Andre Previn Composer - Conductor - Arranger - Pianist (1964)

    MGM
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      • 1. From "Gigi" – Overture
      • 2. From "Invitaion To The Dance" – Overture
      • 3. Cocktail Party
      • 4. Belita
      • 5. Marine And The Girl In The Red Skirt
      • 6. Tamara
      • 7. From "The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse" – Main Title
      • 8. Love Theme
      • 9. The Four Horsemen
      • 10. From "The Subterraneans" – Why Are We Afraid?
      • 11. Should I
      • 12. Things Are Looking Down
      • 13. Like Blue

      Rare jazz piano,

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