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All Music Guide - Rob Theakston
After several inexplicable record company delays to the project and a four-year hiatus, Tamia's long-awaited third album finds her sticking to many of the roots that were in place through her previous releases. Her voice is stronger than ever and while she hasn't really lost a step, it's the producers who equally share the spotlight here. On each track, they present a different environment in which Tamia can flex her skills. From the pop-savvy genius of Jermaine Dupri and Trackmasters taking her to the club dancefloors and radio-friendly unit shifters "More" and "Still" to the 7 Aurelius ballad "Officially Missing You," which takes a blatant page from the Babyface book of...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Rob Theakston
After several inexplicable record company delays to the project and a four-year hiatus, Tamia's long-awaited third album finds her sticking to many of the roots that were in place through her previous releases. Her voice is stronger than ever and while she hasn't really lost a step, it's the producers who equally share the spotlight here. On each track, they present a different environment in which Tamia can flex her skills. From the pop-savvy genius of Jermaine Dupri and Trackmasters taking her to the club dancefloors and radio-friendly unit shifters "More" and "Still" to the 7 Aurelius ballad "Officially Missing You," which takes a blatant page from the Babyface book of ballad production, she delivers a strong performance right from the onset of the record. There are moments of filler getting through "Still" is a tedious exercise in patience at times, especially if you're looking for shades of innovation. While there are moments of pure R&B pop indulgence that will satisfy casual listeners and those looking for the hits, More really doesn't break new ground, nor does it separate her from the rest of the pack right down to the Beyoncé/Lopez image makeover in the packaging of acrobatic divas who adhere to the same formulas.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/6/2004
  • Label: Elektra / Wea
  • UPC: 075596284721
  • Catalog Number: 62847
  • Sales rank: 33,201

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 On My Way - Red Cafe (3:24)
  2. 2 More - Freck The Billionaire (4:02)
  3. 3 Officially Missing You (4:02)
  4. 4 Still (4:27)
  5. 5 Questions (3:26)
  6. 6 Whispers (4:16)
  7. 7 I'm Yours Lately (2:46)
  8. 8 Into You - Fabolous (4:54)
  9. 9 Smile (5:11)
  10. 10 Poetry (4:30)
  11. 11 Mr. Cool - Mario Winans (3:29)
  12. 12 (They Long to Be) Close to You (5:22)
  13. 13 Why Ask Why (3:36)
  14. 14 Tomorrow (7:11)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Tamia Primary Artist, Vocals, Background Vocals
Babyface Bass, Keyboards, Guitar (Nylon String)
Gerald LeVert Vocals, Background Vocals, Guest Appearance
Dunn Pearson Jr. Conductor
Joseph Edelberg Violin
Crystal Garner Viola
Regis Iandiorio Violin, Concert Master
Brion James Electric Guitar
Karen Karlsrud Violin
Donnie Lyle Guitar
Eugene J. Moye Cello
Edwin Nicholas Bass Guitar, Keyboards
Greg Phillinganes Piano
Sue Pray Viola
Sandra St. Victor Background Vocals
Bruce Wang Cello
Jay Williams Guitar
Dink Keyboards
Sandy Strenger Violin
Paul Woodiel Violin
Louis Martin Viola
Belinda Whitney Violin
Ashley Horne Violin
Conway Kuo Violin
Grant Hill Keyboards
Ricardo Ramos Guitar
Fabolous Guest Appearance
Latrelle Background Vocals
Al "Boogie" Carty Bass
Richard Clark Viola
Jim Burnham Violin
Yong Tae Kim Violin
Peter Krysa Violin
Karen Rostron Violin
Andy Schaw Violin
Kemba Francis Background Vocals
Freck The Billionaire Guest Appearance
Red Cafe Track Performer
Tim Baker Violin
Technical Credits
Babyface Programming, Producer
Gerald LeVert Producer, Vocal Arrangements
Lionel Richie Composer
Dunn Pearson Jr. Arranger
Burt Bacharach Composer
J.J. Jackson Composer
Sound Factory Engineer
R. Kelly Arranger, Composer, Producer
S. Barnes Composer
Hal David Composer
Jermaine Dupri Composer, Producer
Brian Frye Engineer
Larry Gold String Arrangements
Butch Jones Engineer
Ronald LaPread Composer
Edwin Nicholas Producer, drum programming
Herb Powers Mastering
Sylvia Rhone Executive Producer
V. Jeffrey Smith Composer
Tamia Composer, Vocal Arrangements
Pete Tokar Engineer
Erik Lil Rick White Images
Carvin Winans Vocal Arrangements
Mario Winans Composer
Ken "Duro" Ifill Producer
Glen Marchese Engineer
Paul Boutin Engineer
Lili Picou Art Direction
Poke & Tone Producer, Engineer
Anne Catalino Engineer
Adam Barber Engineer
B.J. Robinson Composer
Jack Knight Composer
Michael McCoy Engineer
Shantel Jones Composer
Shep Crawford Producer, Vocal Arrangements, Instrumentation
Ivan "St. Ives" Walker Engineer
Andy Gallas Programming, Engineer
Ian Mereness Programming, Engineer
Steve Bearsley Engineer
Jermaine Denny Composer
Bryan-Michael Cox Composer
Wayne Allison Engineer
7 Aurelius Arranger, Producer, Instrumentation
James Porte Engineer
Nick Howard Engineer
Clue Producer
Alexander "Spanador" Mosley Producer
Lyrica Anderson Composer
Seven Aurelius Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Under The Radar

    Tamia is one of the most talented (and incredibly sexy) singer/songwriters that manages to stay under the radar, yet she slowly creeps up on the compatition and takes them by surprise. Her beautiful, consistant voice soars with emotion, her albums add sophistication, confidence, and sex appeal to the world of R&B. She is truely a breath of fresh air. Those who are just now discovering some of her work, will be in for a treat. Tamia doesn't get much recognition, or much radio play, but she does make some dam good albums. My most favorite song(s) has to be, from the Album "A Nu Day", "Can't No Man" where she sounds like she's in pure ecstacy, and the music suits the mood perfectly. "Rain" as well as "So Into You" from her first album are also hot tracks. Her third Album "More" is just the icing on the cake. I can go on and on, but to those who don't know much about Tamia, take a listen she whorth every note.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    luv it

    I luv it me and my cousin listen to this song all the time i luv officially missin you and still you are now my fav. singer you don't wear skimpy clothes that show all yuor body like beyounce

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    More and More To Come!!!

    Tamia's best album to date. The songs that stand out the most are "Still", "Offically Missing You", "Questions", and "Smile". I hope people will get this album ASAP.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Tamia gives U More

    Tamia is one of the most talented singers in the industry and it's said that people don't recognize. This and all of her albums are MUST BUYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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