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AppleSass
Charlie Bertini

Price $15.00

Record label: AppleJazz Records
Catalog # AJCD0001
Produced by Charlie Bertini
Recorded LIVE at the AppleJazz Festival 6/10/94, Preble, NY

This is the second Live recording of the AppleJazz Band. (See Acid Dixie). Charlie Bertini's soaring trumpet leads these Upstate New York musicians through a variety of traditional jazz and Dixieland tunes, performed in the unique AppleJazz funky style. This band's music has been self-described as "Acid Dixie". World-renowned tubaist Dave Gannett plays some truly unbelievable solos, and vocalist Joe Whiting and guitarist Dave Feinstein join forces on a steamy blues to make this as versatile a concert as you will ever hear.

Musicians:
CHARLIE BERTINI trumpet, leader
DICK CHAVE trombone
JOHN KANE saxes
DAVE GANNETT tuba/fender bass
DAVE HANLON drums
LARRY ARLOTTA keyboards
JOE WHITING vocals (tracks 9,10)
DAVE FEINSTEIN guitar (track 10)

 

  1. Things Ain't What They Used To Be (Ellington)
  2. Sugar Blues
    (C. Williams)
  3. In The Mood
    (Garland)
  4. Brahms Lullaby
    (Brahms)
  5. Embraceable You
    (Gershwin)
  6. I Found A New Baby
    (S. Williams)
  7. Caravan
    (Ellington/Mills)
  8. Si Tu Vois Ma Mere
    (Bechet)
  9. Makin' Whoopee
    (Donaldson/Kahn)
  10. Outskirts Of Town
    (Weldon)
  11. When The Saints Go Marching In
    (trad)

 

Charlie Bertini Album Jewels

JEWELS
Charlie Bertini
$15.00

Record Label: AppleJazz Records
Catalog # AJCD0034
Produced by Charlie Bertini
Recorded February 16 & 17, 1995 at PARC Studios, Altamonte Springs, FL

Here are some words from the two artists on this recording:

"When my wife became pregnant with our first child, she asked me if I would record some trumpet music to play for the baby in the womb. The music would have to be delicate, sweet, soothing, and simple. It must be relaxing for the listener, be it Mother or Child, and timeless in style and interpretation. I called upon Randy Morris to play piano in his articulate, sensitive manner. Randy informed me that he had just become a grandfather and would be delighted to record some songs for HIS new grandson. And so the song selection began; some standards, some classics, a waltz, a lullaby, and some very personal compositions by close friends (previously unrecorded and unpublished). All in all, a collection of very special tunes for some very special people, recorded in an intimate setting; a grand piano and a solo horn. The Songs, the Instruments, the Listeners; all JEWELS."

- Charlie Bertini

"It is serendipitous when working on an enjoyable music project aligns with a happy event in one's personal life. Such is the case here, when the preparation of this album coincided with the arrival of my first grandchild, Samuel A. Morris. Charlie, his wife, Denise, my daughter, Dawn, and little Sam all contribute to the happiness and warmth found in this music."

- Randy Morris

Musicians:
CHARLIE BERTINI trumpet/cornet/flugelhorn
RANDY MORRIS piano

 

 

  1. Yes, Sir, That's My Baby 2:30
    (Walter Donaldson)
  2. The More I See You 4:20
    (Mack Gordon/Harry Warren)
  3. Charlie 3:54 (Walt Stuart)
  4. Can I See Your Smile Again 2:40
    (Holland Gregg)
  5. This Could Be The Start Of Something 3:30 (Steve Allen)
  6. I'm In The Mood For Love 5:04
    (Jimmy McHugh/Dorothy Fields)
  7. Blue Turning Grey Over You 4:02
    (Fats Waller)
  8. I'll Be Seeing You 3:47 (Sammy Fain/Irving Kahal)
  9. Got A Great Big Date
    (With A Little Bitta Girl) 3:14 (Joe Sanders)
  10. Brahms Lullaby 3:50 (Johannes Brahms)
  11. Isn't This A Lovely Day To Fly 4:23
    (Tom Haskell)
  12. Reagan's Reggae 4:00 (Charlie Bertini)
  13. A Hundred Years From Today 4:31
    (Victor Young)
  14. The Waiter 5:22 (Bill Allred)
  15. A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes 3:04 (David/Hoffman/Livingston)
  16. Rock A Bye Baby 3:37 (Effie Canning)

