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Toni Braxton: Her Throaty Alto Gently Echoes An Earlier Era

Amy Linden, The New York Times, 5 December 1993

THE FIRST clue that Toni Braxton's career was about to take off came in 1992 when she was the featured singer on the soundtrack for the movie Boomerang. Two songs, 'Give U My Heart' and 'Love Shoulda Brought You Home', became hits on the rhythm-and-blues charts and showcased Ms. Braxton's rich, throaty alto.

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