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Four Classic Albums (The Herd Rides Again in Stereo / The Fourth Herd / Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet / At the Monterey Jazz Festival) [Remastered]

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Four Classic Albums (The Herd Rides Again in Stereo / The Fourth Herd / Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet / At the Monterey Jazz Festival) [Remastered] album cover
01
Northwest Passage (Remastered)[From "The Herd Rides Again in Stereo"]
3:05  
02
Caldonia (Remastered)[From "The Herd Rides Again in Stereo"]
2:57  
03
Wild Root (Remastered)[From "The Herd Rides Again in Stereo"]
3:21  
04
The Good Earth (Remastered)[From "The Herd Rides Again in Stereo"]
2:42  
05
Blowin' up a Storm (Remastered)[From "The Herd Rides Again in Stereo"]
4:19  
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It's Coolin' Time (Remastered)[From "The Herd Rides Again in Stereo"]
4:17  
07
I Cover the Waterfront (Remastered)[From "The Herd Rides Again in Stereo"]
3:22  
08
Crazy Rhythm (Remastered)[From "The Herd Rides Again in Stereo"]
3:39  
09
Sinbad the Sailor (Remastered)[From "The Herd Rides Again in Stereo"]
4:02  
10
Fire Island (Remastered)[From "The Herd Rides Again in Stereo"]
3:17  
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Black Orchid (Remastered)[From "The Herd Rides Again in Stereo"]
2:33  
12
Bijou (Remastered)[From "The Herd Rides Again in Stereo"]
3:29  
13
Panatela (Remastered)[From "The Fourth Herd"]
3:01  
14
Lament for Linda (Remastered)[From "The Fourth Herd"]
2:51  
15
Misery, Stay Way from My Door (Remastered)[From "The Fourth Herd"]
2:40  
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In a Misty Mood (Remastered)[From "The Fourth Herd"]
3:26  
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Catty' Corner (Remastered)[From "The Fourth Herd"]
2:40  
18
The Thirteenth Instant (Remastered)[From "The Fourth Herd"]
2:34  
19
The Magpie (Remastered)[From "The Fourth Herd"]
2:38  
20
Blues for Indian Jim (Remastered)[From "The Fourth Herd"]
2:42  
21
The Devil and the Stoker (Remastered)[From "The Fourth Herd"]
3:26  
22
The Swing Machine (Remastered)[From "The Fourth Herd"]
2:37  
23
Summer Nights (Remastered)[From "The Fourth Herd"]
2:58  
24
Johnny on the Spot (Remastered)[From "The Fourth Herd"]
3:08  
25
Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet (Remastered)[From "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet"]
3:14  
26
Rose Room (Remastered)[From "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet"]
2:14  
27
Sweet Lorraine (Remastered)[From "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet"]
2:44  
28
Blue Moon (Remastered)[From "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet"]
3:20  
29
Begin the Beguine (Remastered)[From "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet"]
3:01  
30
Pee Wee Blues (Remastered)[From "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet"]
3:05  
31
Don't Be That Way (Remastered)[From "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet"]
2:58  
32
Someday Sweetheart (Remastered)[From "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet"]
3:30  
33
Mood Indigo (Remastered)[From "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet"]
3:25  
34
Summit Ridge Drive (Remastered)[From "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet"]
3:04  
35
On the Sunny Side of the Street (Remastered)[From "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet"]
3:11  
36
Alexandra (Remastered)[From "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet"]
2:49  
37
Four Brothers (Remastered)[From "At the Monterey Jazz Festival"]
3:33  
38
Like Some Blues Man (Remastered)[From "At the Monterey Jazz Festival"]
10:04  
39
Skoobeedoobee (Remastered)[From "At the Monterey Jazz Festival"]
4:31  
40
Monterey Apple Tree (Remastered)[From "At the Monterey Jazz Festival"]
10:33  
41
Skylark (Remastered)[From "At the Monterey Jazz Festival"]
4:20  
42
The Magpie (Remastered)[From "At the Monterey Jazz Festival"]
2:39  
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Total Tracks: 42   Total Length: 147:59

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