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Peasant Tasting Christmas Dinner

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01
Malaguena
4:20
 
02
Whatever Lola Wants
2:25
 
03
Royal Blue
5:48
 
04
Rendezvous at Sunset
4:13
 
05
We'll be together Again
3:06
 
06
I Get Along Without You Very Well
5:02
 
07
Lover
2:34
 
08
Stairway to the Stars
5:46
 
09
The Structures
3:46
 
10
Frank Speaking
3:10
 
11
Out of this World
5:41
 
12
Baubles, Bangles And Beads
2:41
 
13
Hey There
2:28
 
14
Concerto to end all Concertos
6:59
 
15
My Lady
3:16
 
16
Somewhere
3:10
 
17
Something's Coming
3:34
 
18
Lullabye Of Broadway
2:37
 
19
Officer Krupke
2:57
 
20
Maria
4:25
 
21
My old Flame
3:59
 
22
La Quera Baila
5:04
 
23
Artistry In Rhythm
5:33
 
24
Random Riff
3:46
 
25
The End Of A Love Affair
5:48
 
26
Speak Low
3:24
 
27
Taunting Scene
3:52
 
28
Body and Soul
5:16
 
29
The Night We called it a Day
2:37
 
30
Portrait of a Count
3:13
 
31
The Big Chase
4:14
 
32
The Things we did last Summer
3:14
 
33
Young Blood
3:11
 
34
Fuego Cubano
5:57
 
35
Tuxedo Junction
3:25
 
36
Prologue
9:53
 
37
Puck's Blues
3:44
 
38
Southern Scandal
3:01
 
39
Bernie's Tune
3:41
 
40
Turtle Talk
5:27
 
41
Begin the Bguine
3:38
 
42
How deep is the Ocean
3:09
 
43
Reflections
3:51
 
44
El Congo Valiente
5:48
 
45
Younger Than Springtime
2:56
 
46
Invention for Guitar and Trumpet
2:51
 
47
Quien Sabe
4:45
 
48
When Stars looked down
3:37
 
49
Improvisation
6:18
 
50
Then I'll be tired of You
3:03
 
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Total Tracks: 50   Total Length: 206:13

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