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Jazz Fusion/Soul/Prog


Prelude & Deodato 2

Ray Davies

Themes from The Exorcist, The French Connection, The Sting and other great films & Flashpoint


Hiroshima & Odori

The Main Ingredient

Euphrates River


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Ambrose & His OrchestraVOLUME 12GOOD EVENIN'

Ambrose & His Orchestra

Sweet Sue, just you; Me and the man in the moon EG + 2
If I had you EG; Moanin' for you SB
When a woman loves a man SB
I'm in the market for you SB
Just like in a story book SB
Blue is the night SB
Horatio Nicholls' gipsy melody SB
Sing a little theme song SB
When the little red roses get the blues for you SB
You brought a new kind of love to me SB
Livin' in the sunlight, lovin' in the moonlight SB
Good evenin' SB
Bye-bye blues SB
I don't mind walking in the rain SB
I'm doing that thing T3G
My sunshine came on a rainy day SB
Loving you the way I do SB
On a little balcony in Spain SB
The peanut vendor SB T3G
Lady play your mandoline SB T3G
Star dust; Blue again SB

Recorded between 1928-31

Vocalists: EG Eddie Grossbart, SB Sam Browne, T3G The Three Ginx

CDEA 6176

Product ID CDEA6176
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