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  1. You'll Recognize My Baby
  2. The Moon Is Low
  3. Let Me Sing - And I'm Happy
  4. Black Horse
  5. The "Free and Easy"
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  1. You'll Recognize My Baby
  2. The Moon Is Low
  3. Let Me Sing - And I'm Happy
  4. Black Horse
  5. The "Free and Easy"
  6. You Darlin'
  7. Just a Little Closer
  8. What's the Use of Living Without Love
  9. When the Morning Rolls Around
  10. Have You Ever Been Lonely? (Have You Ever Been Blue?)
  11. You've Got Me Crying Again
  12. Hustlin' and Bustlin' for Baby
  13. You Must Believe Me
  14. Blue Prelude
  15. Mississippi Basin
  16. Charlie's Home
  17. Happy as the Day Is Long
  18. Ah, But Is It Love?
  19. I've Gotta Get Up and Go to Work
  20. If I Had Somebody to Love
  21. Dream On
  22. By a Waterfall
  23. Sittin' on a Backyard Fence
  24. I'll Be Faithful
  25. Beloved
  26. You've Got Ev'rything
  27. And So, Good-Bye
  28. Sweet Madness
  29. Savage Serenade
  30. Song of Surrender
  31. Coffee in the Morning, Kisses in the Night
  32. Sittin' on a Log (Pettin' My Dog)
  33. I Raised My Hat
  34. On the Wrong Side of the Fence
  35. Ol' Pappy
  36. Who Walks in When I Walk Out
  37. Got the Jitters
  38. Keep on Doin' What You're Doin'
  39. Get Goin'
  40. A Hundred Years from Today
  41. A Thousand Good Nights
  42. Butterfingers
  43. Waitin' at the Gate for Katy (-1)
  44. Waitin' at the Gate for Kay (-2)
  45. Little Did I Dream
  46. How Can It Be a Beautiful Day? (-1)
  47. How Can It Be a Beautiful Day? (-2)
  48. I've Got a Warm Spot in My Heart for You
  49. Why Don't You Practice What You Preach
  50. The Better to Love You, My Dear
  51. I Wish I Were Twins
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Jazz Oracle's double-disc survey of Adrian Rollini's recording activity during the years 1929-1934 will surprise and satisfy anyone with an established or latent appetite for pop vocals from the period in question. What makes it work so well is the participation of great jazz musicians like Bunny Berigan, Pee Wee Russell, and Benny Goodman. A skilled multi-instrumentalist, Rollini recorded extensively as sideman, accompanist, and leader. His bass saxophone crops up all over this set, in harmony with master musicians like ...

Adrian Rollini as a Sideman, Vol. 1 2006, Jazz Oracle

UPC: 620588805028

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