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Lee Truesdale | Unfinished Business...The Blessings Continue

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Unfinished Business...The Blessings Continue

by Lee Truesdale

Lee Truesdale's mesmerizing ability to breath life into his music captivates the heart and soul of everyone who is fortunate enough to embark upon the"Lee Truesdale Experience."
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Love Brought Me Back
5:04 album only
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2. Reflections
6:04 album only
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3. Studio Musician
5:16 album only
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4. I Want You Baby/Ooo Baby Baby
4:39 album only
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5. Do You Wanna Dance
4:02 album only
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6. From My Home Town
5:55 album only
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7. One Step B 4 U Cry
7:04 album only
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8. Even Though It's Wrong
3:52 album only
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9. Things Happen
5:35 album only
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10. Yesterday/Since You've Stayed Here
9:14 album only
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11. Blame It On Me
5:21 album only
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12. Hold On Change Is Coming
9:33 album only
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13. The Blessings Continue
6:10 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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Album Notes
In the Press it has been stated that "Truesdale's voice seems to start in his toes and rocket up through the top of his head. His style and delivery makes the transit visible." ( THE DAYTON DAILY NEWS ) and "Lee Truesdale whips an audience with the force of an amusement park ride. When Truesdale opens his mouth all atheists leave the room." (THE NEW YORK POST)


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