 

Charlie Bertini Album Out of Season

OUT OF SEASON
Charlie Bertini
Price $15.00

Record label: AppleJazz Records
catalog # AJCD0595

Produced by Charlie Bertini
Recorded at Phat Planet Recording Studio, Orlando, FL 3/2000

This recording was engineered and mixed like a fine soup recipe, using a combination of old-world and new-world ingredients. Much of the sound, including the overdubs, was captured using the famous Blumlein microphone technique, which results in a very natural, spacious sound. We also used some new-world spices to keep the intimacy, punch, clarity, and dynamics that make a great jazz recording come alive. The technology included some custom-built, one-of-a-kind A/D and D/A converters as well as 24-bit recording and analog mixing on the fabulous all-discrete API Legacy console, with unparalleled short-signal path and headroom.

The history of this recording traces its roots to what began for us as a musical "Christmas card" to friends and family that evolved into two best-selling Christmas albums through the foresight of Arbors Records CEO, Mat Domber. Those recordings are CHRISTMAS COOKIES and FRESH BATCH. (www.arborsjazz.com)

We were privileged to touch many people's lives in an intimate way through those recordings, including two longtime fans of Bill Allred's Classic Jazz Band and its lead trumpeter, Charlie Bertini. Those two friends wanted to hear Bertini, Morris and Gannett play something other than Christmas music; to hear them "Out of Season," so to speak. Happily for us, they were willing to help make that possible.

From both the technical and musical perspectives, you will hear the guys as never before, thanks to the remarkable ears and unflinching perfectionism of legendary recordist, Bob Katz. His acoustic rendering of the trio will delight even the most demanding audiophile, revealing a warmth and intimacy that allows the music full sway.

The trio showed up at the studio with mounds of music and instruments, with variety being the operative factor. From John Katalenic's classy arrangement of "Mood Indigo," to "Come Back To Sorrento" that fairly reeks of garlic, to, of all things, "Dudley Do-Right of The Mounties"... well, pigeon-holing is out the window on this album! But it's honest, and played by three friends who love the music and love to perform - especially for you folks who love to listen.

Musicians:
CHARLIE BERTINI leader, trumpet, flugelhorn
RANDY MORRIS piano, acoustic guitar, accordion, ukelele, vibes
DAVE GANNETT tuba
ORLANDO SANCHEZ percussion

 

 

  1. IN A MELLOW TONE 4:42
    (Gabler/Ellington)
  2. THIS IS ALL I ASK (piano solo. 2:20 (Jenkins)
  3. OH, YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL 4:12
    (Brown/Ayer)
  4. SKYLARK 4:44 (Mercer/Carmichael)
  5. HERE'S THAT RAINY DAY 3:34
    (Burke/Van Heusen)
  6. THE BLUES WALK 3:03
    (Brown)
  7. YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU 3:34
    (McCarthy/Monaco)
  8. YOU'D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO 5:42 (Porter)
  9. QUIET NIGHTS OF QUIET STARS 4:18 (Jobim)
  10. COME BACK TO SORRENTO 2:27 (Ernesto/Battista)
  11. ROSETTA (piano solo. 4:21
    (Wood/Hines)
  12. DO NOTHING 'TIL YOU HEAR FROM ME 3:53 (Russell/Ellington)
  13. MOOD INDIGO 5:18
    (Ellington/Mills/Bigard)
  14. IT MIGHT AS WELL BE SPRING 4:03 (Rodgers/Hammerstein)
  15. DUDLEY DO-RIGHT OF THE MOUNTIES 0:26 (Steiner)
  16. DUDLEY DO-WRONG! 0:30
    (Steiner)

 

Charlie Bertini Applejazz Band Classic Performances
2 CD Set

CLASSIC PERFORMANCES
Charlie Bertini's AppleJazz Band
Price $20.00

Record label: AppleJazz Records
Catalog # AJCD0098
Produced by Charlie Bertini
Recorded: AppleJazz in June 1997, 1998, 1999

The AppleJazz Festival is an Upstate New York tradition that began in 1984 as a jam session, and continues as such to this day. The makeup of the band has varied somewhat from year to year, but top-quality artists and electrifying musical performances have been a hallmark of the festival from day one. We assemble only once a year and, without rehearsing, we put on a one-time show that is made up on the spot. This creates a wonderful spontaneity and excitement that only a live, improv performance can deliver.

