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October 07, 2008

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Perfect Moment Project

Great idea. I'll dig around to see more. Just love Old haunts and rainy days in New York. Autumn in New York, making your own music.

http://perfectmomentproject.blogspot.com/2008/10/old-haunts-and-rainy-days-in-new-york.html

Jason Crane

Great selections all. My favorite is Mel Torme's version from his album Songs of New York.

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