Al Gilbert - Advanced Tap-A-One album flac
- Album: Advanced Tap-A-One
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- Style: Education
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|A||Advanced Tap-A-One (Vocal)
Narrator [Instruction By] – Al Gilbert
|B||Advanced Tap-A-One (Instrumental)||1:53|
- Written-By – Al Gilbert, Art Barduhn*
NotesGrade 1 Tap Advanced
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