Album of the week 21 February 2015


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A Tribute to Miriam Makeba - Lorraine Klaasen

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Just One Of Those Things by Nat King Cole

Album of the week 1 November

Barry Manilow - Manilow Sings Sinatra

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Cliff Richard - Bold As Brass

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