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BBB Berlipp's Brass Band, Hardy Kingston & His High Life Music

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1
Santa Monica Drive
B B B Berlipp's Brass Band
2:48
2
How Do You Like Music?
B B B Berlipp's Brass Band
3:15
3
Helicopter Power
B B B Berlipp's Brass Band
2:35
4
Return Flight Frankfurt / New York
B B B Berlipp's Brass Band
2:56
5
Disco-Special
B B B Berlipp's Brass Band
2:57
6
Lucky Pops
B B B Berlipp's Brass Band
2:15
7
Heavy Course
B B B Berlipp's Brass Band
2:51
8
Holidays In The Air
Hardy Kingston & His High Life Music
2:20
9
Terry Is Coming
Hardy Kingston & His High Life Music
2:54
10
Spinnin' Around
Hardy Kingston & His High Life Music
2:48
11
High Life Party
Hardy Kingston & His High Life Music
3:03
12
Saturday Night Fun
Hardy Kingston & His High Life Music
2:46
13
Young Generation
Hardy Kingston & His High Life Music
3:16
Total Playing Time    36:44
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Selected Sound Vinyl Series Studio Masters

Tracks 1-13 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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