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Bottom of the 9th (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Stephen Endelman

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1
Prison
Stephen Endelman
3:18
2
Cell
Stephen Endelman
0:47
3
Freedom
Stephen Endelman
0:37
4
Bronx
Stephen Endelman
1:49
5
Home
Stephen Endelman
2:37
6
Probation
Stephen Endelman
0:36
7
Bye Sonny
Stephen Endelman
0:46
8
Memories
Stephen Endelman
1:01
9
Batting Cage
Stephen Endelman
1:21
10
Memories, Pt. 2
Stephen Endelman
0:50
11
Read the Pitcher
Stephen Endelman
0:33
12
Roger Peterson
Stephen Endelman
1:18
13
Let’s See What You Got, Pt. 2
Stephen Endelman
1:34
14
Remember
Stephen Endelman
1:22
15
Practice
Stephen Endelman
0:57
16
Stay Away
Stephen Endelman
1:09
17
Memories, Pt. 3
Stephen Endelman
2:36
18
Bus
Stephen Endelman
0:56
19
Off Bus
Stephen Endelman
0:30
20
Baseball Tickets
Stephen Endelman
1:31
21
Confrontation
Stephen Endelman
0:58
22
Why Was Stano in Jail?
Stephen Endelman
1:10
23
Montage
Stephen Endelman
2:54
24
Together Again
Stephen Endelman
0:44
25
Sonny Beaten
Stephen Endelman
0:57
26
Where is he?
Stephen Endelman
2:16
27
Home Run
Stephen Endelman
5:12
28
End Credits
Stephen Endelman
3:28
Total Playing Time    43:47
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

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