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Nickelodeon Tango / Heart and Soul (Mono Version)

Johnny Maddox

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Nickelodeon Tango
00:02:07

Johnny Maddox, Performer - Bruce Blalock, Composer

1957 - BNF Collection 2014

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Heart and Soul
00:02:19

Johnny Maddox, Performer - Carmichael, Composer - Loesser, Composer

1957 - BNF Collection 2014

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