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March 1999, Gallery of Covers

New this month, larger cover images for your enjoyment


Just click on any cover or title to hear the MIDI version of the music

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My Wild Irish Rose

(1899)
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Lucky Me, Loveable You

(1929)
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Fools Rush In

(1940)

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Face To Face

(1897)
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Somewhere A Voice
Is Calling
(1911)
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I've Got A Locket
In My Pocket
(1945)

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Love Sends A Little Gift
Of Roses
(1919)
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Don't Cry Baby

(1943)
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Can Anyone Explain?

(1945)

Prior Month Features:

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Melody Of Love

(1903)
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Pretty Baby

(1916)
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When God Gave Me You I Got
More Than My Share
(1916)
Please return to the March Feature for more great music.



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