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Stan Getz|Hamp And Getz (Remastered)

Hamp And Getz (Remastered)

Stan Getz and Lionel Hampton

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Hamp And Getz (Remastered)

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1
Cherokee (Remastered)
00:09:19

Lionel Hampton, MainArtist - Stan Getz, MainArtist - Redwood Music, MusicPublisher

2009 RevOla Records 2009 RevOla Records

2
Ballad Medley: Tenderly/Autumn In New York/East Of The Sun/I Can't Get Started (Remastered)
00:08:11

Lionel Hampton, MainArtist - Stan Getz, MainArtist - Warner-Chappell, MusicPublisher - Campbell-Connelly, MusicPublisher

2009 RevOla Records 2009 RevOla Records

3
Louise (Remastered)
00:06:50

Lionel Hampton, MainArtist - Stan Getz, MainArtist - Sony-ATV, MusicPublisher

2009 RevOla Records 2009 RevOla Records

4
Jumpin' At The Woodside (Remastered)
00:08:27

Lionel Hampton, MainArtist - Stan Getz, MainArtist - Warner-Chappell, MusicPublisher

2009 RevOla Records 2009 RevOla Records

5
Gladys (Remastered)
00:07:46

Lionel Hampton, MainArtist - Stan Getz, MainArtist - BMG Rights, MusicPublisher

2009 RevOla Records 2009 RevOla Records

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