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Prelude & Deodato 2

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James Last World Hits & Hair

James Last
World Hits & Hair

World Hits
The original Polydor LP 2371 891 (1978) STEREO

People Will Say We're in Love (Rodgers; Hammerstein)
September in the Rain (Warren; Dubin)
What is this Thing called Love? (Porter)
I Only Have Eyes for You (Warren; Dubin)
Charmaine (Rapée; Pollack)
Bésame Mucho (Velzquez; Skylar)
Singin' in the Rain (Brown; Freed)
Tenderly (Gross; Lawrence)
Volare (Modugno; Migliacci; Parish)
I've Got You Under My Skin (Porter)

Hair
The original Polydor LP 249 327 h 1969 STEREO

Aquarius (all MacDermot; Ragni; Rado)
Frank Mills
Coloured Spade
Ain't Got No
Good Morning Starshine
Hare Krishna
Let the Sunshine In
Walking in Space
Easy to be Hard
Where Do I Go?
Hair

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