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Swingin' Live In Hollywood

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Little Girl Kimbi
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Geller's Celler
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Ain't Life Grand?
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Blue Birdland
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Great Guns
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Groover Wailin'
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Lady Bug
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Christmas For Moderns
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My Funny Valentine
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Early Hours
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Free Lee
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The Wailing Boat
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Stand Up And Preach
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Dancing Nitely
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Rosebud
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More West
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Velvet
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Maynard The Fox
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Goodbye Mr. Chops
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Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 77:49

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