This double CD recording was made from a collection of multi-track digital tapes that were recorded at the 1997, 1998, and 1999 festivals—the three years that we put up a huge tent for the concerts. Beautifully recorded by Mike Konkol with lots of help from Josh Jaquin, this compilation of classic AppleJazz performances covers just about every style, arrangement, and artist that has graced our bandstand.

These two discs represent the best of the AppleJazz Band. On them, you will hear fabulous performers, heartfelt arrangements, enthusiastic audiences, a little rain and thunder, and the hard-driving rhythm of this one-of-a-kind ensemble. You'll hear swing, funk, sambas, ballads, rhythm and blues, and even some Motown and Beatles selections, all improvised on the spot.

You will hear a very rare performance by singers Ronnie Leigh and Joe Whiting, who share the stage on I Love Being Here With You and America the Beautiful. Listen to the breathtaking beauty of Marvin Stamm, John Allred, and Ronnie France on A Child is Born, while a steady rainstorm underscores their playing. On the day before Father's Day 1997, I paid tribute to all of the dads in the audience by playing The Wind Beneath my Wings. You could have heard a pin drop.

Keyboardists Tommy Rau and Jeff Phillips perform beautifully on their multiple instruments, accompanying soloists and filling the air with wonderful sounds including piano, Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes, and even strings. Jeff also performs a duet with Dave Hanlon on Secret Love, with Jeff playing bass pedals with his feet!

Ronnie Leigh will treat you to his musical magic with unique renditions of I Wish You Love, Stompin' at the Savoy, and Ain't Misbehavin'. Dave Feinstein's guitar will rock your socks off on Everyday I Have the Blues and Stormy Monday. Soulful saxman John Kane is featured on Caravan and Georgia on my Mind, with fine backup work by trombonist Dick Chave. In one of his annual solos, Dave Hanlon displays his unbelievable drumming technique on Peter Gunn.

Vocalist Peter Dean brings a whole new sound to the stage with his funky version of Mustang Sally, complete with Jim Reagan's baritone sax and loose backup vocals by some partying females from our audience. Peter finishes the set with his elegant interpretation of the Beatles' Let it Be, and no AppleJazz CD would be complete without a tuba solo from our favorite low brass monster, Dave Gannett.

Whether you are driving in your car, relaxing on the sofa, or partying with friends, you will feel as though you are right in the middle of the concert, engulfed in all of its energy, urgency, excitement, and fabulous musicianship. In the words of Joe Whiting, "It's like skydiving without a parachute."

Enjoy the ride.
Charlie Bertini

Musicians:
CHARLIE BERTINI trumpet, leader
JOHN KANE tenor & soprano saxes
DICK CHAVE trombone
DAVE HANLON drums
RONNIE FRANCE bass
DAVE GANNETT tuba, bass
TOM RAU keyboards
JEFF PHILLIPS keyboards
RONNIE LEIGH vocal
JOHN ALLRED trombone
MARVIN STAMM trumpet
DAVE FEINSTEIN guitar
LOREN BARRIGAR guitar
JOE WHITING vocals
PETER DEAN vocals
JIM REAGAN baritone sax

 

 

