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9 thoughts on “ James McMillan Featuring Priscilla Jones - You Cant Hide From The Memories (CD)

  1. However you can’t hide the fact that you’re getting older. That particular photograph is two years old and I’m 47 now. Decca/James McMillan. JAZZ CD REVIEWS Discourse with Kevin Jones.
  2. James had been employed by Duke University Health System working as a Housekeeping Specialist in the Davidson Building (South Duke). His career with Duke began on September 17, retiring on February 01, after sharing thirty years of life with his Duke family. James was a devoted and loving husband to the late Angela Kithcart.
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  7. Disc 2: I Keep Forgettin' (Every Time You're Near), Cherish, When I See You Smile, Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do), Always, True, Angel Of The Morning, Right Here Waiting, Tonight I Celebrate My Love, Can't Fight This Feeling, All I Need, Baby Come To Me (featuring James Ingram), You're A Friend Of Mine (featuring Jackson Browne), I'll.
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