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  4. Apr 19,  · Last Tango in Paris, an Album by Gato Barbieri. Released in on United Artists (catalog no. UAS 29 I; Vinyl LP). Genres: Film Score, Jazz. Featured peformers: Gato Barbieri (tenor saxophone, flute, aka_text vocal role_id aka_text), Franco D'Andrea (piano), Franco Goldani (accordion), Wolmer Beltrami (accordion), J.F. Jenny Clark (bass), Giovanni Tommaso (bass), Pierino /5(7).
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