Interview by David Nathan, SoulMusic.com, January 2010
Teena picks her favourite seven tracks from her own back catalogue, and selects three by other artists that mean the most to her.
File format: mp3; file size: 72mb; Interview length: 1h 18' 39"; sound quality: ***
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