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Mick Urry His Orchestra And Singers - In A Party Mood mp3 track

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Performer: Mick Urry His Orchestra And Singers
Title: In A Party Mood
Released: 1985
Style: Easy Listening
Category: Latin / Pop / World, Folk, Country / Screen, stage
Rating: 4.2 ✦
Other format: MPC AHX XM ASF AAC MOD VOX

Tracklist

Quickstep Medley
A1a Come On Over To My Place
A1b Ma He's Making Eyes At Me
A1a After You've Gone
A2 Fidgety Feet
Hi-De-Hi
A3 Holiday Rock
A4 Theme From The Minder
Charleston Medley
A5a Charleston
A5b Has Anyone Seen My Girl
A5c I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight
Gay Gordon's Medley
A6a Cock O' The North
A6b Scotland The Brave
A7 Agadoo
Barn Dance Medley
B1a Tiptoe Through The Tulips
B1b Heart Of My Heart
B1c Friends And Neighbours
B2 Birdie Song
Paul Jones Medley
B3a Around The Mulberry Bush
B3b Passing Strangers
B3c Change Partners
B3d We'll Meet Again
B3e Hands Up
B4 The Conga
B5 Can Can
B6 Auld Lang Syne

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – CTS Studios

Credits

  • Producer – Tommy Sanderson

Notes

℗1985 ©1985
Recorded at CTS Studio's.

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