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One for Me

Shirley Scott

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1
What Makes Harold Sing?
00:08:50

Stuart Hawkes, MasteringEngineer - Shirley Scott, Composer, Arranger, Artist, MainArtist

2020 Arc Records 2020 Arc Records

2
Keep On Movin' On
00:09:52

Stuart Hawkes, MasteringEngineer - Shirley Scott, Artist, MainArtist - Harold Vick, Composer, Arranger

2020 Arc Records 2020 Arc Records

3
Do You Know a Good Thing When You See One?
00:08:50

Stuart Hawkes, MasteringEngineer - Shirley Scott, Composer, Arranger, Artist, MainArtist

2020 Arc Records 2020 Arc Records

4
Big George
00:05:22

Stuart Hawkes, MasteringEngineer - Shirley Scott, Composer, Arranger, Artist, MainArtist

2020 Arc Records 2020 Arc Records

5
Don't Look Back
00:08:56

Stuart Hawkes, MasteringEngineer - Shirley Scott, Artist, MainArtist - Harold Vick, Composer, Arranger

2020 Arc Records 2020 Arc Records

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