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In a Mellow Tone

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01
All of Me
3:07  
02
Burgundy Walk
7:10  
03
In a Mellow Tone
6:19  
04
Skokiaan
2:30  
05
Run-About
3:03  
06
Skeip It
3:23  
07
Used to Be Duke
7:24  
08
Sweet As Bear Meat
3:21  
09
Latino
2:55  
10
Medley
14:52  
11
Nothin' Yet
2:41  
12
Tenderly
3:18  
13
Wishing and Waiting
3:21  
14
Tea for Two
3:20  
15
How I Wish I Was Around
4:06  
16
In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree
3:38  
17
Madame Butterfly
3:16  
18
Indiana
3:52  
19
Sweet Georgia Brown
6:00  
20
Come Sunday
2:33  
21
Saint Germain Des Prés Blues
3:20  
22
I Met a Guy
3:40  
23
This Love of Mine
3:08  
24
Sheik of Araby
3:15  
25
Warm Valley
3:23  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 25   Total Length: 106:55

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