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Complete Jazz Series 1941 - 1944

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01
West End Blues (05-07-41)
3:12  
02
Ain't Misbehavin' (05-07-41)
2:42  
03
Blues In My Condition (05-07-41)
2:56  
04
G-Men (05-07-41)
2:44  
05
Sleepy Valley (04-01-42)
2:57  
06
Marcheta (04-01-42)
3:06  
07
When My Baby Left Me (04-01-42)
2:42  
08
Fly Right (Epistrophy) (04-01-42)
2:34  
09
You Talk A Little Trash (01-04-44)
3:03  
10
Floogie Boo (01-04-44)
2:40  
11
I Don't Know (01-04-44)
3:18  
12
Do Some War Work, Baby (01-04-44)
3:10  
13
My Old Flame (01-06-44)
3:20  
14
Sweet Lorraine (01-06-44)
3:10  
15
Echoes Of Harlem (01-06-44)
3:08  
16
Honeysuckle Rose (01-06-44)
3:11  
17
Now I Know (01-06-44)
3:07  
18
Tess's Torch Song (I Had A Man) (01-06-44)
2:37  
19
Red Blues (01-06-44)
3:12  
20
Things Ain't What They Used To Be (01-06-44)
3:20  
21
Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't (08-22-44)
2:50  
22
Somebody's Gotta Go (08-22-44)
3:23  
23
Round Midnight (08-22-44)
3:22  
24
Blue Garden Blues (Royal Garden Blues) (08-22-44)
3:16  
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Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 73:00

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