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Betty Carter|The Music Never Stops

The Music Never Stops

Betty Carter

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Ms. B.C.
00:03:10

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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2
Make It Last
00:05:45

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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3
30 Years
00:04:35

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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4
Why Him? / Where or When / What's New?
00:15:46

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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5
Tight! / Mr. Gentleman
00:04:31

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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Social Call
00:02:29

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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Moonlight in Vermont
00:04:36

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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8
The Good Life
00:05:47

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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9
Bridges
00:09:30

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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10
If I Should Lose You
00:06:47

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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Most Gentlemen Don't Like Love
00:04:27

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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12
Make Him Believe
00:05:26

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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13
Frenesi
00:03:14

Betty Carter, MainArtist

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