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Linda's Player Piano

Linda Carillon Berry

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1.1
Mary Lou
Linda Carillon Berry
2:37
1.2
Ting-A-Ling
Linda Carillon Berry
2:28
1.3
When Your Hair Has Turned To Silver
Linda Carillon Berry
2:25
1.4
Under The Double Eagle
Linda Carillon Berry
2:40
1.5
Glorious
Linda Carillon Berry
2:10
1.6
In The Evening
Linda Carillon Berry
2:31
1.7
Stumbling
Linda Carillon Berry
3:34
1.8
I Never Knew What Moonlight Could Do
Linda Carillon Berry
2:53
1.9
La Golondrina
Linda Carillon Berry
2:30
1.10
Beer Barrel Polka
Linda Carillon Berry
1:58
1.11
Jolly Coppersmith
Linda Carillon Berry
2:05
1.12
National Emblem March
Linda Carillon Berry
1:57
Total Playing Time    29:48
Audio Fidelity presents a journey into the music of the 60s with the release of Linda Carillon Berry's Linda's Player Piano. This legacy recording has been remastered through high-resolution digital transfer for stunning modern clarity!
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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