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  1. Tojazuru says:
    M-. D/E. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab.
  2. Grogrel says:
    Flamingo Words & Music by Ed Anderson & Ted Grouya Recorded by Duke Ellington, , Herb Jeffries vocal A7 D Bm Em A7 Dm G7 Fla-min-go, like a flame in the sky Gm7 Bb7 A7 Fdim A7 D Flying over the island to my lover near-by A7 D Bm Em A7 Dm G7 Fla-min-go, with your tropical hue Gm7 Bb7 A7 Fdim A7 D For it's you I rely on and the love that is true Gm7 Gdim .
  3. Arashigar says:
    Le jazz est un genre musical originaire du Sud des États-Unis, créé à la fin du et au début du au sein des communautés afro-américaines. relations.
  4. Vucage says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Et Sa Trompette on Discogs.3/5(1).
  5. Bratilar says:
    Ce deuxième ou troisième album des groovies si on compte le mini LP «Sneakers» de est du pur rock n’roll. Il se situe juste avant l’excellent «Teenage head» mais pour moi il est aussi bon!! Sur ce disque aucun titre n’est à jeter et cet album vous donnera la pêche pour la journée!!/5(24).
  6. Doshura says:
    Flamingo (Brandon Flowers album) () Flamingo (Herbie Mann album) () Flamingo (Olympia album) () Flamingos, a album by Enrique Bunbury; Songs "Flamingo" (song), a song written by Ted Grouya and Edmund Anderson "Flamingo", a song by English group Kero Kero Bonito "Flamingo", a song by Venezuelan group La Vida Bohème.
  7. Akigami says:
    Aug 23,  · The focus of this set is a seldom-heard session that Ada Moore recorded for Charles Mingus' Debut Records label in The lineup is certainly nothing to complain about; Moore is joined by guitarist Tal Farlow, bassist Oscar Pettiford, and alto saxman John La Porta (among others), and Mingus helps with the arrangements.
  8. Malalkis says:
    Feb 06,  · According to Wikipedia, "Flamingo" () is a popular song and jazz standard written by Ted Grouya and Edmund Anderson and first performed by Herb Jeffries and Duke Ellington. Other notable.
  9. Akinojas says:
    Directed by Josef Berne. With Duke Ellington, Herb Jeffries, Janet Collins, Talley Beatty.

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