Performer: Jerry Lemay
Title: Jerry Lemay À L'Orgue, Vol.2
Style: Easy Listening
Album rating: 4.3
Size MP3: 1572 mb
Size FLAC: 1922 mb
Size WMA: 1758 mb
Other formats: AIFF MP1 AA VQF MMF MP4 MPC
|A4||Aquellos Ojos Verdes||2:32|
|A5||Un Poquito De Tu Amor||2:03|
|B1||Tout Est Fini||1:52|
|B2||La Pagala No.1||2:03|
|B3||Quoi Qu'il Advienne||2:28|
|B4||Mon Coeur D'enfant||2:14|
|B5||Tourne Pacala, Tourne||2:05|
|B6||Chanson Pour Toi||4:02|
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