Tamia

Tamia

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Although it suffers from some uneven material, Tamia's eponymous debut album is an appealingly stylish collection of contemporary urban soul. Usually, her seductive voice can make the mediocre songs enticing, but the album truly soars when she has a strong song, like "Imagination." It's moments like these that indicate Tamia has true potential.  See more details below

Overview

Although it suffers from some uneven material, Tamia's eponymous debut album is an appealingly stylish collection of contemporary urban soul. Usually, her seductive voice can make the mediocre songs enticing, but the album truly soars when she has a strong song, like "Imagination." It's moments like these that indicate Tamia has true potential.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/14/1998
Label:
Qwest / Wea
UPC:
0093624621324
catalogNumber:
46213

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Tamia   Primary Artist,Vocals,Background Vocals
Siedah Garrett   Background Vocals
Gerald Albright   Saxophone
Pete Christlieb   Saxophone
Tom Scott   Saxophone
Marc Nelson   Background Vocals
Michael Thompson   Guitar
Alex Al   Bass
George Bohannon   Trombone
Oscar Brashear   Trumpet
Ray Brown   Trumpet
Alex Brown   Background Vocals
Bridgette Bryant   Background Vocals
Gordon Chambers   Background Vocals
Jeff Clayton   Saxophone
John Clayton   Conductor
Keith Crouch   Multi Instruments
Ronnie Garrett   Bass
Gary Grant   Trumpet
Erik Hanson   Synthesizer
Jerry Hey   Trumpet
JD   Background Vocals,Rap
Paul Jackson   Guitar
Charles Loper   Trombone
Jack Nimitz   Saxophone
Greg Phillinganes   Keyboards
Bob Robinson   Piano
John "J.R." Robinson   Drums
Manuel Seal   Background Vocals
Daryl Simmons   Percussion,Piano,Keyboards
John Jubu Smith   Guitar
Neil Stubenhaus   Bass
Rod Temperton   Keyboards
Mario Winans   Background Vocals,Multi Instruments
Snooky Young   Trumpet
Ralph Stacy   Bass
William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach   Trombone
Christopher "Tricky" Stewart   Keyboards
Reggie C. Young   Trombone
Terrell Carter   Background Vocals
Steven Meeder   Drums
Liza Broome   Background Vocals
Pamela Cork   Background Vocals
Chelle Davis   Background Vocals
Fred Jackson   Saxophone
Tanya Smith   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Quincy Jones   Producer,Executive Producer
Marc Nelson   Vocal Arrangements
Bob Brown   Engineer
Paul D. Allen   Engineer
Francis Buckley   Engineer
Gordon Chambers   Vocal Arrangements
John Clayton   Arranger
Keith Crouch   Arranger,Producer,Vocal Arrangements
Jermaine Dupri   Producer
Erik Hanson   drum programming
Tim Kelley   Producer
Thom "TK" Kidd   Engineer
Brenda Richie   Executive Producer
Bob Robinson   Producer
Manuel Seal   Producer
Daryl Simmons   Producer,drum programming
Tamia   Executive Producer
Phil Tan   Engineer
Rod Temperton   Arranger
Mario Winans   Programming,Producer
Tim Shider   Producer
Stevie J.   Producer
Mauricio Iragorri   Engineer
Christopher "Tricky" Stewart   Composer,Programming,Producer,Engineer
Stephanie Gylden   Engineer
Bob ?   Producer
J-Dub   Producer
Samuel J. Sapp   Producer
Tim   Producer
Ian Alexander   Executive Producer
Tom Brown   Engineer

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Tamia 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think Tamia is a very beautiful lady and a very pretty voice. She is young and very blessed to get started at such a young age. In the future I pray and wish to follow her footsteps because I also love to sing, but in a town where I live, it is very hard to be seen or recognized. But as long as I try, hopefully God will answer my prayers. To even meet her would be good enough for me. Love ya girl. -Vicky Haeup
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tamia has to be one of the most underestimated singers around, and I can't understand why. Once you get a listen to her debut album, produced by the great Quincy Jones, you'll know why she stands out from the rest. Her beautiful voice soars over her competition literally and sincerely. Although there are only two or three luke warm songs that don't quite simmer to the top. The tracks to listen out for would be "You Put A Move On My Heart" which is a bonus track and the very first song she recorded, also the lovely remake of "Careless Whispers". Briliant voice.