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20th Century Masters 2001

About the Album: These 12 delights trace the Decca career of one of our most heartwarming song stylists. Here are his hits Blue Tail Fly (with Andrews Sisters); Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly); The Wild Side of Life; A Little Bitty Tear; Funny Way of Laughin'; Call Me Mr. In-Between; Mary Ann Regrets , and more.

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