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  • Performer: Toni Braxton
  • Album: Toni Braxton
  • FLAC: 1525 mb | MP3: 1919 mb
  • Released: 1993
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: RnB/Swing, Ballad
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 674
  • Format: DMF MP2 ADX WAV DTS XM MIDI
Toni Braxton - Toni Braxton album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Another Sad Love Song 5:01
A2 Breathe Again 4:29
A3 Seven Whole Days 6:22
A4 Love Affair 4:28
A5 Candlelight 4:36
A6 Spending My Time With You 4:08
B7 Love Shoulda Brought You Home 4:56
B8 I Belong To You 3:53
B9 How Many Ways 4:45
B10 You Mean The World To Me 4:53
B11 Best Friend 4:28
B12 Breathe Again (Reprise) 1:19
B13 Give U My Heart (Mad Ball Mix)
Remix – Vincent Herbert
6:11
B14 Breathe Again (Spanish Version)

Notes

Includes "Breathe Again (Spanish Version)", only in the spanish issue.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
74321 16268 1 Toni Braxton Toni Braxton ‎(LP, Album) Arista, LaFace Records 74321 16268 1 Europe 1993
ARCD 6007 Toni Braxton Toni Braxton ‎(CD, Album, Club, RE) LaFace Records ARCD 6007 US Unknown
74321 16268 4 Toni Braxton Toni Braxton ‎(Cass, Album) Arista 74321 16268 4 Europe 1993
73008 26007-4, 73008-26007-4 Toni Braxton Toni Braxton ‎(Cass, Album) LaFace Records, Arista, LaFace Records, Arista 73008 26007-4, 73008-26007-4 US 1993
26007 Toni Braxton Toni Braxton ‎(LP, Album) LaFace Records 26007 Barbados 1993

