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Prelude & Deodato 2

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

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Paul Whiteman & His OrchestraVOLUME 4JAPANESE MAMMY

Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra
VOLUME 4
JAPANESE MAMMY

That certain feeling
Sweet and low down
Avalon
Dardanella
Dancing tambourine
The birth of the blues JF CG AY
Countess Maritza: intro, Play gypsies, dance gypsies, Dear home of mine, goodbye
Let's do it (let's fall in love) JF CG AY
Japanese mammy AY CH
Lonely melody
Nola
Song of India
Liebestraum
Cole Porter medley: intro, You've got that thing ROLL, What is this thing called love? TPS, You do something to me RD
Night and day TPS PD
Dancing shadows BC AR CG AY
Willow weep for me IT
Till tomorrow JF
Deep forest
Serenade to a wealthy widow
Say it with music CD
Lady of the evening CD
Soft lights and sweet music
A pretty girl is like a melody

Recorded between 1925-39
Vocalists: JF Jack Fulton; CG Charles Gaylord; AY Austin Young; CH chorus; BC Bing Crosby; AR Al Rinker; IT Irene Taylor; PD Phil Dewey; CD Clarke Dennis; ROLL The Rollickers; TPS The Pickens Sisters; RD Ramona Davies & The Rollickers

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