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I Got the Music in Me

Ed The Red

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1
I Got the Music in Me
Ed The Red
8:03
2
I Was Born to Love You
Ed The Red
4:12
3
How You Doing (feat. Troy Nichols)
Ed The Red; Troy Nichols
6:21
4
Prelude to a Camel Song
Ed The Red
4:59
5
Summer is the Coldest Season (feat. A. Garvey)
Ed The Red; A. Garvey
5:36
6
Saturday Night Disco Party
Ed The Red
4:27
7
Music is so Wonderful (feat. A. Garvey)
Ed The Red; A. Garvey
5:52
8
Time in the Bottle (feat. MJ White)
Ed The Red; MJ White
4:02
9
I Appreciate You (feat. A. Garvey)
Ed The Red; A. Garvey
7:28
10
Love - Amore (feat. Troy Nichols)
Ed The Red; Troy Nichols
3:30
11
It's Good Good
Ed The Red
4:12
12
Love You Down (feat. David A. Tobin)
Ed The Red; David A. Tobin
4:28
13
Blues for Latina
Ed The Red
3:53
14
Summer is the Coldest Season (feat. A. Garvey)
Ed The Red; A. Garvey
5:50
15
Move Yo Body, Work Yo Body (feat. Tammy Banks)
Ed The Red; Tammy Banks
6:27
16
Favorite Songs
Ed The Red
3:21
Total Playing Time    1:22:41
Ed The Red's sixteen-track I got the music in me is a fascinating blend of soulful house, R&B and Latin-infused jazz, successfully skirting the line between classic soul and dance music traditions.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bottom Line Records Studio Masters

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