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Its Easy to Remember

Cory Weeds Quintet

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With Prestige
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Kenny Drew, Composer - Cory Weeds Quintet, MainArtist - Third Party Publishing, MusicPublisher

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Expose
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Ross Taggart, Composer - Cory Weeds Quintet, MainArtist - Third Party Publishing, MusicPublisher

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Candy Man
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Luis Giraldo, Composer - Cory Weeds Quintet, MainArtist - Third Party Publishing, MusicPublisher

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Its Easy To Remember
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Richard Rodgers, Composer - Lorenz Hart, Composer - Cory Weeds Quintet, MainArtist - Third Party Publishing, MusicPublisher

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Bossa For All
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David Hazeltine, Composer - Cory Weeds Quintet, MainArtist - Third Party Publishing, MusicPublisher

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Kelp
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Ross Taggart, Composer - Cory Weeds Quintet, MainArtist - Third Party Publishing, MusicPublisher

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The Mabe
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Cory Weeds Quintet, MainArtist - Cory Weeds, Composer - Third Party Publishing, MusicPublisher

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