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Jazzabelle

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Your Molecular Structure
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Weeping Willow Blues
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Everybody Cryin' Mercy
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Rio De Janeiro Blues
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You're My Thrill
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Long As You're Living
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Elona
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Do Your Duty
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Don't You Feel My Leg (Don't You Get Me High)
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September Rain
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Southern Music
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Where
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 52:39

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Maria Muldaur’s Jazzabelle is a set of jazz and blues material recorded with piano trios, which are fronted by David Torkanowsky, Dave Matthews, and John R. Burr. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine