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Music of the Carousel

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Instrumental #1
2:02
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Darktown Strutters Ball
1:42
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Billboard
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Kiss Me Again
2:22
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Instrumental #2
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Sidewalks of New York
2:12
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Instrumental #3
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Turkey in the Straw
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Our Director
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Instrumental #4
1:26
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The March of the Bulgarians
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School Days
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Instrumental #5
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In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 29:28

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My favorite carousel record

Philko

Back in the 60's when I bought this Folkways LP I wore it out playing it for friends.

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Childhood Revisited

chemteacher

Listen to 30 seconds of any selection and you'll be transported back to when you first got on a carousel. The bell ringing at the start of Sidewalks of New York is a nice touch

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