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Sonny Rollins in France (Aix En Provence), 1959 (feat. Henry Grimes, Kenny Clarke) [Doxy Collection, Remastered Live]

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Woodin' You (feat. Henry Grimes, Kenny Clarke) [Remastered Live]
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But Not for Me (feat. Henry Grimes, Kenny Clarke) [Remastered Live]
17:38  
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Lady Bird (feat. Henry Grimes, Kenny Clarke) [Remastered Live]
18:39  
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