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Manhattan Melody (That's My New York) (feat. Django Haskins with Branford Marsalis)

Chris Stamey & The ModRec Orchestra

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Manhattan Melody (That's My New York) (feat. Django Haskins with Branford Marsalis)

Chris Stamey

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Manhattan Melody (That's My New York) [feat. Django Haskins with Branford Marsalis] 00:04:17

Branford Marsalis, Trumpet, FeaturedArtist - Chris Stamey, Composer, MainArtist - Django Haskins, FeaturedArtist - The ModRec Orchestra, MainArtist

2019 Chris Stamey, under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings 2019 Chris Stamey, under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings.

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