Dinah Sings, Previn Plays

Dinah Sings, Previn Plays is a 1960 album by Dinah Shore, accompanied by André Previn.

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Dinah Sings, Previn Plays - Personnel - Performance
... Dinah Shore - vocals Red Mitchell - double bass André Previn - piano Frank Capp - drums ...

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