Could I Have This Dance - Shoji* - After Dark (Cassette)

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  2. Shoji Tabuchi recorded after Some info in albums list ALBUMS NRP NR Japan To Nashville: Shoji SHO After Dark: (Where Do I Begin) Love Story; You Needed Me; Bouquet of Roses; Could I Have This Dance; Minor Swing – ca 78 Aunt Susie ASR Live At The Grapevine Opry.
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