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Freedom Suite [ Keepnews Collection ]

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01
The Freedom Suite
19:35  
02
Someday I'll Find You
4:40  
03
Will You Still Be Mine
2:58  
04
Till There Was You (take 4)
5:00  
05
Shadow Waltz
4:16  
06
Till There Was You (take 1)
4:20  
07
Till There was You (take 3)
4:58  
08
There Will Never Be Another You
5:48  
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