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1936-43 Live Broadcasts

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01
Introduction / It's Rhythm Coming To Life Again (1936 Film Short)
0:59
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02
Rhythm Is Our Business (1936 Film Short)
1:58
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03
You Can't Pull The Wool Over My Eyes (1936 Film Short)
1:29
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04
Moonlight On The Ganges (1936 Film Short)
1:57
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05
Nagasaki (1936 Film Short)
2:52
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06
Honeysuckle Rose (1939 New York)
2:37
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Cheatin' On Me (Saturday Night Swing Club January 28, 1939)
2:37
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'Tain't What You Do (Saturday Night Swing Club January 28, 1939)
3:13
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09
Well Aw Right Then (June 11, 1939)
4:21
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Introduction / Swingin' On C (Fiesta Danceteria 42nd Street Times Square June 1940)
3:33
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Make Believe (Fiesta Danceteria 42nd Street Times Square June 1940)
3:17
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My Blue Heaven (Fiesta Danceteria 42nd Street Times Square June 1940)
3:15
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Monotony In Four Flats (Fiesta Danceteria 42nd Street Times Square June 1940)
2:50
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14
Chopin's Prelude #7 (Fiesta Danceteria 42nd Street Times Square June 1940)
2:42
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My Melancholy Baby (Fiesta Danceteria 42nd Street Times Square June 1940)
1:38
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Lunceford Special / Closing (Fiesta Danceteria 42nd Street Times Square June 1940)
1:25
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Lazy River (Casa Manana July 19, 1941)
5:04
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Introduction / Hallelujah (Jubilee Show June 28, 1943)
3:02
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Wham (Jubilee Show June 28, 1943)
2:35
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For Dancer's Only (Jubilee Show June 28, 1943)
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Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 55:31

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