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The Greatest!, Vol. 1 (The 1955-1957 Masters Complete Collection)

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Tutti frutti
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I'm Just Lonely Guy
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Long Tall Sally
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Slippin' and Slidin'
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Rip It Up
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Ready Teddy
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She's Got It
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Heeby Jeebies
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The Girl Can't Help It
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All Around the World
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Lucille
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Send Me Some Lovin'
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Jenny Jenny
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Miss Ann
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Keep a Knockin'
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Can't Believe You Wanna Leave
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Goog Golly Miss Molly
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Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey
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Ooh! My Soul
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True Fine Mama
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Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 46:53

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