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My Favourite Songs - The Last Great Concert

Chet Baker

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My Favourite Songs - The Last Great Concert

Chet Baker

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1
All Blues 00:05:53

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

2
My Funny Valentine 00:09:34

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

3
Well You Needn't 00:06:20

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

4
Summertime 00:05:13

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

5
In Your Own Sweet Way 00:09:23

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

6
Django 00:05:54

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

7
I Fall in Love Too Easily 00:07:01

Chet Baker, Performer

1997 ENJA Records M. Winckelmann GmbH 1988 ENJA GmbH

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