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Another Sad Love Song
Backing Vocals – Debra Killings, Toni BraxtonBass Guitar [Fender] – Kayo Drum Programming – L.A. ReidEngineer – Jim "Z" Zumpano*, John RogersKeyboards, Synthesizer – BabyfaceMixed By – Barney Perkins, L.A. ReidProducer – Daryl Simmons, L.A. Reid, Babyface*Written-By – Babyface, Daryl Simmons
5:01
2 Breathe Again
Backing Vocals – Toni BraxtonDrum Programming – L.A. ReidEngineer – Jim "Z" Zumpano*Keyboards, Synthesizer, Bass [Synth] – BabyfaceMixed By – Dave Way, L.A. ReidMixed By [Assisted By] – John FryePercussion – DeRock*Producer – Daryl Simmons, L.A. Reid, Babyface*Programmed By [Additional MIDI] – John FryeWritten-By – Babyface
4:29
3 Seven Whole Days
Backing Vocals – Keisha Jackson, Pamela Copeland, Tammy Davis, Toni BraxtonDrum Programming – L.A. ReidEngineer – Jim "Z" Zumpano*Keyboards – Vance TaylorKeyboards, Synthesizer, Bass [Synth] – BabyfaceMixed By – Dave Way, L.A. ReidMixed By [Assisted By] – John FryePercussion – DeRock*Producer – Daryl Simmons, L.A. Reid, Babyface*Programmed By [Additional MIDI] – John FryeWritten-By – Babyface, L.A. Reid
6:22
4 Love Affair
Backing Vocals – Pamela Copeland, Tim Thomas, Toni Braxton, Ty-V*Engineer – Jim "Z" Zumpano*, Phil Tan, Ron Horvath, Ted Bishop*, Thom KiddKeyboards, Drum Programming – Tim & TedMixed By – Dave Way, L.A. ReidMixed By [Assisted By] – John FryeProducer – Tim & TedSaxophone – Skip PruittWritten-By – Tim Thomas, Ted Bishop*
4:28
5 Candlelight
Backing Vocals – Toni BraxtonBass Guitar [Fender] – Kayo Drum Programming – L.A. ReidEngineer – Jim "Z" Zumpano*Keyboards, Synthesizer – Babyface, Vance TaylorMixed By – Dave Way, L.A. ReidMixed By [Assisted By] – John FryeProducer – Daryl Simmons, L.A. Reid, Babyface*Programmed By [MIDI] – Randy WalkerWritten-By – Gaylor D*, John Barnes
4:36
6 Spending My Time With You
Backing Vocals – Toni BraxtonBass [Synth] – Kayo Drum Programming – L.A. ReidEngineer – Jim "Z" Zumpano*Engineer [Assisted By] – John FryeGuitar – McArthur, Tomi M*Keyboards, Programmed By [Synthesizer], Arranged By [Rhythm & Vocals] – Bo WatsonMixed By – Jon Gass, L.A. ReidMixed By [Assisted By] – John FryeProducer – Bo*, McArthurWritten-By – Bo*, McArthur
4:08
7 Love Shoulda Brought You Home
Backing Vocals – Babyface, Debra Killings, Trina BroussardBass Guitar [Fretless] – Kayo Drum Programming – L.A. ReidEngineer – Barney Perkins, Fil Brown, Jim "Z" Zumpano*, Matt Westfield, Sean Young , Steve SchwartzbergKeyboards, Synthesizer – Babyface, Bo WatsonMixed By – Barney Perkins, L.A. ReidMixed By [Assisted By] – Milton ChanPiano [Acoustic] – Vance TaylorProducer – Daryl Simmons, L.A. Reid, Babyface*Programmed By [Synclavier] – Donald ParksWritten-By – Babyface, Bo Watson, Daryl Simmons
4:56
8 I Belong To You
Backing Vocals – Toni Braxton, Valarie Davis*Engineer, Mixed By – Victor FloresMusic By – Vassal BenfordProducer – Vassal BenfordWritten-By – Ronald Spearman*, Vassal Benford
3:53
9 How Many Ways
Backing Vocals – Toni BraxtonEngineer – Ben GarrisonMixed By – Ben Garrison, Vincent HerbertMusic By – Ben Garrison, Noelle Groin, Vincent HerbertProducer – Vincent HerbertWritten-By – Toni Braxton, Vincent Herbert
4:45
10 You Mean The World To Me
Backing Vocals – Toni BraxtonBass Guitar – Kayo Drums – L.A. ReidEngineer – Jim "Z" Zumpano*Keyboards – Vance TaylorKeyboards, Synthesizer – BabyfaceMixed By – Dave Way, L.A. ReidPercussion – DeRock*Producer – Daryl Simmons, L.A. & BabyfaceProgrammed By [Additional MIDI] – John FryeWritten-By – Babyface, Daryl Simmons, L.A. Reid
4:53
11 Best Friend
Backing Vocals – Toni BraxtonBass Guitar – Orlando PhillipsCo-producer – Toni BraxtonEngineer – Bill Plummer Engineer [Assistant Mix Engineer] – Dana VlcekGuitar – Ernesto PhillipsKeyboards – Rex RideoutMixed By – Bob Rosa, Ernesto PhillipsProducer – Ernesto PhillipsProgrammed By [Programming] – Rex RideoutWritten-By – Toni Braxton, Vance Taylor
4:28
12 Breathe Again (Reprise)
Backing Vocals – Toni BraxtonDrum Programming – L.A. ReidEngineer – Jim "Z" Zumpano*Keyboards, Synthesizer, Bass [Synth] – BabyfaceMixed By – Dave Way, L.A. ReidMixed By [Assisted By] – John FryePercussion – DeRock*Producer – Daryl Simmons, L.A. Reid, Babyface*Programmed By [Additional MIDI] – John FryeWritten-By – Babyface
1:19

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. – D 100420
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – LaFace Records
  • Copyright (c) – LaFace Records
  • Produced For – LaFace Inc.
  • Produced For – Flapjack Productions, Inc.
  • Produced For – Palm Tree Productions
  • Produced For – 3 Boyz From Newark Productions, Inc.
  • Produced For – EP Enterprises Inc.
  • Recorded At – Studio LaCoCo
  • Recorded At – Doppler Studios
  • Recorded At – Bosstown Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Elumba Studios
  • Recorded At – Encore Studios
  • Recorded At – Summa Music Group
  • Recorded At – Newark Sound Studios
  • Recorded At – DARP Studios
  • Recorded At – Central Studios
  • Engineered At – Oasis Recording Studios
  • Mixed At – Encore Studios
  • Mixed At – Studio LaCoCo
  • Mixed At – Oasis Recording Studios
  • Mixed At – Axis Studios
  • Mastered At – The Hit Factory
  • Manufactured By – Arista Records, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Arista Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured For – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc.

