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To Share My Love

by Edmund Brown

Jazz, R&B, Funk, Blues,Soft Rock and Hip Hop blended into a Smooth Mellow experience
Genre: Urban/R&B: Urban
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1. It Jus Iz
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2. Crowded House
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3. The Break of Day
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4. To Share My Love
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5. Twinkling of an Eye
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6. No Getting Over Missing You
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7. Oh Heaven
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8. Sometimes It Works
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9. Just Like You Said
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10. Full Time Fun
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11. Movin On Up
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12. Looking for Courage
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Album Notes
I believe I was a music lover from birth. I grew up listening to Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Smokie Robinson, Sam and Dave, Wilson Pickett and The Supremes. I was introduced to the guitar when a friend of mine showed me how to play the Peter Gunn theme. When I graduated from high school I volunteered for the Air Force (actually my mother made me go). During my tour in Colorado Springs I bought my first guitar and was introduced to Santana, Hendrix, Clapton, Allman Brothers and War. I was pretty much drawn to anybody with a guitar.
After a few years I ran across an album by the Jazz Crusaders. It totally blew my socks off. So I start following Grover Washington, Eric Gayle, George Benson, Bob James and others. During this time I played my guitar by ear and picked up what I could from other players.
When I got out of the service, I finished nursing school and started working in hospitals. The medical profession became and continues to be my life. Taking care of the sick is so special; I can never see myself not doing that, at least not to some extent.
Yet music has always been an integral part of my life. I learned so much playing in a local band called BIC and Solango. It was there that I met my co-producer Ronald McCain. In January of 1980, I gave my life to Jesus Christ and spent many years playing rhythm guitar for a gospel group as well as managing a female gospel group called "Voices of Hope". While I am grateful for all the experience I received, I was still missing something.
A few years ago I purchased a Tascam portable multitrack console and started recording my own music. I learned to experiment and develop by tracking my own music as well as doing free work for some local artists. Eventually I moved into the digital realm and discovered that my true love was music producing.
"To Share My Love" is actually not a statement of me as an artist, but me as a music producer. It is proof that God will give you your heart's desire if you trust Him and never give up.


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Smooth moments of silence.
Only a man who has the heart, passion, and gift could write such beautiful music. I'm so proud of you Daddy. Continue to allow God to expand your horizons because the sky is limitless to where your going and all your yet to do. The music reminds me of how life can be so busy, painful, and even hard. Allowing music in your heart can heal you in so many ways. That's what " To share my love" will bring to you. Enjoy!!!