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The Art Van Damme Quintet

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1
The Way You Look Tonight (from "Swing Time")
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:42
2
Yellow Days
The Art Van Damme Quintet
4:00
3
The Lonesome Road
The Art Van Damme Quintet
3:10
4
Wave
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:52
5
I'm beginning to see the light
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:46
6
Sweet Georgia Brown
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:37
7
Undecided
The Art Van Damme Quintet
1:58
8
Doree's Tune
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:13
9
Bernie's Tune
The Art Van Damme Quintet
3:19
10
Watch What Happens
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:19
11
Stars Fell on Alabama
The Art Van Damme Quintet
3:30
12
'S Wonderful! (from "Funny Face")
The Art Van Damme Quintet
2:43
Total Playing Time    34:09
American accordionist Art Van Damme recorded some 16 albums for German label MPS, considered among the best of his prolific career, including this 1969 release. Vibes player Heribert Thusek completes the front line of guitar/vibes/accordion and keeps the unique signature Van Damme sound intact on these standards by Gershwin, Kern and Ellington.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – MPS Records Studio Masters

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