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. Mungo Campbell - Elmer Bernstein, Roy Budd - Wheres Jack? / Kidnapped (CD, Album) 31.08.2019 31.08.2019 Nisar


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  2. Voodoozil says:
    / Kidnapped on Discogs. Label: Tickertape - tt • Format: CD Album • Country: Luxembourg • Genre: Stage & Screen • Style: Musical Elmer Bernstein, Roy Budd - Where's Jack?
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    Roy Budd () was a self-taught musician who began his career as a jazz pianist, but he gained what little fame he acquired during his lifetime as an exceptional film composer, scoring over 50 films. This outline chronicles the musical career of Roy Budd.
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