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Far West - Far East

Various Artists

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1.1
Far West
Allan Gunn
1:51
1.2
Round Up
Allan Gunn
2:20
1.3
Long Trail
Eddy Warner
2:17
1.4
Cowboy
Georges Teperino
2:26
1.5
Bacon and Beans
Eddy Warner
2:03
1.6
Two Old Timers A
Allan Gunn
1:14
1.7
Two Old Timers B
Allan Gunn
1:04
1.8
Western Saloon Sally
Ronald Feit; Louis Freichel
1:32
1.9
Hillbilly Stomp
Sam Sklair
0:59
1.10
Kentucky Gentleman
Georges Teperino
1:16
1.11
Cowboy in New York
Edward Thomas
2:33
1.12
Lhasa Boy
Georges Teperino
1:34
1.13
Oriental Poppy
Reg Owen
1:00
1.14
Eastern Promise A
Alan Lewis; Glen Somers
1:30
1.15
Eastern Promise B
Alan Lewis; Glen Somers
1:29
1.16
Yokohama Holiday
James Moody; Tommy Reilly
2:37
1.17
Tea House
Bruce Campbell
1:24
1.18
Fujisan
Eric Spear
1:26
1.19
Oriental Metro
Trevor Duncan
2:25
1.20
Pagoda by Moonlight
Trevor Duncan
2:42
1.21
Bamboo
Ray Jones
1:34
1.22
Oriental
Bruce Campbell
1:38
Total Playing Time    38:54
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