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'Til the Morning

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Candy Store
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Knew It All Along feat. Johnny Gill & Gerald Levert
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High As The Sun
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Lady De Jour
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Make You Say Ooh
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To The Middle feat. T-Pain
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Ring Size
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'Til The Morning
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Open Invitation
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One On One
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My Valentine feat. Coko of SWV
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Getaway
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 51:15

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Welcome Back!!!

MzzDia

It has been a long time coming , and well worth the wait. Welcome back Keith, I am feeling this cd very much, this is grown folks music. I like all of the songs, however my favorite track is: Make You Say OOh, I said OOh for a different reason, I enjoyed the music. Welcome back!!!!

They Say All Music Guide

Compared to 2010’s Ridin’ Solo, ‘Til the Morning features considerably less use of Auto-Tune, but Keith Sweat links up with the device’s greatest beneficiary, T-Pain. Ironically, T-Pain was in diapers when Sweat was using vocal effects, and on their collaboration here, “In the Middle,” the latter sounds like a featured guest, not the headliner. “Knew It All Along,” a drifting ballad featuring LSG mates Johnny Gill and the late Gerald Levert, and the fine Coko (SWV) duet “My Valentine” are the only other songs with featured vocal spots. However, Sweat is once again assisted by many background singers. The album is mostly slow jam territory with functional and tasteful productions that are sometimes enhanced with low-key synthesizer work. – Andy Kellman

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