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The Smooth Jazz Alley

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1
EBF (feat. Joel Del Rosario)
00:04:57

Joel Del Rosario, Composer, FeaturedArtist - Marco Montoya, Composer - The Smooth Jazz Alley, MainArtist

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Let's Ride
00:04:14

Kevin Lewis, Composer - Marco Montoya, Composer - Matt Godina, Composer - The Smooth Jazz Alley, MainArtist

2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley 2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley

3
Tidal (feat. Andy Snitzer)
00:04:18

Andy Snitzer, FeaturedArtist - Marco Montoya, Composer - Stanley Evans, Composer - The Smooth Jazz Alley, MainArtist

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4
Bay Breeze (feat. Stan Evans & Tony Peebles)
00:04:29

Marco Montoya, Composer - Stanley Evans, Composer - The Smooth Jazz Alley, MainArtist - Tony Peebles, FeaturedArtist - Stan Evans, FeaturedArtist

2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley 2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley

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Night Out (feat. Matt Godina)
00:04:30

Kevin Lewis, Composer - Marco Montoya, Composer - Matt Godina, Composer, FeaturedArtist - The Smooth Jazz Alley, MainArtist

2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley 2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley

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Smooth Jazz Alley (feat. Joel Del Rosario)
00:05:20

Joel Del Rosario, Composer, FeaturedArtist - Marco Montoya, Composer - The Smooth Jazz Alley, MainArtist

2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley 2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley

7
Montgomery Station (feat. Eric Marienthal & Carlyle Barriteau)
00:05:20

Eric Marienthal, FeaturedArtist - Marco Montoya, Composer - Stanley Evans, Composer - The Smooth Jazz Alley, MainArtist - Carlyle Barriteau, FeaturedArtist

2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley 2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley

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Bubba (feat. Stan Evans & Carlyle Barriteau)
00:05:17

Marco Montoya, Composer - Stanley Evans, Composer - The Smooth Jazz Alley, MainArtist - Carlyle Barriteau, FeaturedArtist - Stan Evans, FeaturedArtist

2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley 2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley

9
New Hope (feat. Tony Guerrero)
00:05:18

Kevin Lewis, Composer - Tony Guerrero, FeaturedArtist - Marco Montoya, Composer - Matt Godina, Composer - The Smooth Jazz Alley, MainArtist

2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley 2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley

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Livin' in NYC (feat. Stan Evans & Matt Godina)
00:04:27

Marco Montoya, Composer - Matt Godina, FeaturedArtist - Stanley Evans, Composer - The Smooth Jazz Alley, MainArtist - Stan Evans, FeaturedArtist

2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley 2020 The Smooth Jazz Alley

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