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Jeff Cosco|Rred Heart Bridge

Rred Heart Bridge

Jeff Cosco

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Old Shoes
00:03:45

Don Mancuso, Composer - Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

2
Bridge
00:03:37

Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

3
Falling Down
00:03:15

Don Mancuso, Composer - Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

4
Into the Night
00:03:58

Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist - Ron Rocco, Composer

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

5
Let Me Feel It
00:04:40

Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist - Ron Rocco, Composer

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

6
No Room
00:03:51

Don Mancuso, Composer - Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

7
Oh Well
00:03:52

Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

8
Toys
00:03:16

Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

9
Dim
00:03:15

Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

10
Underground Mind
00:00:39

Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

11
Deal with That
00:02:57

Don Mancuso, Composer - Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

12
Inspire Me
00:04:19

Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist - Ron Rocco, Composer

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

13
Window
00:03:33

Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

14
Jamaica
00:01:58

Jeff Cosco, Composer, MainArtist

1999 Jeff Cosco 1999 Jeff Cosco

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