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Akua Dixon

Akua Dixon

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1
Haitian Fight Song
00:04:06

Akua Dixon, MainArtist - Charles Mingus, Composer

2015 Akua Dixon 2015 Akua Dixon

2
Alone Together
00:05:35

Akua Dixon, MainArtist - Arthur Schwartz, Composer

2015 Akua Dixon 2015 Akua Dixon

3
Freedom
00:04:49

Akua Dixon, MainArtist - Duke Ellington, Composer

2015 Akua Dixon 2015 Akua Dixon

4
It Never Entered My Mind
00:03:17

Akua Dixon, MainArtist - Richard Rodgers, Composer

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5
A Gozar Con Mi Combo
00:05:18

Akua Dixon, MainArtist - Israel Cachao Lopez, Composer

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6
Moon River
00:05:18

Akua Dixon, MainArtist - Henry Mancini, Composer

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7
Libertango
00:06:18

Akua Dixon, MainArtist - Astor Piazzolo, Composer

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8
Lush Life
00:04:23

Akua Dixon, MainArtist - Billy Strayhorn, Composer

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9
Besame Mucho
00:07:30

Akua Dixon, MainArtist - Consuelo Velázquez, Composer

2015 Akua Dixon 2015 Akua Dixon

10
Poinciana
00:04:42

Akua Dixon, MainArtist - Nat Simon, Composer

2015 Akua Dixon 2015 Akua Dixon

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