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That Old Black Magic - Various - Youve Got To Hear It To Believe It!

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  1. Akishakar says:
    Frank Sinatra Backing Tracks, My Way, New York, Come Fly With Me, I've Got You Under My Skin, Strangers In The Night, Frank Sinatra.
  2. Moogular says:
    LOUIS PRIMA lyrics: 43 albums / song lyrics including "Louis Prima " (): What You Hear Is What You've Got; I Left My Heart In San Francisco; Love Story; If You Really Love Me; Cold, Cold Heart / Little Mama That Old Black Magic; It's Magic; Just A Gigolo / I Ain't Got .
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    Check out What You Hear Is What You've Got by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on folkmetal.kazraktilarbagamiopira.infoinfo
  4. Kagasida says:
    Dinah Washington. Dinah Washington, born Ruth Lee Jones (August 29, – December 14, ), was an American Pianist, Blues, R&B, Gospel, Pop and Jazz singer. She has been cited as "the most popular black female recording artist of the '50s", and called "The Queen of the Blues". She is a inductee of the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame.
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    Ella Fitzgerald lyrics at Lyrics On Demand. Ella Fitzgerald Lyrics. Ella Fitzgerald Lyrics. From the Album Performance That Old Black Magic You'll Never Know From the Album Jazz 'Round Midnight (buy at folkmetal.kazraktilarbagamiopira.infoinfo) Blue Moon You've Got What Gets Me.
  7. Faekree says:
    YOU'VE GOT TO HEAR IT TO BELIEVE IT!!!--Near-Mint/VG++ Stereo Album with selections of jazz tracks on Solid State LP'sThis is the sampler LP, YOU'VE GOT TO HEAR IT TO BELIEVE IT!!!(Solid State SSstereo).CONDITION: Record: NEAR-MINT; Gatefold Jacket: VG++.SONGS AND ARTISTS: (Manny Albam): That Old Black Magic; and Tired Faces Going Places; .
  8. Nekasa says:
    A scattering of gray-haired and bald heads led me to believe that a few father-son teams were present. The show began with little fanfare. A gush of music, some adjusting of the lights, and on the mattresses before us stood two black women in their early 30s.

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