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Live In Bangkok 1956

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Let's Dance
0:44
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Don't Be That Way
4:04
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King Porter Stomp
3:12
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Trigger Fantasy
4:28
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Roll 'Em
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One O'Clock Jump
6:09
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Down South Camp Meeting
3:16
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Yarm Yen / In The Evening
5:47
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Sugar Foot Stomp
5:15
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Big John Special
3:24
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Flying Home
4:05
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The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
3:46
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Oh, Lady Be Good
3:50
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Sai Fon / Falling Rain
3:10
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Stompin' At The Savoy
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Thai Royal Anthem
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