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I Love My Man

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01
Georgia On My Mind (Remastered)
3:20  
02
Let's Do It - Let's Fall In Love (Remastered)
2:57  
03
I'll Be Seeing You (Remastered)
3:40  
04
The Blues Are Brewin' (Remastered)
3:45  
05
My Old Flame (Remastered)
3:37  
06
What Is This Thing Called Love? (Remastered)
3:14  
07
The Man I Love (Remastered)
3:06  
08
Milenberg Joys (Remastered)
1:56  
09
Until the Real Thing Comes Along (Remastered)
3:09  
10
I Love My Man (Remastered)
3:11  
11
God Bless the Child (Remastered)
3:00  
12
Ps I Love You (Remastered)
3:40  
13
Brahms' Lullaby (Remastered)
0:49  
14
Weep No More (Remastered)
3:23  
15
I'm In a Low-Down Corner (Remastered)
3:10  
16
You Better Go Now (Remastered)
2:36  
17
Embraceable You (Remastered)
3:07  
18
The Ole Devil Called Love (Remastered)
2:56  
19
Mandy Is Two (Remastered)
3:02  
20
Big Stuff (Remastered)
2:32  
21
Baby I Don't Cry Over You (Remastered)
3:11  
22
Deep Song (Remastered)
3:12  
23
I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You) (Remastered)
3:21  
24
Beale Street Stomp (Remastered)
1:07  
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Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 71:01

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