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Guitar Tango (Mono Version)

The Shadows

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The Shadows

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Guitar Tango 00:03:00

The Shadows, Performer - Georges Liferman, Composer - Norman Maine, Composer

1962 - BNF Collection 2014 2014 Believe Digital

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Some Are Lonely 00:02:36

The Shadows, Performer - Cliff Richard, Composer

1962 - BNF Collection 2014 2014 Believe Digital

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Perfidia 00:02:14

The Shadows, Performer - Alberto Dominguez, Composer

1962 - BNF Collection 2014 2014 Believe Digital

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Tales of a Raggy Tramline 00:02:21

The Shadows, Performer - Brian Bennett, Composer - Jet Harris, Composer

1962 - BNF Collection 2014 1962 - BNF Collection 2014

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