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Live In Paris

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01
Singin the Blues (Live 1957)
2:23
 
02
Angels Eyes (Live 1957)
3:33
 
03
Airmail Special (Live 1957)
3:46
 
04
Ella's Comments (Live 1957)
0:37  
05
C'est magnifique (Live 1957)
3:38
 
06
Misty (Live 1957)
3:14
 
07
My Funny Valentine (Live 1957)
2:39
 
08
Hallelujah I Love Him So (Live 1957)
3:02
 
09
Take the A Train (Live 1957)
4:56
 
10
Mack the Knife (Live 1957)
3:56
 
11
Won't You Come Home Bill Baley (Live 1957)
3:53
 
12
April In Paris (Live 1957)
4:02
 
13
It Don't Mean a Thing (Live 1957)
7:17
 
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 46:56

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By Will Friedwald, Contributor

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