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Tony Garcia

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Precious Love (Melody) Tony Garcia, Jennifer Rivers 04:03
I Can't Live Without You Angelique 04:02
My Sweet Love (Melody) Tony Garcia, Reinald-O 04:56
Take Me in Your Arms (Melody) Tony Garcia, Lil Suzy 07:09
Don't Let Me Go Tony Garcia, WICKETT, RICH 03:58
Don't Let Me Go (Melody) Tony Garcia, Wickett 04:29
In My Dreams Reinaldo 03:59
Baby Its You (Freestyle) Tony Garcia, Edee 04:56
Don't Let This Feeling End (Freestyle) Tony Garcia, Lil Suzy 04:05
You Look so Fine Angelique 04:15

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One of the driving forces behind the success of Latin Freestyle music in the late 80s and early 90s, American singer and record producer Tony Garcia (also known as Dr. Edit) began his musical journey as a street DJ in New York City in the late 70s. His debut single "Can't Get Enough of You" appeared in 1983 via Mr. T Records. Created in 1986, his label High Power Records championed the work of several Freestyle artists such as Peter Fontaine, Reinald-O, Wickett, and N.V., many of which went on to become some of the most well-known names in the genre. After landing a distribution with Warlock Records in 1990, Tony García managed to place two of his productions—Reinald-O's "Just Like the Wind" and "Another Night"—on the soundtrack of the Brazilian soap opera Vamp. He followed this success with what was perhaps the biggest hit of his career as a producer, the Lil Suzy track "Take Me in Your Arms," which reached Number 67 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1991. Over the next few decades, Tony García founded the Metropolitan Recording Corp. subsidiaries T.G. Records and Funky Melody Records and spent most of his time remixing and re-releasing High Power's back catalog.