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Where I Come From

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1
J. L. Swing
00:03:51

Sandro Roy, Composer, Performer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

2
Tune Up
00:02:58

Sandro Roy, Performer - Miles Davis, Composer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

3
A Child Is Born
00:04:34

Sandro Roy, Performer - Thad Jones, Composer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

4
Someday My Prince Will Come
00:03:51

Sandro Roy, Performer - Frank Churchill, Composer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

5
Limehouse Blues
00:03:32

Sandro Roy, Performer - Philip Braham, Composer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

6
Triste
00:04:35

Sandro Roy, Performer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

7
Samba No.1
00:05:08

Sandro Roy, Performer - Paulo Morello, Composer - Kim Barth, Composer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

8
Two for the Road Arranged By Sandro Roy
00:05:47

Sandro Roy, Performer - Henry Mancini, Composer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

9
My Favorite Gigue Arranged By Wolfgang Lackerschmid
00:04:47

Sandro Roy, Performer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

Adapted and Arranged By Wolfgang Lackerschmid (Pablo SARASATE)

10
Zigeunerweisen Adapted and Arranged By Wolfgang Lackerschmid
00:08:44

Sandro Roy, Performer - Pablo SARASATE, Composer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

11
Banjo and Fiddle
00:03:24

Sandro Roy, Performer - William Kroll, Composer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

12
Caprice Viennois
00:04:35

Sandro Roy, Performer - Fritz Kreisler, Composer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

13
Summer of 42
00:05:58

Sandro Roy, Performer - Michel Legrand, Composer

2014 SKIP Records 2014 SKIP RECORDS

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