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Lionel Hampton

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Disc 1 of 2
01
China Stomp
2:55  
02
I Know That You Know
2:55  
03
On the Sunny Side of the Street
3:13  
04
Drum Stomp
3:11  
05
After You've Gone
3:02  
06
Ring Dem Bells
3:23  
07
Muskrat Ramble
3:19  
08
Shoe Shiner's Drag
3:24  
09
High Society
3:15  
10
It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
3:14  
11
Sweethearts On Parade
2:59  
12
Twelfth Street Rag
3:08  
13
Memories of You
3:13  
14
One Sweet Letter from You
3:22  
15
Flying Home
3:14  
16
I've Found a New Baby
2:51  
17
Four or Five Times
2:51  
18
Soft Winds
2:26  
19
The Sheik of Araby
3:19  
20
Dinah
2:40  
21
Singin' the Blues (Till My Daddy Comes Home)
2:53  
22
House of Morgan
2:51  
23
Jivin' With Jarvis
2:38  
24
Blue Because of You
2:59  
25
Doug-Rey-Mi
3:09  
Disc 2 of 2
01
Flying Home (Ver. 1)
3:12  
02
In the Bag
3:25  
03
Hamp's Boogie Woogie (Ver. 1)
3:16  
04
Flying Home (Ver. 2)
3:25  
05
Loose Wig
3:05  
06
Vibe Boogie
5:27  
07
Screamin' Boogie
5:48  
08
Doublin' With Dublin
3:08  
09
Ribs and Hot Sauce
2:31  
10
Blow Top Blues
3:26  
11
Two Finger Boogie
3:17  
12
Beulah's Boogie
3:15  
13
Playboy
3:23  
14
Punch and Judy
3:17  
15
Pinetop's Boogie Woogie
3:12  
16
Hey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop
3:19  
17
Slide Hamp Slide
2:48  
18
On the Sunny Side of the Street
2:44  
19
Rockin' in Rhythm, Pt. 1
2:55  
20
Rockin' in Rhythm, Pt. 2
2:52  
21
Empty Glass
3:08  
22
Hamp's Walking Boogie
2:58  
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Total Tracks: 47   Total Length: 150:15

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