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Lost Tapes Vol 3

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01
Opening Cadenza
1:37
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02
Blue Birdland
1:03
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03
Take the A Train
2:55
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04
People
3:22
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Living in the Past
5:48
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06
Got the Spirit
11:21  
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Gellers Cellar
6:26
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Sweet Rosetta
6:31
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Three More Foxes
6:57
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Chameleon
6:48
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Tommy
13:33  
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Pagliacci
10:03  
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Cadenza End
1:22
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 77:46

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