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Pleasure Sensitive 2
Music Meant to Last
Tony’s promotional tour in South Beach, Florida at the Royal Palm Hotel during the MTV Awards weekend, August 2004.Whitfield’s latest CD, “Pleasure Sensitive 2,” embraces a myriad of artistic stylings and musical compositions. From the R&B flavor of “Baby Come Home,” the upbeat melody of “Pleasure Sensitive 2,” featuring a captivating bass solo, to the romantic ambiance of “Jarreau’s Journey”, they all meld together in seamless harmony. As one listener stated, it’s “music you can listen to all day!”
Tony’s smooth jazz tunes entitled “42nd Street” and “Hold On” had been featured on Saturday mornings from 6 am – 8 am as background music during the Top 20 count down segment of DJ Arnold Smith’s show featured on WHUR 96.3 FM Howard University Radio – Washington, D.C.
Capture Tony’s song entitled “East Coast Swing” which is being featured on the Audrey Chapman Show on “WHUR 96.3 FM” Howard University Radio – Washington, D.C.,Saturday mornings from 8:00 – 10:00 am.
The rays of life and hope are truly “Pleasure Sensitive.”
Al Jarreau — “Takes 5” — while he intros Tony’s
new CD project at Wolf Trap 6,800 capacity.
New York Hustle
In 2002, I started writing, arranging & producing the “New York Hustle” taken from the original “Hustle” that was a Grammy Award Winning tune written by the late Van McCoy.
The “New York Hustle” is a positive gesture that will prove to be uplifting and heartwarming to people everywhere. My heart has led me to dedicate my version of “New York Hustle” to the victims Post 9/11.
- Pleasure Sensitive Intro
- Pleasure Sensitive
- 42nd Street
- Baby Come Home
- Visions Of Your Smile
- Jarreau’s Journey
- Eastcoast Swing
- Mystic Ways
- Hold On