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Tony Bennett With The Count Basie Big Band

Tony Bennett and Count Basie

  • To be released on 11-12-20 by CLASSIC WORLD ENTERTAINMENT
  • Main artist: Tony Bennett
  • Genre: Jazz
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Tony Bennett With The Count Basie Big Band

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I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face
Tony Bennett with the Count Basie Big Band
00:03:04
2
Chicago
Tony Bennett with the Count Basie Big Band
00:02:09
3
Anything Goes
Tony Bennett with the Count Basie Big Band
00:02:22
4
Poor Little Rich Girl
Tony Bennett with the Count Basie Big Band
00:03:32
5
Are You Havin' Any Fun?
Tony Bennett with the Count Basie Big Band
00:02:47
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Jeepers Creepers
Tony Bennett with the Count Basie Big Band
00:02:10
7
With Plenty Of Money And You
Tony Bennett with the Count Basie Big Band
00:01:34
8
I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plans
Tony Bennett with the Count Basie Big Band
00:01:46
9
Life Is A Song
Tony Bennett with the Count Basie Big Band
00:02:54
10
Growing Pains
Tony Bennett with the Count Basie Big Band
00:03:31

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