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All Love Everything

Aloe Blacc

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1.1
Family
Aloe Blacc
3:07
1.2
All Love Everything
Aloe Blacc
2:27
1.3
My Way
Aloe Blacc
3:30
1.4
Wherever You Go
Aloe Blacc
3:03
1.5
Nothing Left but You
Aloe Blacc
3:10
1.6
Glory Days
Aloe Blacc
2:59
1.7
I Do
Aloe Blacc
3:39
1.8
Corner
Aloe Blacc
3:19
1.9
Hold On Tight
Aloe Blacc
3:48
1.10
Harvard
Aloe Blacc
3:54
Total Playing Time    32:56
In the seven years since Aloe Blacc’s (the voice and collaborator on Avicii's worldwide smash hits Wake Me Up and SOS) last album, Lift Your Spirit, the global superstar spent time working on an even dearer project: his family.

All Love Everything, his new album, is the singer-songwriter’s first collection of material written as a father, a journey that’s expanded Blacc’s already heartfelt artistic palette. The listeners who have followed Aloe Blacc over the course of his 14-years-long career know that his facility with language and sound is deep -- if anyone was up to the task, it’s him.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BMG Rights Management Studio Masters

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