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The Wurlitzer: El Dia de los Muertos

A day meant to honor and celebrate those who have died and to keep their memory alive through song.


Buck Owens -Streets of Bakersfield

Harry Belafonte - Jump in the Line

Marshall Crenshaw - Passing Through

Frank Sinatra - My Way

Rosemary Clooney -Sway

Lyle Lovett - I Loved you Yesterday

Johnny Nash - I Can See Clearly Now

Barbara Streisand -Somewhere

Beatles - In My Life

The Who - Magic Bus

Caro Emerald -Back It Up

Ella and Louis - They Can't take That Away From Me

Louis Armstrong - Wonderful World

Cab Calloway - Everybody Eats At My House

Beatles -Till There Was You

Glenn Miller - I've Got A Gal in Kalamazoo

Harry Belafonte - Try To Remember


Los Lobos -Peace

Hyacinth House -Road To Flowers

Geraldo & the Undead - Highway to Hell

Santana - Smooth

Billy Brandt - Mexico

Belafonte & Odetta - Hole in the Bucket

Luis Fonti - Despacito

Jose Ganzales - Heartbeat

Gotan Project - Mi Confession

Los Banditos -Juana La Cubana


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