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01
Braggin' In Brass
2:29  
02
Portrait Of The Lion
2:20  
03
Anatomy Of A Murder
2:43  
04
Overture (The Nutcracker Suite)
3:34  
05
Toot Toot Tootie Toot
2:40  
06
Sugar Rum Cherry (Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy)
3:17  
07
Chinoiserie (Chinese Dance)
2:57  
08
Dance Of The Floreadores (Waltz Of The Flowers)
4:17  
09
Arabesque Cookie (Arabian Dance)
6:02  
10
Mood Indigo
15:20  
11
The Tattooed Bride
11:40  
12
Solitude
8:21  
13
Jungle Nights In Harlem
2:59  
14
Saratoga Swing
2:47  
15
Stevedore Stomp
2:48  
16
Haunted Nights
3:15  
17
Creole Rhapsody
8:27  
18
Shout 'Em Aunt Tillie
3:00  
19
Arabian Lover
2:48  
20
Ring Dem Bells
2:57  
21
Summertime
2:15  
22
Laura
4:18  
23
I Can't Get Started
4:29  
24
My Funny Valentine
4:53  
25
Deep Purple
3:40  
26
Indian Summer
3:04  
27
Blues
7:05  
28
Such Sweet Thunder
3:21  
29
Sonnet For Caesar
2:59  
30
Sonnet To Hank Cinq
1:21  
31
Lady Mac
3:39  
32
Sonnet In Search Of A Moor
2:23  
33
The Telecasters
3:04  
34
Up And Down, Up And Down (I Will Lead Them Up And Down)
3:04  
35
Sonnet For Sister Kate
2:22  
36
The Star-Crossed Lovers
4:01  
37
Madness In Great Ones
3:25  
38
Half The Fun
4:13  
39
Circle Of Fourths
1:45  
40
Band Call
2:32  
41
Solvejg's Song
4:01  
42
Midnight Indigo
2:31  
43
Grace Valse
2:34  
44
Happy Go Lucky Local
2:59  
45
What Am I Here For
4:03  
46
Kinda Dukish; Rockin' In Rhythm
5:48  
47
I'm Beginning To See The Light
2:04  
48
Midriff
4:22  
49
Main Stem
4:12  
50
Copout Extension
8:10  
51
Idiom '59 Part 2
4:30  
52
Launching Pad
7:27  
53
Pie Eye's Blues
3:25  
54
Sweet And Pungent
4:01  
55
C Jam Blues
4:49  
56
In A Mellow Tone
2:41  
57
Blues In Blueprint
3:41  
58
The Swingers Get The Blues Too
3:06  
59
The Swinger's Jump
3:51  
60
Blues In Orbit
2:27  
61
Viles Ville Is The Place, Man
2:28  
62
Everything But You
2:58  
63
Frustration
3:48  
64
Cotton Tail
2:52  
65
Day Dream
3:38  
66
Black And Tan Fantasy
5:18  
67
Stompin' At The Savoy
5:13  
68
In The Mood
6:10  
69
One O'Clock Jump
5:22  
70
Honeysuckle Rose
4:26  
71
Flying Home
6:18  
72
Warm Valley
3:28  
73
Liza
3:21  
74
Three Little Words
2:51  
75
Cocktails For Two
3:03  
76
Star Dust
2:33  
77
Flamingo
3:51  
78
My Old Flame
3:21  
79
Boo-Dan
3:02  
80
I Can't Give You Anything But Love
3:17  
81
Stormy Weather
3:16  
82
Creole Love Call
3:52  
83
Stompy Jones
3:58  
84
Jeep Is Jumpin' The
2:28  
85
Jack The Bear
3:23  
86
Stomp, Look And Listen
2:43  
87
Unbooted Character
4:23  
88
Lonesome Lullaby
3:21  
89
Upper Manhattan Medical Group
3:09  
90
Where Or When
4:43  
91
Prelude To A Kiss
3:05  
92
Syncopated Shuffle
2:31  
93
Jazz Convulsions
2:40  
94
Jungle Jamboree
2:43  
95
Snake Hip Dance
2:49  
96
Limehouse Blues
2:59  
97
Rocky Mountain Blues
2:58  
98
Washington Wobble
2:59  
99
Rent Party Blues
3:28  
100
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
2:42  
101
The Duke Steps Out
3:07  
102
Anitra's Dance
2:59  
103
In The Hall Of The Mountain King
2:35  
104
Backiff
5:47  
105
If I Give My Heart To You
2:41  
106
Ko-Ko
2:43  
107
Ase's Death
3:50  
108
Duel Fuel Part 1
2:46  
109
Duel Fuel Part 2
3:59  
110
Duel Fuel Part 3
3:02  
111
Things Ain't What They Used To Be
2:55  
112
Three J's Blues
2:52  
113
Smada
2:36  
114
The Dicty Glide
3:10  
115
Reflections In D
3:33  
116
All Too Soon
3:32  
117
Satin Doll
2:58  
118
Tenderly
5:21  
119
East St Louis Toole-Oo
3:34  
120
Morning Mood
4:26  
121
Little Posey
2:39  
122
Peanut Brittle Brigade (March)
4:55  
123
Entr'Acte
2:00  
124
The Volga Vouty (Russian Dance)
3:03  
125
Take The 'A' Train
5:29  
126
Cotton Club Stomp
2:56  
127
Dinah's In A Jam
2:49  
128
Hot Feet
2:36  
129
Sophisticated Lady
11:24  
130
It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
4:25  
131
Perdido
6:43  
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Total Tracks: 131   Total Length: 502:09

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