The latest Daffod'i'll releases

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The latest Daffod'i'll releases

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Since my last update on the prolific releases of Daffod'i'll, at which point we had reached album number fifty five, he's managed to put out another four: #56 is called ‘Dillourise' and comprises songs called "All", "Am I?", "Art Artistic", "Bubble Up!", "Colours", "Do You?", "Everything!", "Feel"and "Fine!". #57 is ‘OB' with a western European theme and songs titled "Alsatian", "Belgica", "Dutch", English", "Frankish", "French, "German" and "Luxembourgish". #58 has the title "OD" and the songs "A I", "Another Way", "Bella", "Have Been", "Melody", "No One", "Real", "Silent", "Surely" and "Sweetheart" while #59 is called "OZ" with tracks called "Glamour", "Lullaby", "Music Lover", "Na Do", "Second Coming", "This Way", "Walking" and "Yo No Too".

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