Credits

  • A&R – Bryant Reid
  • Art Direction – Susan Mendola
  • Coordinator [Album] – Constance Armstrong
  • Coordinator [Project] – Davett Singletary
  • Executive-Producer – Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds*, Antonio 'L.A.' Reid*
  • Mastered By – Herb Powers Jr.
  • Other [Creative Inspiration] – James Murrell
  • Other [Hair] – Marie Davis
  • Other [Make-up] – Billy B.
  • Other [Stylist] – Bernard G. Jacobs
  • Other [Wardrobe] – Begador Italian, Chanel, Kors, Michael McCollum
  • Photography By – Daniela Federici

Notes

Tracks 1 to 3, 5, 7, 10 and 12 produced for LaFace Inc.
Track 4 produced for Flapjack Productions
Track 8 produced for Palm Tree Productions.
Track 9 produced for 3 Boyz From Newark Productions, Inc.
Track 11 produced for EP Enterprises Inc.

Track 1: Recorded at Studio LaCoCo and Doppler Studios, Atlanta, GA. Mixed at Encore Studios, Burbank, CA.
Track 2: Recorded and mixed at Studio LaCoCo.
Track 3: Recorded and mixed at Studio LaCoCo.
Track 4: Recorded at Bosstown Recording Studios, Studio LaCoCo and Doppler Studios, Atlanta. Mixed at Studio, LaCoCo.
Track 5: Recorded at Elumba Recording Studios and Encore Studios, Los Angeles, CA and Studio LaCoCo. Mixed at Studios LaCoCo.
Track 6: Recorded at Studio LaCoCo and Doppler Studios. Mixed at Studio LaCoCo.
Track 7: Recorded at Doppler Studios, Studio LaCoCo and Summa Music Group, Los Angeles, CA. Mixed at Encore Studios.
Track 8: Engineered and mixed at Oasis Studio, North Hollywood, CA.
Track 9: Recorded at Newark Sound Studios, Newark, NJ and Doppler Studios. Mixed at D.A.R.P. Studios, Atlanta.
Track 10: Recorded and mixed at Studio LaCoCo.
Track 11: Recorded at Central Studio, Bladensburg, MD. Mixed at Axis Studios, New York, NY.
Track 12: Recorded and mixed at Studio LaCoCo.

Mastered at The Hit Factory Mastering Inc., New York, NY.

℗ 1992, 1993 & © 1993 LaFace Records, a joint venture of LaFace Records, Inc. and Arista Ventures, Inc.
Manufactured and distributed by Arista Records, Inc., a Bertelsmann Music Group Company.
Mfd. for BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. under license.
Printed in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS USA 73008-26007-2 01#

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
74321 16268 1 Toni Braxton Toni Braxton ‎(LP, Album) Arista, LaFace Records 74321 16268 1 Europe 1993
ARCD 6007 Toni Braxton Toni Braxton ‎(CD, Album, Club, RE) LaFace Records ARCD 6007 US Unknown
74321 16268 4 Toni Braxton Toni Braxton ‎(Cass, Album) Arista 74321 16268 4 Europe 1993
73008 26007-4, 73008-26007-4 Toni Braxton Toni Braxton ‎(Cass, Album) LaFace Records, Arista, LaFace Records, Arista 73008 26007-4, 73008-26007-4 US 1993
26007 Toni Braxton Toni Braxton ‎(LP, Album) LaFace Records 26007 Barbados 1993


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