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Fårfarmaren (Comme DHabitude) - William Freestyle, Limmericks - Sverige (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  3. American jazz trumpeter, born June 20, in Texarkana, Texas, died April 13, in New York City. Wright played with Bennie Moten, The Missourians, Cab Calloway, Charlie Barnet, Don Redman, Claude Hopkins, Cootie Williams, Lucky Millinder, Sy Oliver, Louis Armstrong among others.
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  7. Aug 31,  · To settle the matter, I traveled to the heart of limerick-land, the tiny village of Croom (pop. 1,), ten miles south of Limerick City. Just a few steps from a short stone bridge over the Maigue.

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