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Watt's Cooking (Remastered 2014)

Tommy Watt and His Orchestra

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1.1
An Apple for the Teacher
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
3:01
1.2
Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
3:04
1.3
Small Fry
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
2:59
1.4
Crumpets For The Count
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
3:21
1.5
Embargo on Escargot
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
2:17
1.6
Victorian Plums
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
2:36
1.7
Little Jack Horner
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
2:09
1.8
If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked a Cake
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
2:28
1.9
Sugar Mixture
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
3:21
1.10
I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
2:26
1.11
Black Coffee
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
3:10
1.12
Honey Bun
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
2:06
1.13
Sugar
Tommy Watt and His Orchestra
3:29
Total Playing Time    36:27
Scottish jazz bandleader and pianist Tommy Watt and his big band present this concept album released in 1959 on which all the songs have to do with food. This is Watt's second US album and features Tubby Hayes, a renowned British multi-instrumentalist best-known for his tenor saxophone playing.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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