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Chilly Winds Don't Blow

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Satin Doll
3:38  
02
The Gal from Joe's
2:09  
03
My Baby Just Cares for Me
3:39  
04
Merry Mending
2:35  
05
Something to Live for
2:56  
06
If He Changed My Name
3:59  
07
Solitude
3:46  
08
I Like the Sunrise
3:02  
09
Blue Prelude
3:24  
10
Don't Smoke in Bed
3:15  
11
Central Park Blues
6:52  
12
Willow Weep for Me
3:15  
13
Can't Get Out of This Mood
2:34  
14
Tomorrow (We Will Meet Once More)
3:04  
15
Hey, Buddy Bolden
2:28  
16
It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
2:34  
17
Chilly Winds Don't Blow
2:46  
18
Mood Indigo
4:03  
19
Love Me or Leave Me
3:24  
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Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 63:23

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