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The George Colman Quintet in Baltimore

George Coleman Quintet

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The George Colman Quintet in Baltimore

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1
Afternoon in Paris Live
00:11:49
2
Sandu Live
00:10:26
3
I Got Rhythm Live
00:05:13
4
Body & Soul Live
00:09:55
5
Joy Spring Live
00:09:29

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