Single disc in standard Jewel Box, w/ 24 page insert booklet

Gold-Diggers Sound is the new album from Leon Bridges. This R&B collection is birthed from extended late nights at the Los Angeles, California studio of the same name. The album celebrates Leonís immersive experience of creating music in the same East Hollywood room where he lived, worked and drank over the course of two years. The soulful collaboration between Leon as an artist and the space itself was so encompassing that he chose to name the album after the soon-to-be legendary complex.

Single disc in standard Jewel Box, w/ 24 page insert booklet

Gold-Diggers Sound is the new album from Leon Bridges. This R&B collection is birthed from extended late nights at the Los Angeles, California studio of the same name. The album celebrates Leonís immersive experience of creating music in the same East Hollywood room where he lived, worked and drank over the course of two years. The soulful collaboration between Leon as an artist and the space itself was so encompassing that he chose to name the album after the soon-to-be legendary complex.

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Format: CD
Label: COLUMBIA
Rel. Date: 07/23/2021
UPC: 194398869827

Gold-Diggers Sound
Artist: Leon Bridges
Format: CD
New: Available $11.96
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DISC: 1

1. Born Again (feat. Robert Glasper)
2. Motorbike
3. Steam
4. Why Donít You Touch Me
5. Magnolias
6. Gold-Diggers (Juniorís Fanfare)
7. Details
8. Sho Nuff
9. Sweeter (feat. Terrace Martin)
10. Donít Worry (feat. Ink)
11. Blue Mesas

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Single disc in standard Jewel Box, w/ 24 page insert booklet

Gold-Diggers Sound is the new album from Leon Bridges. This R&B collection is birthed from extended late nights at the Los Angeles, California studio of the same name. The album celebrates Leonís immersive experience of creating music in the same East Hollywood room where he lived, worked and drank over the course of two years. The soulful collaboration between Leon as an artist and the space itself was so encompassing that he chose to name the album after the soon-to-be legendary complex.

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