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Listen to ‘All I Want Is You’ by Keith Andes

 January 5, 2021

By  ExoticDJ

Keith Andes who has written & produced some of the most amazing heartfelt, slow jams (for the likes of After 7, AZ Yet, Johnny Gill, Jon B, Deborah Cox etc) returns to familiar territory with his song “All I want is you”

All I Want Is You is a mid tempo song that will leave you reflecting about loves -past and present, Was I enough? Am I enough?. It describes how a man loses the love of his life through neglect and not spending enough time with her and the remorse/sadness he feels within. Yet, he lives in hope that she may change her mind.  

“All I Want Is You” is a slow jam, that will leave you teary-eyed and evoke the emotions of pain and hopelessness. Emotions, we are all too familiar with.

The acclaimed songwriter and producer, has sold more than 150 million records and worked with artists from Michael Jackson, Prince, Lionel Richie, Boys II Men, Aaron Neville and Kitaro to Toni Braxton, Mary J. Blige, Deborah Cox, Natasha Bedingfield and Bette Midler just to name a few.

A classically trained pianist studying Choral Arrangement, orchestration and composition, Andes is celebrated for his prowess in both vocal production and instrumental arrangements and numerous platinum and gold sales awards from major labels including Capitol, Columbia, Epic and Warner Bros. attest to both his musical brilliance and his mastery as a producer.

In addition to writing and producing for artists including Babyface, Az Yet, James Ingram, EnVogue and After 7, Andes has both produced and created original soundtracks for television and film including Beverly Hills 90210; Jacksons: An American Dream; The Nutty Professor; Panther; Jason’s Lyric and others. Andes has recently composed and produced music for commercials for companies Walmart, Coca Cola, Teradata, Essence and many others and as a Composer for the film Across the Tracks.

Keith's musical influences range from: Earth, Wind & Fire, Elton John, The Eagles, Luther Vandross, and Donny Hathaway and names the producers who influenced him, as: Quincy Jones, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Leon Sylvers III, Teddy Riley and David Foster.

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