CD 1

  1. A TRAIN 6:46 BILLY STRAYHORN
    From AppleJazz 1997: Kane, Bertini, Chave, Rau, Gannett (bass), Hanlon
  2. BYE BYE BLACKBIRD 10:32 RAY HENDERSON, MORT DIXON
    From AppleJazz 1997: Kane, Bertini, Chave, Rau, Gannett (tuba), Hanlon
  3. STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY 5:57 B. GOODMAN, C.WEBB, E. SAMPSON
    From AppleJazz 1998: Leigh, Bertini, Rau, Gannett (tuba), France, Hanlon
  4. WHEN YOU'RE SMILING 6:59 DANIEL ASH, GLENN CAMPLING
    From AppleJazz 1997: Kane, Bertini, Chave, Rau, Gannett (tuba), Hanlon
  5. I WISH YOU LOVE 6:40 L. WILSON C. TRENET
    From AppleJazz 1999: Leigh, Phillips, France, Hanlon
  6. SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY 6:22 LES BROWN, BEN HOMER, BUD GREEN
    From AppleJazz 1997: Kane, Bertini, Chave, Rau, Gannett (bass), Hanlon
  7. STRAIGHT, NO CHASER 7:41 THELONIOUS MONK
    From AppleJazz 1998: Bertini, Stamm, Allred, Rau, France, Hanlon
  8. STORMY MONDAY BLUES 6:20 B. CROWDER, B. ECKSTINE, E. HINES
    From AppleJazz 1999: Leigh, Kane, Feinstein, Phillips, France, Hanlon
  9. I LOVE BEING HERE WITH YOU 4:36 PEGGY LEE, BILL SCHLUGER
    From AppleJazz 1998: Leigh, Whiting, Kane, Bertini, Stamm, Chave, Allred, Rau, Gannett (tuba), France, Barrigar, Hanlon
  10. AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL 4:06 KATHERINE L. BATES, SAMUEL A. WARD From AppleJazz 1998: Leigh, Whiting, Kane, Bertini, Stamm, Chave, Allred, Rau, Gannett (tuba), France, Barrigar, Hanlon
  11. COMMENTS BY DAVE GANNETT 5:45

CD 2

  1. CARAVAN 7:12 JUAN TIZOL, DUKE ELLINGTON, IRVING MILLS
    From AppleJazz 1997: Kane, Bertini, Chave, Rau, Gannett (bass), Hanlon
  2. AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' 6:13 HARRY BROOKS, ANDY RAZAF, THOMAS WALLER From AppleJazz 1998: Leigh, Kane, Bertini, Chave, Rau, France, Hanlon
  3. MY SECRET LOVE 6:33 SAMMY FAIN, PAUL FRANCIS WEBSTER
    From AppleJazz 1999: Phillips, Hanlon
  4. GEORGIA ON MY MIND 9:47 HOAGY CARMICHAEL, STUART GORRELL
    From AppleJazz 1998: Kane, Bertini, Chave, Rau, France, Hanlon
  5. THE WIND BENEATH MY WINGS 4:23 LARRY HENLEY, JEFF SILBAR
    From AppleJazz 1997: Bertini, Rau
  6. EVERY DAY I HAVE THE BLUES 5:03 PETER CHATMAN (MEMPHIS SLIM)
    From AppleJazz 1999: Leigh, Kane, Bertini, Chave, Feinstein, Phillips, France, Hanlon
  7. PETER GUNN 8:48 HENRY MANCINI
    From AppleJazz 1997: Kane, Bertini, Chave, Rau, Gannett (bass), Hanlon
  8. A CHILD IS BORN 8:13 THAD JONES
    From AppleJazz 1998: Stamm, Allred, Rau, France, Hanlon
  9. MUSTANG SALLY 4:55 BONNY RICE
    From AppleJazz 1998: Dean, Kane, Bertini, Chave, Reagan, Rau, France, Hanlon
  10. LET IT BE 5:42 LENNON, McCARTNEY From AppleJazz 1998: Dean, Kane, Bertini, Chave, Reagan, Rau, France,
    Hanlon

 

Charlie Bertini Album Triology

TRIOLOGY
Charlie Bertini
Price $15.00

Record label: AppleJazz Records
Catalog # AJCD0003
Produced by Charlie Bertini
Recorded and mixed by Veit Renn at The Mix Palace, Lake Mary, FL September 2010
Mastered by Bob Katz at Digital Domain, Orlando, FL

The Trio
We started this trio for two reasons: to have some fun with a small, compact group, and to keep costs economical. Jeff, Eddie and I have worked together in many musical groups; Jeff's unusual talent for playing bass pedals gave us a rare opportunity to book the trio in small venues and jazz clubs and keep the group affordable for our audiences.

A trio might seem limited in its musical scope, but the opposite is true. We can play almost any style of music, and improvise on a song without having to communicate with a large ensemble of players. The result is spontaneity and freedom to "go anywhere" musically. And again, Jeff's talent means that the keyboard player and bass player always agree on the changes!

