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Essential Live Collection

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01
God Bless The Child
3:22  
02
Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me
3:25  
03
Ain't Nobody's Business
3:24  
04
They Can't Take That Away From Me
2:55  
05
Willow Weep For Me
2:19  
06
Them There Eyes
2:46  
07
Keeps On Rainin'
3:00  
08
My Man
3:22  
09
Travelin' Light
1:53  
10
Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans
2:22  
11
Lover Come Back To Me
2:45  
12
Don't Explain
2:17  
13
Too Marvelous For Words
3:32  
14
Billie's Blues
2:31  
15
Foolin' Myself
2:21  
16
Nice Work If You Can Get It
1:44  
17
I'll Get By
8:48  
18
Fine And Mellow
1:16  
19
You're Driving Me Crazy
3:32  
20
Good Morning Heartache
3:52  
21
All Of Me
5:08  
22
What A Little Moonlight Can Do
2:30  
23
I Cover The Waterfront
3:29  
24
Stormy Weather
3:37  
25
I Only Have Eyes For You
2:46  
26
When Your Lover Has Gone
2:22  
27
Lover Man
2:45  
28
Lost My Man Blues
1:56  
29
Mort Sahl
0:24  
30
Porgy
3:08  
31
Swing Brother Swing
1:50  
32
Miss Brown To You
2:01  
33
Ghost Of A Chance
3:44  
34
You Go To My Head
3:30  
35
Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
2:12  
36
Strange Fruit
3:19  
37
You'd Better Go Now
3:16  
38
Maybe You'll Be There
3:31  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 38   Total Length: 112:54

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