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Brad Felt|Exordium

Exordium

Brad Felt

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Don't Hold On
00:08:00

Brad Felt, MainArtist - Bradley J Felt, Composer

2019 Doug Felt 2019 Doug Felt

2
Portrait of Teresa
00:08:31

Brad Felt, MainArtist - Bradley J Felt, Composer

2019 Doug Felt 2019 Doug Felt

3
Blues to Nasir
00:10:22

Brad Felt, MainArtist - Bradley J Felt, Composer

2019 Doug Felt 2019 Doug Felt

4
Whisper Not
00:06:37

Benny Golson, Composer - Brad Felt, MainArtist

2019 Doug Felt 2019 Doug Felt

5
Minina Moca (Young Lady)
00:06:50

Luiz Antonio, Composer - Brad Felt, MainArtist

2019 Doug Felt 2019 Doug Felt

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Carol's Theme
00:05:33

Brad Felt, MainArtist - Bradley J Felt, Composer

2019 Doug Felt 2019 Doug Felt

7
It Could Happen to You
00:08:19

James Van Heusen, Composer - Johnny Burke, Composer - Brad Felt, MainArtist

2019 Doug Felt 2019 Doug Felt

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P.J. Lids
00:06:38

Brad Felt, MainArtist - Bradley J Felt, Composer

2019 Doug Felt 2019 Doug Felt

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