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Tuesday 21st June 2005

Stir caused by new independent album from Avery Stafford.

URBAN gospel artist Avery Stafford from Los Angeles is creating considerable interest with his new independent album 'Undignified'. The project is produced by Stafford and Patrick Collins, who has mastered albums for Stevie Wonder and Fleetwood Mac. It features such musicians as Mark Kenoly (Rose Royce, Promise Keepers), Tim Abbott (Ron Kenoly) and Tony Bolivar (Andrae Crouch).

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Posted by Al Brown @ 22:54 on Jun 23 2005

Avery Stafford's Undignified Christian Contemporary/R&B album is my favorite album to listen to from beginning to end. It has a little bit of everything from Rap to Ole skool R&B. From Pop to Soul to Gospel and even a little Latin Jazz influence in his selection Family. Very nice mix. I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

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