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Artist : Toni Braxton
Album : The Essential
Label : LaFace / Legacy
Genre : R&B
Bitrate : 196 kbps avg
Source : CD (LP)
Playtime : 02:24:15 (213 MB)
Rls date : 2007-02-19
Store date : 2007-02-20

[Track List]

Disc 1/2
1. Toni Braxton - Love Shoulda Brought You Home 4:58
2. Toni Braxton - I Love Me Some Him 5:06
3. Toni Braxton - Tell Me 4:10
4. Toni Braxton - You're Makin' Me High 4:28
5. Toni Braxton - He Wasn't Man Enough 4:22
6. Toni Braxton - Just Be A Man About It 4:51
7. Toni Braxton - How Many Ways (R. Kelly Remix) 5:47
8. Toni Braxton - Breathe Again 4:30
9. Toni Braxton - You Mean The World To Me 4:56
10.Toni Braxton - I Belong To You 3:54
11.Toni Braxton - How Could An Angel Break My 4:21
12.Toni Braxton - Un-Break My Heart 4:31
13.Toni Braxton - Another Sad Love Song 5:02
14.Toni Braxton - Seven Whole Days 6:20
15.Toni Braxton - I Don't Want To 4:17
16.Babyface Feat. Toni Braxton - Give U My Heart 4:00

Disc 2/2
1. Toni Braxton - The Heat 3:31
2. Toni Braxton - Gimme Some 4:04
3. Toni Braxton - There's No Me Without You 4:20
4. Toni Braxton - Why Should I Care 4:26
5. Toni Braxton - Spanish Guitar (Royal Garden's 4:36
Flamenco Mix)
6. Toni Braxton - I'm Still Breathing 4:16
7. Toni Braxton - Me & My Boyfriend 3:43
8. Toni Braxton Feat. The Big Tymers - Give It 3:39
9. Il Divo With Toni Braxton - The Time Of Our 3:18
Lives (The Official Song Of The 2006 FIFA
World Cup Germany)
10.Toni Braxton - He Wasn't Man Enough (Junior 3:45
Vasquez Marathon Mix)
11.Toni Braxton - Un-Break My Heart (Frankie 8:28
Knuckle's Franktidrama Club Mix)
12.Toni Braxton Feat. Loon - Hit The Freeway 3:48
13.Toni Braxton - Come On Over Here 3:37
14.Toni Braxton - Let It Flow 4:23
15.Toni Braxton - The Little Things 4:32
16.The Braxtons - Good Life (A Cappella Single 4:16

Toni Braxton was one of the most popular and commercially successful female R&B
singers of the '90s, thanks to her ability to
straddle seemingly opposite worlds. Braxton was soulful enough for R&B
audiences, but smooth enough for adult contemporary;
sophisticated enough for adults, but sultry enough for younger listeners; strong
enough in the face of heartbreak to appeal to women,
but ravishing enough to nab the fellas. Wielding such broad appeal, Braxton
managed to score not one, but two albums that sold
over eight million copies; naturally, they were accompanied by a long string of
hit singles on the pop and R&B charts, one of which
-- "Un-break My Heart" -- ranks among the longest-running number one pop hits of
the rock era.

Braxton was born in Severn, MD, on October 7, 1968.
The daughter of a minister, she was raised mostly in the strict Apostolic faith,
which prohibited not only all popular culture, but
also pants in women's wardrobes. Encouraged by their mother, an operatically
trained vocalist, Braxton and her four sisters began
singing in church as girls; although gospel was the only music permitted in the
household, the girls often watched Soul Train when
their parents went shopping. Braxton's parents later converted to a different
faith, and eased their restrictions on secular music
somewhat, allowing Braxton more leeway to develop her vocal style; because of
her husky voice, she often used male singers like
Luther Vandross, Stevie Wonder, and Michael McDonald as models, as well as Chaka
Khan. Braxton had some success on the local
talent-show circuit, continuing to sing with her sisters, and after high school
studied to become a music teacher. However, Braxton
soon dropped out of college after she was discovered singing to herself at a gas
station by songwriter Bill Pettaway (who co-authored
Milli Vanilli's "Girl You Know It's True"). With Pettaway's help, Braxton and
her sisters signed with Arista Records in 1990 as a
group dubbed simply the Braxtons.

The Braxtons released a single in 1990 called "The Good Life," and while it
wasn't a hit, it caught the attention of L.A. Reid
and Babyface, the red-hot songwriting/production team who had just formed their
own label, LaFace (which was associated with Arista).
Braxton became the first female artist signed to LaFace in 1991, and the
following year she was introduced to the listening
public with a high-profile appearance on the soundtrack of Eddie Murphy's
Boomerang. Not only did her solo cut "Love Shoulda
Brought You Home" become a substantial pop and R&B hit, but she also dueted with
Babyface himself on "Give U My Heart." Anticipation
for Braxton's first album ran high, and when her eponymous solo debut was
released in 1993, it was an across-the-board smash,
climbing to number one on both the pop and R&B charts. It spun off hit after
hit, including three more Top Ten singles in "Another
Sad Love Song," "Breathe Again," and "You Mean the World to Me," plus the
double-sided R&B hit "I Belong to You"/"How Many
Ways." With eventual sales of over eight million copies, Toni Braxton's run of
popularity lasted well into 1995. By that time,
Braxton had scored Grammys for Best New Artist and Best Female R&B Vocal
("Another Sad Love Song") in 1994, and tacked on
another win in the latter category for "Breathe Again" in 1995.

To tide fans over until her next album was released, Braxton contributed "Let It
Flow" to the Whitney Houston-centered soundtrack of
Waiting to Exhale in 1995. Again working heavily with L.A. Reid and Babyface,
Braxton released her second album, Secrets, in the
summer of 1996, and predictably, it was another enormous hit. The first single,
"You're Makin' Me High," was Braxton's most overtly
sexual yet, and it became her biggest pop hit to date; however, its success was
soon eclipsed by the follow-up single, the Diane
Warren-penned ballad "Un-break My Heart." "Un-break My Heart" was an inescapable
juggernaut, spending an amazing 11 weeks on top of

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