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Groovin' High 00:04:03

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Scrapple from the Apple 00:05:53

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I Can't Get Started 00:03:46

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Night in Tunisia 00:08:54

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Ornithology 00:05:43

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Yardbird Suite 00:04:31

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Embraceable You 00:04:18

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Now's the Time 00:04:38

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Lover Man 00:06:12

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Blue Monk 00:04:40

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Billie's Bounce 00:05:01

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'Round Midnight 00:05:30

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Un Poco Loco 00:03:22

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