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1
Boulevard of Broken Dreams
00:02:49

Ted Nash, Artist, FeaturedArtist - AL DUBIN, Composer - Harry Warren, Composer - Rolly Bundock, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Jack Sperling, Artist, FeaturedArtist - John T. Williams, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Marjorie Lee, Artist, MainArtist, Recording Artist - Bob Gibbons, Artist, FeaturedArtist

1995 Blue Moon 1995 Blue Moon

2
These Foolish Things
00:02:16

Ted Nash, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Jack Strachey, Composer - Rolly Bundock, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Holt Marvell, Composer - Jack Sperling, Artist, FeaturedArtist - John T. Williams, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Marjorie Lee, Artist, MainArtist, Recording Artist - Bob Gibbons, Artist, FeaturedArtist

1995 Blue Moon 1995 Blue Moon

3
I Let a Song Go out of My Heart
00:02:23

Ted Nash, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Duke Ellington, Composer - Irving Mills, Composer - Rolly Bundock, Artist, FeaturedArtist - HENRY NEMO, Composer - John Redmond, Composer - Jack Sperling, Artist, FeaturedArtist - John T. Williams, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Marjorie Lee, Artist, MainArtist, Recording Artist - Bob Gibbons, Artist, FeaturedArtist

1995 Blue Moon 1995 Blue Moon

4
Alone Together
00:02:28

Ted Nash, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Howard Dietz, Composer - Arthur Schwartz, Composer - Rolly Bundock, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Jack Sperling, Artist, FeaturedArtist - John T. Williams, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Marjorie Lee, Artist, MainArtist, Recording Artist - Bob Gibbons, Artist, FeaturedArtist

1995 Blue Moon 1995 Blue Moon

5
One Love
00:02:00

Ted Nash, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Ralph Rainger, Composer - Rolly Bundock, Artist, FeaturedArtist - David Rose, Composer - Jack Sperling, Artist, FeaturedArtist - John T. Williams, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Marjorie Lee, Artist, MainArtist, Recording Artist - Bob Gibbons, Artist, FeaturedArtist

1995 Blue Moon 1995 Blue Moon

6
Good for Nothing Joe
00:02:41

Ted Nash, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Ted Koehler, Composer - Rube Bloom, Composer - Rolly Bundock, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Jack Sperling, Artist, FeaturedArtist - John T. Williams, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Marjorie Lee, Artist, MainArtist, Recording Artist - Bob Gibbons, Artist, FeaturedArtist

1995 Blue Moon 1995 Blue Moon

7
Lullaby of the Leaves
00:02:07

Ted Nash, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Rolly Bundock, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Joe Young, Composer - Bernice Petkere, Composer - Jack Sperling, Artist, FeaturedArtist - John T. Williams, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Marjorie Lee, Artist, MainArtist, Recording Artist - Bob Gibbons, Artist, FeaturedArtist

1995 Blue Moon 1995 Blue Moon

8
I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good
00:02:39

Ted Nash, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Duke Ellington, Composer - Paul Francis Webster, Composer - Rolly Bundock, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Jack Sperling, Artist, FeaturedArtist - John T. Williams, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Marjorie Lee, Artist, MainArtist, Recording Artist - Bob Gibbons, Artist, FeaturedArtist

1995 Blue Moon 1995 Blue Moon

9
Our Waltz
00:01:59

Ted Nash, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Rolly Bundock, Artist, FeaturedArtist - David Rose, Composer - Jack Sperling, Artist, FeaturedArtist - John T. Williams, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Marjorie Lee, Artist, MainArtist, Recording Artist - Bob Gibbons, Artist, FeaturedArtist

1995 Blue Moon 1995 Blue Moon

10
Bewitched
00:02:28

Ted Nash, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Richard Rodgers, Composer - Lorenz Hart, Composer - Rolly Bundock, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Jack Sperling, Artist, FeaturedArtist - John T. Williams, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Marjorie Lee, Artist, MainArtist, Recording Artist - Bob Gibbons, Artist, FeaturedArtist

1995 Blue Moon 1995 Blue Moon

11
Something to Live For
00:02:24

Ted Nash, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Duke Ellington, Composer - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Rolly Bundock, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Jack Sperling, Artist, FeaturedArtist - John T. Williams, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Marjorie Lee, Artist, MainArtist, Recording Artist - Bob Gibbons, Artist, FeaturedArtist

1995 Blue Moon 1995 Blue Moon

12
Maybe You’ll Be There
00:02:30

Ted Nash, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Rube Bloom, Composer - Rolly Bundock, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Sammy Gallop, Composer - Jack Sperling, Artist, FeaturedArtist - John T. Williams, Artist, FeaturedArtist - Marjorie Lee, Artist, MainArtist, Recording Artist - Bob Gibbons, Artist, FeaturedArtist

1995 Blue Moon 1995 Blue Moon

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