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Stan Getz. Autumn Leaves - 27 Standards

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Indian Summer
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There's A Small Hotel
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What's New?
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Too Marvellous For Words
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I've Got You Under My Skin
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My Old Flame
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You Stepped Out Of A Dream
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Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
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The Lady In Red
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Gone With The Wind
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On The Alamo
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Yesterdays
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You Go To My Head
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Strike Up The Band
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Imagination
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Out Of Nowhere
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'S Wonderful
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It Might As Well Be Spring
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This Song Is You
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Moonlight In Vermont
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Tenderly
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The Way You Look Tonight
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Stars Fell On Alabama
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Lullaby of Birdland
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Autumn Leaves
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Fools Rush In
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These Foolish Things
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Total Tracks: 27   Total Length: 79:04

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Same Old?

ronjazz

This appears to have many of the same tracks as "The Complete Roost Recordings" and the Johnny Smith "Moonlight In Vermont" record. It's great, but nothing that hasn't been around for a while.

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