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I've Changed My Mind A Second Time

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Jubilee Stomp Remastered
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Sweet Jazz o' Mine Remastered
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Got Everything but You Remastered
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Hot and Bothered Remastered
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You're Lucky to Me Remastered
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Keep a Song in Your Soul Remastered
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Double Check Stomp Remastered
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Concerto for Cootie Remastered
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Koko Remastered
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Jack the Bear Remastered
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Cotton Club Stomp Remastered
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Creole Love Call Remastered
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Memories of You Remastered
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The Duke Steps Out Remastered
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Take the a Train Remastered
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Old Man Blues Remastered
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Take It Easy Remastered
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Mood Indigo Remastered
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Creole Rhapsody, Pt. 1 Remastered
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Blues I Love to Sing Remastered
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If You Can't Hold Man You Love Remastered
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No Papa No Remastered
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Haunted Nights Remastered
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Ring Dem Bells Remastered
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Solitude Remastered
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