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Alive! At the Village Gate 1962 (feat. Roy Eldridge & Johnny Hodges) [Bonus Track Version]

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Disc 1 of 2
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All the Things You Are
8:22
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Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho
10:37  
03
Mack the Knife
8:50
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It's the Talk of the Town
9:30
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Bean and the Boys
7:02
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If I Had You
8:32
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Caravan
10:27  
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It's the Talk of the Town (Version 2)
7:24
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Bean and the Boys (Version 2)
6:58
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Disc 2 of 2
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Mack the Knife (Version 2)
8:30
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Satin Doll
11:10  
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Perdido
11:31  
04
The Rabbit in Jazz
16:50  
05
Bean Stalkin' (Bonus Track)
4:59
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I Can't Get Started (Bonus Track)
2:44
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Indian Summer (Bonus Track)
2:48
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Willow Weep for Me (Bonus Track)
2:43
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The Walker (Bonus Track)
5:57
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 144:54

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