PRESTON GLASS PRESENTS DYNAMIC DUETS 2 (SoulMusic Records/Warner X)

Dynamic Duets 2

Award-winning producer, songwriter, musician and artist-in-his-own-right PRESTON GLASS presents a wonderful collection of duets by established artists (including KARYN WHITE, FREDA PAYNE, BRENDA HOLLOWAY, CHUBBY TAVARES, TERRY DEXTER, PATTIE BROOKS, BRENDA LEE EAGER, PHILIP INGRAM and GRADY HARRELL among others) with an array of newer names (including JACNIQUE NINA, BRANDON WATTZ, EUGENE COLE, CLIF PAYNE, ANGEL ROSE, TALITA LONG, JOHNNY MANUEL. JASON WEAVER and TONY LINDSAY)... Soulful as always - on SoulMusic Records in association with Platinum Garage Recordings, distributed by X5/Warners

https://open.spotify.com/album/5MXZBZIb0fRAuM2K2yySoz?si=Am95kMfmT4KGKTx_rHdYwA

1    Same Page    Brenda Holloway & Rags Moody III
2    Soul Candy    Jacnique Nina & Brandon Wattz
3    Always on the Lookout for Love    Grady Harrell & Brenda Lee Eager
4    Yesterday's Pain, Tomorrow's Joy    Clif Payne & Freda Payne
5    Drowning in You    Eugene Cole & Karyn White
6    Nothing Like It (Love)    Preston Glass & Talita Long
7    Songbird (Nl Mix)    Jacnique Nina & Phillip Ingram
8    You Make Me Feel Brand New    Angel Rose & Tony Lindsay
9    Music Is Healing    Chubby Tavares & Pattie Brooks
10  Leap of Faith    Susan Therese & Jason Weaver
11  I Remember    Terry Dexter & Johnny Manuel
12  Midnight Maneuvers    Jacnique Nina & King James Brown

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