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Three By Label M

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Ray Bryant

Label: Label M
Released: 2000
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Somewhere In France1 Take The "A" Train 4:15 2 Blues in G/Willow Weep For Me 6:38 3 Con Alma 7:43 4 Slow Freight 7:04 5 Jungletown Jubilee 2:58 6 Django 6:40 7 After Hours 3:24 8 When I Look In Your Eyes 2:54 9 Good Morning Heartache 4:56 10 In The Back Room 5:26 11 If I Could Just Make It Into Heaven 3:56 12 St. Louis Blues 6:57 13 Until It's Time For You To Go 3:56

Low Flame, High Heat1 Don't Get Around Much Anymore 5:01 2 But On The Other Hand 5:01 3 Lorelei's Lament 5:36 4 Save Your Love Me 3:55 5 Angel Eyes 6:30 6 Two Years Of Torture 3:26 7 Easy Living 5:27 8 What Will I Tell My Heart 5:09 9 Don't Cry Baby 4:20 10 Danger Zone 3:27 11 You've Changed 3:16

Heavy Flute1 Comin' Home Baby: Herbie Mann 8:37 2 The Thirteenth Floor: David Newman 5:47 3 Nubian Lady: Yusef Lateef 6:33 4 Let Her Go: Hubert Laws 3:25 5 Ain't No Sunshine: Rahsaan Roland Kirk 2:26 6 The Wiggler: Leo Wright 3:07 7 Sombrero Sam: Charles Lloyd 5:12 8 One Ton: Rahsaan Roland Kirk 4:55 9 Eboness: Yusef Lateef 4:42 10 Push Push: Herbie Mann 9:55

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