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1
Caravan
00:02:03

Mills, Composer, Author - Ellington, Composer, Author - Tizol, Composer, Author - The Fendermen, Artist, MainArtist

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Honky Tonk
00:02:48

Scott, Composer, Author - The Fendermen, Artist, MainArtist - Dogget, Composer, Author - Shephard, Composer, Author

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Mule Skinner Blues
00:02:21

Jimmy Rodgers, Composer, Author - The Fendermen, Artist, MainArtist - George Vaughan, Composer, Author

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Beach Party
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Humphrey, Composer, Author - Sundquist, Composer, Author - The Fendermen, Artist, MainArtist

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Koo-Koo
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Humphrey, Composer, Author - Sundquist, Composer, Author - The Fendermen, Artist, MainArtist

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Lonesome Road
00:02:39

G. Austin, Composer, Author - N. Shilkret, Composer, Author - The Fendermen, Artist, MainArtist

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Torture
00:01:40

Humphrey, Composer, Author - Sundquist, Composer, Author - The Fendermen, Artist, MainArtist

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Heartbreakin' Special
00:02:18

Humphrey, Composer, Author - Sundquist, Composer, Author - The Fendermen, Artist, MainArtist

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Jack Of Diamonds
00:02:51

John Jacob Niles, Composer, Author - The Fendermen, Artist, MainArtist

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Don't You Just Know It
00:02:14

SMITH, Composer, Author - Vincent, Composer, Author - The Fendermen, Artist, MainArtist

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High Noon
00:02:36

Washington, Composer, Author - Tiomkin, Composer, Author - The Fendermen, Artist, MainArtist

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Bertha Lou
00:01:55

MARASCALCO, Composer, Author - The Fendermen, Artist, MainArtist

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