Harlem Nights Soundtrack (1989) OST

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    Harlem nights (1989) Soundtrack

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    AKA spanish:

    Noches de Harlem

    AKA french:

    Les nuits de Harlem

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Listen Harlem Nights (1989) Soundtrack

Harlem Nights was released in the year 1989, some songs of the official soundtrack are Take The 'A' Train by Duke Ellington, Take My Heart by Nat Brandwynne, One O'clock Jump by Count Basie, Long Time No See by The Andrews Sisters. Listen the soundtrack online!

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Take the 'a' train

Duke Ellington: performer
Billy Strayhorn: writer
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Take my heart

Nat Brandwynne: performer
Buddy Clark: performer
Fred E. Ahlert: composer
Joe Young: writer
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One o'clock jump

Count Basie: performer
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Long time no see

The Andrews Sisters: performer
James Cavanaugh: writer
Arthur Altman: writer
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Just one more chance

Billie Holiday: performer
Arthur Johnston: composer
Sam Coslow: writer
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Heaven help this heart of mine

Eddy Duchin: performer
Buddy Clark: performer
Teddy Powell: writer
Leonard Whitcup: writer
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Drop me off in harlem

Duke Ellington: composer, performer
Louis Armstrong: performer
Nick Kenny: writer

Allegro from quartet in c major k 157


Black beauty

Duke Ellington: writer

It don't mean a thing (if it ain't got that swing)

Duke Ellington: composer
Irving Mills: writer

Mama, eu quero

Albert Stillman: writer
Al Stillman: writer
Jararaca: composer
Vicente Paiva: composer

Mood indigo

Duke Ellington: writer
Irving Mills: writer
Barney Bigard: writer

Oh promise me

John McCormack: performer
Reginald De Koven: composer

Sophisticated lady

Duke Ellington: composer
Irving Mills: writer
Mitchell Parish: writer

The gal from joe's

Duke Ellington: composer
Irving Mills: writer

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