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Bud Shank|Girl In Love

Girl In Love

Bud Shank

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1
Lady Jane
00:03:05

KEITH RICHARDS, Composer - MICK JAGGER, Composer - Bud Shank, MainArtist

1966 Blue Pie Records USA 1966 Blue Pie Publishing USA

2
Summer Wind
00:02:26

Johnny Mercer, Composer - Bud Shank, MainArtist - Hans Bradtke, Composer - Henry Mayer, Composer

1966 Blue Pie Records USA 1966 Blue Pie Publishing USA

3
The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)
00:02:31

Bob Crewe, Composer - Bob Gaudio, Composer - Bud Shank, MainArtist

1966 Blue Pie Records USA 1966 Blue Pie Publishing USA

4
Strangers In The Night
00:02:46

Bud Shank, MainArtist - Bert Kaempfert, Composer - Charles Singleton, Composer - EDDIE SNYDER, Composer

1966 Blue Pie Records USA 1966 Blue Pie Publishing USA

5
When A Man Loves A Woman
00:02:23

Calvin Lewis, Composer - Andrew Wright, Composer - Bud Shank, MainArtist

1966 Blue Pie Records USA 1966 Blue Pie Publishing USA

6
Girl In Love
00:02:35

Tom King, Composer - Bud Shank, MainArtist - Chet Kelley, Composer

1966 Blue Pie Records USA 1966 Blue Pie Publishing USA

7
Don't Go Breaking My Heart
00:02:35

Burt Bacharach, Composer - Hal David, Composer - Bud Shank, MainArtist

1966 Blue Pie Records USA 1966 Blue Pie Publishing USA

8
Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime
00:02:44

Bud Shank, MainArtist - Irving Taylor, Composer - Ken Lane, Composer

1966 Blue Pie Records USA 1966 Blue Pie Publishing USA

9
Time
00:03:18

Bud Shank, MainArtist - Michael Merchant, Composer

1966 Blue Pie Records USA 1966 Blue Pie Publishing USA

10
The Shining Sea
00:02:40

JOHNNY MANDEL, Composer - Bud Shank, MainArtist - Peggy Lee, Composer

1966 Blue Pie Records USA 1966 Blue Pie Publishing USA

11
Lara's Theme From "Doctor Zhivago"
00:02:12

Bud Shank, MainArtist - Maurice Jarre, Composer

1966 Blue Pie Records USA 1966 Blue Pie Publishing USA

12
Solitary Man
00:02:59

Neil Diamond, Composer - Bud Shank, MainArtist

1966 Blue Pie Records USA 1966 Blue Pie Publishing USA

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