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The Sheik Of Araby

Sidney Bechet

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The Mooche
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Strange Fruit
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Texas Moaner
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(When It's) Sleepy Time Down South
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The Shiek Of Araby
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Baby Won't You Please Come Home
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Egyptian Fantasy
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Muskrat Ramble
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Stompy Jones
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Blues In Thirds
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Nobody Knows The Way I Feel Dis Mornin'
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Wild Man Blues
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Peridido Street Blues
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2.19 Blues
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China Boy
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Four Or Five Times
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Prechin' Blues
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Indian Summer
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I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say
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High Society
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When You And I Were Young, Maggie
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Really the Blues
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Maple Leaf Rag
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Lay Your Racket
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