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Takes off on Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Wm. Abraham Restum

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1.1
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Wm. Abraham Restum
2:40
1.2
Truly Scrumptious
Wm. Abraham Restum
2:31
1.3
Chu-Chi Face
Wm. Abraham Restum
2:36
1.4
You Two
Wm. Abraham Restum
3:17
1.5
Doll on a Music Box
Wm. Abraham Restum
2:31
1.6
Me Ol' Bam-Boo
Wm. Abraham Restum
2:21
1.7
Roses of Success
Wm. Abraham Restum
2:58
1.8
Lovely, Lonely Girl
Wm. Abraham Restum
3:46
1.9
Toot Sweets
Wm. Abraham Restum
3:46
1.10
Fun Fair
Wm. Abraham Restum
2:47
1.11
Hushabye Mountain
Wm. Abraham Restum
2:40
1.12
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Pt. 2
Wm. Abraham Restum
2:22
Total Playing Time    34:15
Audio Fidelity presents the music of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang performed by the great Wm. Abraham Restum. This rare album features Willie Restum (Saxophone) performing live at a "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" movie party in Hollywood, CA. The songs are from the film score. Accompanied by a backup band, the Stan Jay Singers, and arranger Jimmy Haskell.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Audio Fidelity Studio Masters

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

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