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Take The „A Train - Various - Swing Greats (CD)


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  1. Tygonris says:
    Good News: Gospel Greats (4-CD) by Various Artists - CD () for $ from olstocoutopmocxia.doughpragsoterphopendethawrlongtersdaha.infoinfo Christian & Gospel - Order by Phone /5(4).
  2. Tygora says:
    Take the 'A' Train Take the 'A' Train (Original Version) Billy Strayhorn/trans. David Berger - Hal Leonard Corporation This very special, historic publication is an exact transcription of the version recorded by Duke Ellington.
  3. Nejas says:
    Oct 12,  · Hope they take you to as many great memories as they take us.” Train’s self-titled debut album, released by Columbia in was the start of their now accomplished career – the tumbling wordplay of “Meet Virginia” gave them their first unlikely radio hit and ’s “Drops Of Jupiter” broke them to multi-platinum status thanks.
  4. Zum says:
    Nov 09,  · This version of Take the "A" Train is from the "Does it Swing?" schools concert filmed at the Barbican in June It features members of "Tomorrow's Warriors" .
  5. Kajijora says:
    Greatest Hits is the first compilation album by the American rock band Train, released on November 9, , through Columbia Records. It includes a cover of George Michael's "Careless Whisper" featuring saxophonist Kenny G, as well as the single "Call Me Sir" and tracks from all their studio albums.
  6. Yozshuktilar says:
    CD Duke Ellington Greatest Hits Best Solitude Take the A Train Mood Indigo CLEAN $ CD Cat Stevens Greatest Hits Peace Train Moonshadow Wild World Father & Son NICE.
  7. Kamuro says:
    Treasury of American Railroad Songs, Vol. 1: By Various Artists ~ Published By Shiloh Records: Amazon: Click Here For Sound Clips, Track Listing, and Ordering Fiddler Gib Guilbeau and bassist Wayne Moore, alums from the late, great Nashville West, assembled Treasury of American Railroad Songs, Vol. 1 from train songs, from old classics (Wabash Canonball, Orange Blossom Special) to new (City of.
  8. Nikora says:
    Billy Strayhorn achieved musical immortality through his composition "Take the 'A' Train." Introduced in early by Duke Ellington, the bandleader made it his theme song the following year, and so it remained for the rest of Ellington's life.

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