Keyboardists that accompany themselves with bass lines are not new. Jimmy Smith, Shirley Scott, Groove Holmes, Dr. Lonnie Smith, and Joey DeFrancesco have all dazzled fans with swinging bass lines since the 1960's.

Having this variety in repertoire made it difficult to name this album, as we didn't want to classify the music into a specific category. It is a study in styles ranging from Swing to Pop to Broadway to Latin to New Orleans Parade music. Thanks goes to our brilliant recording engineer, Veit Renn, who appropriately named the project TRIOLOGY. Trios certainly aren't unique, but this one is. We hope you will enjoy this music again and again.

- Charlie Bertini

Musicians:
CHARLIE BERTINI: trumpet, flugelhorn
JEFF PHILLIPS: keyboards, midi bass pedals
EDDIE METZ, JR: drums, percussion

 

 

  1. It's Only A Paper Moon 5:53
    (Yip Harburg, Harold Arlen, Billy Rose)
  2. Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me 5:42
    (Duke Ellington, Bob Russell)
  3. Someday You'll Be Sorry 7:17
    (Louise Armstrong) arranged by Harold Johnson
  4. Straight, No Chaser 4:43
    (Thelonius Monk)
  5. Cute 3:45
    (Neil Hefti)
  6. A Child Is Born 7:46
    (Thad Jones)
  7. I Can't Give You Anything But Love 5:45
    (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields)
  8. When I Fall In Love 7:13
    (Victor Young, Edward Heyman)
  9. Strike Up The Band 4:47
    (George & Ira Gershwin)
  10. Ja-Da Cha Cha 3:56
    (Bob Carleton, J. Vinson)
  11. Somewhere from 'West Side Story' 4:55
    (Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim) arranged by John Katalenic
  12. Caravan 6:42
    (Juan Tizol, Duke Ellington)
  13. America The Beautiful 2:37 (Katerine Lee Bates, Samuel A .Ward)

 

Christmas Cookies CD - Charlie Bertini

CHRISTMAS COOKIES
Charlie Bertini
Price $15.00

Record label: Arbors Records, Inc.
catalog # ARCD19122
Produced by Charlie Bertini
Recorded at YRS Studios, Orlando, FL 12/92

This unique recording features Charlie Bertini's sparkling trumpet and silky flugelhorn, Randy Morris' amazing piano artistry, and Dave Gannett's legendary tuba playing on some refreshing arrangements of holiday classics. Joined by Renee Dover on violin and Eddie Metz on drums, these Christmas treats will never sound sweeter. Rapidly becoming a classic recording for the Arbors Records label, this will be an album that never leaves your playlist at Christmastime. Also check out the sequel, FRESH BATCH.

Musicians:
CHARLIE BERTINI leader, trumpet, flugelhorn
RANDY MORRIS piano, banjo, guitar
DAVE GANNETT tuba
RENEE DOVER violin
EDDIE METZ drums, percussion

 

 

  1. Oh Christmas Tree 4:38 (traditional)
  2. Jingle Bells 3:00 (Pierpont)
  3. The Christmas Waltz 3:04 (Cahn/Styne)
  4. Sleigh Ride 1:55 (Anderson/Parish)
  5. The Christmas Song 4:25 (Wells/Torme)
  6. A Child Is Born 3:33 (Jones/Wilder)
  7. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus 2:32 (Connor)
  8. Silver Bells 3:26 (Livingston/Evans)
  9. Christmastime Is Here 2:40 (Guaraldi)
  10. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer 5:02 (Marks)
  11. Let It Snow 3:24 (Cahn/Styne)
  12. White Christmas 3:00 (Berlin)
  13. Winter Wonderland 2:34 (Bernard/Smith)
  14. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 4:27 (Blane/Martin)
  15. It Came Upon A Midnight Clear 3:21 (Willis/Sears)
  16. What Are You Doing New Year's Eve? 4:27 (Loesser)
  17. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town 4:42 (Coots/Gillespie)
  18. Here Comes Santa Claus/Jingle Bell Rock 3:44 (Autry/Oakley/Haldeman) (Beal/Booth)
  19. I'll Be Home For Christmas 4:22
    (Gannon/Kent/Ram)
  20. We Wish You A Merry Christmas :48 (traditional)

