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Selections of Rodgers & Hammerstein (Remastered 2014)

Australian Jazz Quintet

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1
The Surrey with a Fringe on Top
Australian Jazz Quintet
3:58
2
March of the Siamese Children
Australian Jazz Quintet
3:55
3
Hello, Young Lovers
Australian Jazz Quintet
2:18
4
I Have Dreamed
Australian Jazz Quintet
5:09
5
People Will Say We're in Love
Australian Jazz Quintet
3:15
6
The Gentleman Is a Dope
Australian Jazz Quintet
6:24
7
Do I Love You (Because You're Beautiful?)
Australian Jazz Quintet
3:42
8
Younger Than Springtime
Australian Jazz Quintet
3:42
9
Wonderful Guy
Australian Jazz Quintet
1:52
10
If I Loved You
Australian Jazz Quintet
3:22
Total Playing Time    37:37
One of the last albums from the short lived Australian Jazz Quartet, now expanded to a quintet, this 1957 release was recorded in both Hollywood and New York City and showcases the group's unique take on these quintessential American show tunes by Rodgers & Hammerstein.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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