The Best Of The Concert Years: Trios & Quartets From The Great Jazz At The Philharmonic Concerts

Ella Fitzgerald

The Best Of The Concert Years Trios Quartets From  MP3
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    1. Night And Day 7:12
    2. Little White Lies 4:11
    3. Body And Soul 2:21
    4. Why Don't You Do Right? 2:36
    5. Oh, Lady Be Good! 5:50
    6. I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) 6:13
    7. How High The Moon 9:04
    8. My Funny Valentine 6:52
    9. It's Only A Paper Moon 3:52
    10. Day Dream 2:38
    11. If I Could Be With You 4:01
    12. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea 10:57
    13. Willow Weep For Me 6:55
    14. All Of Me 3:05
    15. Blue Moon 3:01
    16. They Can't Take That Away From Me 4:43
    17. 'Round Midnight 5:31

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