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Bill Newhart And His Mississippi Band - Happy Twenties flac album
Title:

Bill Newhart And His Mississippi Band - Happy Twenties flac album

Performer:
Bill Newhart And His Mississippi Band
Album:
Happy Twenties
Genre:
Style:
Swing, Ragtime
MP3 archive size:
1706 mb
FLAC archive size:
1956 mb
Other formats:
DXD AU WMA AC3 MIDI VOX AUD
Rating:
4.7
Votes:
999

Tracklist

A1 All On The Floor
A2 Just Funny
A3 Happy Tiptoe Party
A4 Moon Over Chicago
A5 Raindrops And Sunbeams
A6 Dreamboat To Boston
B1 Charleston Baby
B2 Legs And Roses
B3 Laughing Clarinet
B4 The Whistling Joker
B5 Sweet Lips And Wiskey
B6 Swinging And Waving

Notes

Track B5 is misspelled "Wiskey" on the label.

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