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Otuitui Tau Mafatu (The Beat Of My Heart) - Gaston Guilbert - Tahiti: Dream Island

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  1. Goltijind says:
    “Tahiti, Dream Island” is a wonderful introduction to traditional Polynesian music. Inside the gate-fold cover the producers have generously created text that gives us a snapshot of life on the island today., (at least at the time the music was recorded, late 50s – early 60s most likely as there are no dates)/5(8).
  2. Todal says:
    Listen to Otuitui Tau Mafatu (The Beat Of My Heart) by Gaston Guilbert - Tahiti: Dream Island. Deezer: free music streaming. Discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
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    Aug 13,  · Aviso-escorteur Doudart de Lagrée, assemblage de photos et extrait de otuitui tau mafatu.
  7. Tegor says:
    06 Gaston Guilbert - Maruru A Vau (Goodbye To You) 07 Gaston Guilbert - Marcelle Vahine (Miss Marcelle) 08 Gaston Guilbert - Otuitui Tau Mafatu (The Beat Of My Heart) 09 Gaston Guilbert - Hei Porohiti (Big Red Flower) 10 Gaston Guilbert - Manuia (Good Luck) 11 Gaston Guilbert - E Vai Te Pape Puooro (There'll Always Be A River Puooro) 12 Gaston.
  8. Vikus says:
    Tahiti: Dream Island, an album by Gaston Guilbert on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  9. Arami says:
    Feb 19,  · “Tahiti, Dream Island” is a wonderful introduction to traditional Polynesian music. Inside the gate-fold cover the producers have generously created text that gives us a snapshot of life on the island today., (at least at the time the music was recorded, late 50s 5/5(3).

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