Tina Moore (album)

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Tina Moore
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1997 (European release)
Genre R&B
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Tina Moore
All in My Vibe
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Tina Moore is the debut album by American R&B singer Tina Moore, originally released in 1995. It includes the singles "Color Me Blue", which reached number 73 on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, "All I Can Do", which reached number 48, and "Never Gonna Let You Go", which peaked at number 27. [3]


The album was released in Europe in 1997 with two extra tracks, including the UK garage version of "Never Gonna Let You Go", which reached number seven on the UK Singles Chart. [4] A remix of "Nobody Better" was also released as a single, reaching number 20 in the UK in 1998. [5]

Track listing

1."Never Gonna Let You Go"
2."All I Can Do"
  • Moore
  • Ford
  • E.G. Fullalove
4."At Last"3:05
5."Love Don't Feel Like Love"
6."Nobody Better"
  • Moore
  • Jeremiah McAllister
  • Steve Carter
7."Tell Me How You Like to Be Done"
  • Moore
  • Ford
8."Color Me Blue"
  • Gerey Johnson
  • Lisa Gushiniere
  • Ron Harris
9."Follow Your Heart"
  • Moore
  • Ford
10."Never Without Love"
  • Moore
  • Ford
1997 European version extra tracks
11."Never Gonna Let You Go" (Kelly G. Bump N Go Vocal Edit)
  • Moore
  • Ford
12."Never Gonna Let You Go" (Kelly G. Bump N Go Dub)
  • Moore
  • Ford


Adapted from AllMusic. [6]


Chart (1995)Peak
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) [7] 90

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