 

Fresh Batch Christmas CD - Charlie Bertini

FRESH BATCH
Charlie Bertini
Price $15.00

Record label: Arbors Records
catalog # ARCD19201
Produced by Charlie Bertini
Recorded at PARC Studios, Altamonte Springs ,FL
December 8 & 9. 1997

When Mat Domber asked us to record a sequel to CHRISTMAS COOKIES, Randy Morris, Dave Gannett and I began compiling a list of songs we'd like to play. Thinking "There can't be that many tunes left" (we recorded 20 on Volume One), we came up with 26 more titles! Narrowing our selections down to 17, we began working on how we would arrange and present this Fresh Batch. Each of us took on a group of songs, keeping in mind that we wanted to retain our original sound and style. Dave and Reneé took most of the vernacular titles, Randy took the whimsical and the commercial songs, and I got to stylize the remaining cuts. Randy and I even wrote an original tune for this album, Santa's Little Girl. We called upon John Katalenic for two arrangements; Toyland, and Sweet Little Jesus Boy, and his charts are among some of the most unique and beautiful Christmas arrangements I have ever heard. Toyland starts with the verse, which is not commonly heard. John's stark and intimate arrangement of Sweet Little Jesus Boy was inspired by notes he found in the original sheet music regarding the "Singing of Negro Songs", stating that "Spirituals should be unaccompanied, solo-voiced songs, sung to oneself, holding personal communion with God. Instrumental accompaniments should always be unobstructive, resulting in a simple, sincere, and intimate expression of feeling".

Other arranging credits go to Dave Gannett for his Spanish version of What Child Is This, titled Que Es Este Niño? and his transcriptions of two songs; Lo How A Rose Ere Blooming, arranged by Spevacek, and The Lord's Prayer, arranged by Derek Johnson.

As with any recording session involving this crew, we had a lot of fun. At the completion of our take on "Two Front Teeth", Randy blasted into a nit-wit version of a Vaudeville chaser, not knowing that the tape was still rolling! When we heard the playback, we laughed so hard we decided to keep it. All the guys gathered around the vintage RCA ribbon mic, and we played the whistles and hoots in classic "radio broadcast" style to give Randy's chaser the finishing

Musicians:
CHARLIE BERTINI trumpet, flugelhorn
RANDY MORRIS piano
DAVID GANNETT tuba, helicon
RENEE DOVER violin, angel voices
ALLAN VACHE clarinet
BOB LEARY guitar
EDDIE METZ drums, percussion

 

 

  1. IT'S THE MOST WONDERFUL
    TIME OF THE YEAR 3:02
    (Eddie Pola/George Wyle)
  2. WE NEED A LITTLE CHRISTMAS 3:59
    (Jerry Herman)
  3. MARCH OF THE TOYS 2:40
    (Victor Herbert)
  4. TOYLAND 4:57
    (Victor Herbert)
  5. FROSTY THE SNOWMAN 6:09
    (Nelson/Rollins)
  6. AVE MARIA 2:14
    (Frans Schubert/Sir Walter Scott)
  7. IT'S BEGINNING TO LOOK
    A LOT LIKE CHRISTMAS 3:52
    (Meredith Willson)
  8. O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM 3:37 (Brooks/Redner)
  9. SILENT NIGHT 4:56
    (Frans Gruber)
  10. LO HOW A ROSE ERE BLOOMING 2:58 (Michael Praetorius)
  11. QUE NIÑO ES? 5:27
    (Traditional)
  12. SWEET LITTLE JESUS BOY 4:27
    (Robert Mac Gimsey)
  13. THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME
    FOR THE HOLIDAYS 3:32
    (Robert Allen/ Al Stillman )
  14. SANTA'S LITTLE GIRL 3:49
    (Charlie Bertini/Randy Morris)
  15. ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS
    IS MY TWO FRONT TEETH 3:38
    (Don Gardner)
  16. THE LORD'S PRAYER 2:36
    (Traditional)
  17. WHITE CHRISTMAS SAMBA 6:55
    (Irving Berlin)

 

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