.fromthetop.org/listen or where ever you get your podcasts.

Months after 15-year-old Benjamin Lee came in to create an audition recording for NPR’s “From the Top,” he appeared on the show.