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1. Mimi

Mimi

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3. Mimi

Mimi

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5. I'm Gonna Shine To Day - Maurice Chevalier

I'm Gonna Shine To Day - Maurice Chevalier

I'm Gonna Shine To Day - Maurice Chevalier

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6. Thundercat - Return To The Journey - With Maurice Chevalier

Thundercat - Return To The Journey - With Maurice Chevalier

I (respectfully) added piano and virtual distortion guitar over Thundercat's "Return to the Journey" from the album The Golden Age of the Apocalypse

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7. PHARRELL WILLIAMS Vs Maurice Chevalier - Happy Prosper

PHARRELL WILLIAMS Vs Maurice Chevalier -  Happy Prosper

PHARRELL WILLIAMS Vs Maurice Chevalier - Happy Prosper

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10. Moving Target - Polyrhythmic fusion Jazz ballad

Moving Target - Polyrhythmic fusion Jazz ballad

Work in progress fusion piece

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11. EASE INTO IT ft MAURICE CHEVALIER

EASE INTO IT ft MAURICE CHEVALIER

Addition keys drum programming and rearranged by Maurice Chevalier

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12. Harold Stern - Isn’t It Romantic (Bill Smith, Vocal) (1932)

Harold Stern - Isn’t It Romantic (Bill Smith, Vocal) (1932)

Joel Whitburn “Pop Memories” - charted track, not elsewhere on YouTube as of this posting. The brilliant 1932 Paramount musical "Love Me Tonight," starring Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette MacDonald, introduced an outstanding song score by Rodgers & Hart which included the title song, "Lover," "Mimi," and "Isn't It Romantic," which unfolds during the film's imaginative opening sequence. Originally issued on Columbia 2718-D - Isn't It Romantic (Rodgers-Hart) by Harold Stern & his Orchestra, vocal by Bill Smith, recorded September 29, 1932 (actual label scan not available). Courtesy of Youtube user MusicProf78.

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