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Bertice Reading With Ted Easton's Jazzband - Bertice Reading With Ted Easton Jazzband


Tracklist


1Some Of These Days4:07
2There'll Be Some Changes Made2:12
3After You've Gone3:41
4What A Difference A Day Made3:33
5I Shall Not Be Moved3:15
6Lonesome2:53
7Baby Won't You Please Come Home2:39
8Petite Fleur3:00
9A Tisket, A Tasket2:33
10Toot, Toot Tootsie3:09

Notes


Recorded at the New Orleans Jazzclub, Scheveningen - Holland.
Recording date: Febr. 8, 1974

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  • Marketed By – CNR Records

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Bertice Reading With Ted Easton's Jazzband - Bertice Reading With Ted Easton Jazzband
Performer: Bertice Reading With Ted Easton's Jazzband
Genre: Jazz
Title: Bertice Reading With Ted Easton Jazzband
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1976
Style: Dixieland, Ragtime
MP3 album: 2705 mb
FLAC album: 2080 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 882
Source: Vinyl, LP
№ Cat: 659.028
Label: RIFF Records