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Dynamic Jazz - Count Basie

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April in Paris
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Jive At five Five
Artist: Count Basie And His Orchestra
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Jumpin' At the Woodside
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Li'l Darlin'
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One O'Clock Jump
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Jeepers Creepers
Artist: Count Basie & Tony Bennett
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The Kid from Red Bank
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Flight of the Foo Birds
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Basie Boogie
Artist: Count Basie And His Orchestra
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Teddy the Toad
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Open the Door, Richard!
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What Am I Here For?
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Mambo Inn
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Duet
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Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
Artist: Count Basie and His Orchestra & Helen Humes
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You Can Depend On Me
Artist: Count Basie Sextet
3:12
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Shiny Stockings
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Double-O
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Fantail
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Didn't You?
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Midnite Blue
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Midgets
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Corner Pocket
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Magic
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Clap Hands, Here Come Charlie
Artist: Count Basie And His Orchestra
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Splanky
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After Supper
3:26
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Broadway
Artist: Count Basie And His Orchestra
2:56
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Sweetie Cakes
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Whirlybird
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Dinner With Friends
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Total Tracks: 31   Total Length: 107:02

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