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Colors Mixed in Love Shines Blackness

by YoungBlood Productions

A compilation of sultry female songsters inspiring the funky, R&B, jazzy, rock and soul in you.
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Talk Black
6:36 $0.99
2. Tuesday Lover
4:07 $0.99
3. Finest Course
Stacey Lynn
5:45 $0.99
4. Tell Me
Stacey Lynn
4:34 $0.99
5. A Race
Stacey Lynn
6:31 $0.99
6. Today
Stacey Lynn
5:27 $0.99
7. Seventh World
Stacey Lynn
5:24 $0.99
8. Just the Thought of You
Tanita Wilchcombe
5:01 $0.99
9. A Change for the Better
Tanita Wilchcombe
5:41 $0.99
10. Wishing Well
Tanita Wilchcombe
5:07 $0.99
11. All of Me
Tanita Wilchcombe
4:21 $0.99
12. Love Funk
Richetta Jones
4:53 $0.99
13. He's all That
Richetta Jones
4:19 $0.99
14. You are Blessed
Andre Woodfaulk
4:42 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
YoungBlood Productions began as a writing space for Cee in 1992.
The first artist was Stacey Lynn. They formed a band named Adrenalynn.
In 1993, the band performed in the New York tri-state area.
Cee wrote most of the songs for Adrenalynn: Finest Course, A Race, Today, Seventh World, and co-wrote one song with Stacey: Tell Me.

The music is a pop life rock to the world. In 1995, Cee began to work with other artists as writing partners and to sing other songs.
Out of this rose Deleska Crockett and Tinita Wilchcombe.

Tinita and Cee began to work together to write as a partnership trying for that pop-jazz funky rock flavor to bust through the mix.
This is the sound in Just the Though of You, A Change for the Better, All of Me and Wishing Well, a song that was written by Cee in memory of his mother.

Deleska Crockett has the voice of an angel. She worked with Cee for a while and Cee wrote a funk-rock anthem in Talk Black "To Me".
It's a song that has a sound that is rich in history of the world we live in, the truth or for the mystery? Cee was introduced to Michael "Lingo" Blake in 1997.

Lingo is a DJ and a songwriter who has his ear tuned to the streets of the world.
They formed a writing partnership and wrote Tuesday Lover, a hip-hop / pop tune.
They then asked Tricia Angus to give a passionate performance to the song that you long to listen to.

Cee called Rich E Jones (Richetta Jones), a N.Y. school teacher. They met and began to write in 1998.
This relationship blossomed and brought forth the songs Love Funk "I Think I'm Falling in Love" and "He's All That And More".

Listen to how these jazzy, funky songs sound positive and revealing. In 1999, the last year of what most call the old millennium, Cee began to write with Andre Woodfaulk.
She has the spiritual touch.
They wrote the song "You Are Blessed" to shed light on what we as people have.
Many of us do not see the light after the storm and this song gives you the path to find your way.

The music on the CD ranges from Funk, Rock, R & B, Jazz, Pop and a little bit of Reggae.
Cee's passion to play and write all styles of music plus produces and engineer is a blessing.
Cee made this CD of only female artists whom he worked with over the years to say: now is the time to show what songs from the heart and soul can bring you.



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Iz-real For Insomniac

A winner.
Tuesday Lover is truly a nice radio song. Pleasingly melodic with a catchy hook. An uptemp pop feel with a slash of caribbean spices. This song embodies the warmth of a Maxi Priest tune with the sensuality that only a talented female vocalist can deliver. Indeed a winner.

Barbara Conrad

Funky and Extremely catchy singable songs that make you want to sway with the music.