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Main Street Beat

Jackiem Joyner

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1
Main Street
Jackiem Joyner
4:33
2
Back to Motown
Jackiem Joyner
4:33
3
Can't Stop the Feeling
Jackiem Joyner
4:14
4
Trinity
Jackiem Joyner
4:13
5
When You Smile
Jackiem Joyner
4:01
6
Southside Boulevard
Jackiem Joyner
4:04
7
That Good Thing
Jackiem Joyner
3:38
8
Treasure
Jackiem Joyner
3:36
9
Addicted
Jackiem Joyner
4:08
10
Don't Make Her Wait
Jackiem Joyner
3:39
11
Get Down Street
Jackiem Joyner
4:59
Total Playing Time    45:38
Award-winning saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist Jackiem Joyner celebrates his first decade as a recording artist with Main Street Beat. Joyner became a father after his previous release, 2014's Evolve, an elation-inducing experience that informed the music he wrote and produced for Main Street Beat. The first single from the funky, Motown-influenced session is the exultant Trinity, named for Joyner’s first child whose presence is given voice on this release by Steve Oliver’s incandescent acoustic guitar.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mack Avenue Records II Studio Masters

Track 10 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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