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To Each His Own - Trudy Erwin / Opie Cates And His Orchestra - To Each His Own / Cherokee (Shellac)

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  7. Opie Cates And His Orchestra with Trudy Erwin ‎– Dance Date US Released: Genre: Jazz, Pop. Style: Swing, Jazz-Rock. Tracklist. A1: Cherokee: A2: Blues In B Flat: A3: Madame X: A4: Sheik Of Araby: A5: I've Found A New Baby: B1: To Each His Own: B2: Whatta Ya Gonna Do: B3: All The Cats Join In: B4: Out Of Nowhere.
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