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The Roaring 20's

Dinah Kaye, Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7

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1.1
Charleston
Dinah Kaye; Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7
2:29
1.2
Somebody Stole My Gal
Dinah Kaye; Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7
2:21
1.3
Dina
Dinah Kaye; Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7
3:07
1.4
Tiger Rag
Dinah Kaye; Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7
4:07
1.5
Ain't She Sweet
Dinah Kaye; Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7
2:54
1.6
Baby Face
Dinah Kaye; Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7
2:33
1.7
The Black Bottom
Dinah Kaye; Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7
2:30
1.8
Miss Annabelle Lee
Dinah Kaye; Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7
2:35
1.9
Carolina Moon
Dinah Kaye; Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7
3:37
1.10
Sweet Georgia Brown
Dinah Kaye; Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7
3:17
1.11
Ida, Sweet as Apple Cider
Dinah Kaye; Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7
3:23
1.12
Some of These Days
Dinah Kaye; Tubby Sykes And The Power-House 7
2:42
Total Playing Time    35:35
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Society Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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