Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls

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All Music Guide - David Jeffries
The soundtrack to Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls is a thematically sound effort that reflects the feel of the film to which it's associated. It does this so well that it actually earns the "music inspired by the film" tag on the cover when so many other jumbled messes of label priorities and unit-moving star power don't. Like the film, the music here is concerned with family and the unconditional, undying love that comes with it. Best of the bunch is Anthony Hamilton's moving ode to the family provider, "Struggle No More," which appears both in its original version and a polished remix with guests Jaheim and Musiq Soulchild. The often scandalous R. Kelly is suitably ...
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All Music Guide - David Jeffries
The soundtrack to Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls is a thematically sound effort that reflects the feel of the film to which it's associated. It does this so well that it actually earns the "music inspired by the film" tag on the cover when so many other jumbled messes of label priorities and unit-moving star power don't. Like the film, the music here is concerned with family and the unconditional, undying love that comes with it. Best of the bunch is Anthony Hamilton's moving ode to the family provider, "Struggle No More," which appears both in its original version and a polished remix with guests Jaheim and Musiq Soulchild. The often scandalous R. Kelly is suitably proper on his sweet and upbeat "Don't Let Go," while gospel powerhouse Yolanda Adams offers "Step Aside," which overflows with affirmation and emotion in a stripped-down setting, sounding very much like her hit "The Battle Is the Lord's." Of course, the track to focus on is "the first-ever recording by the Houston Family", "Family First," which features Whitney, her mother Cissy Houston, her cousin Dionne Warwick, and various Houston family members in a chorus. Whitney's voice is deep, a bit hoarse, a little rough, but very moving, and even if the children's choir thing has been overdone by this point -- the device was already used on "Struggle No More" -- Whitney's cries for compassion and her family's calls for strength will be deliciously voyeuristic for any fanatic, seeing as how her divorce to Bobby Brown was just underway at the time of recording. The executive producers of the album -- and Tyler Perry is one of them -- show their love of the current grown man's R&B with the final two cuts: the warrior anthem "Blood Sweat & Tears" from newcomer Governor and a moving cover of Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come" from Transitions member Charles "Gator" Moore. Everything else is satisfying and stays on topic, making this a solid collection and perfect souvenir for anyone who falls in love with the film.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/16/2007
  • Label: Atlantic
  • UPC: 075678999826
  • Catalog Number: 100783

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Struggle No More - Jaheim (3:54)
  2. 2 Don't Let Go - R. Kelly (3:23)
  3. 3 Greatest Gift - Tamika Scott (3:51)
  4. 4 Brown Eyed Blues - Adrian Hood (4:12)
  5. 5 Family First - Cissy Houston (4:07)
  6. 6 Step Aside - Yolanda Adams (4:06)
  7. 7 I Believe - Brian McKnight (3:21)
  8. 8 Daddy - Beyoncé (4:58)
  9. 9 Struggle No More - Anthony Hamilton (3:54)
  10. 10 Blood Sweat & Tears - Governor (3:41)
  11. 11 A Change Is Gonna Come - Charles "Gator" Moore (3:11)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Brian McKnight Vocals
Ronnie Garrett Bass, Bass Guitar
Anthony Lockett Guitar
Donnie Lyle Guitar, Keyboards
Renee Morris Choir, Chorus
Wilbert Richardson Guitar
Mark Batson Bass, Conductor, Drums, Keyboards
Michael Houston Vocals
Jay Weigel Conductor
Judy Peterson Choir, Chorus
Tamika Scott Choir, Chorus
Big Mac Bass, Keyboards
Crystal Collins Choir, Chorus
Gary Houston Vocals
Rodney East Keyboards
Herman "P Nut" Johnson Drums, Keyboards
Delia Warrick Vocals
Ray Watson Vocals
Johnnie "Smurf" Smith Keyboards
Adrian Hood Vocals, Background Vocals
Cheyenne Elliott Vocals
Sequia Bailey Children's Voices
Kristina Brown Vocals
Damon Elliott Vocals
Technical Credits
Sam Cooke Composer
Brian McKnight Composer, Producer, Instrumentation
Mark Bingham Engineer
David Anthony Programming
S. Barnes Composer
Ronnie Garrett Composer, Producer
Chris Gehringer Mastering
Bruce Irvine Engineer
Kandice Love Composer
Carlos McKinney Composer, Producer
Renee Morris Composer
Mark Batson Composer, Producer, Engineer, String Arrangements
J. Oliver Composer
Jason Goldstein Engineer
Poke & Tone Producer
Steve Sola Composer
Wirlie Morris Composer
Tamika Scott Composer, Producer, Vocal Arrangements, Melody Arrangement
Big Mac drum programming
Abel Garibaldi Engineer
Beyoncé Knowles Producer
Kevin Liles Soundtrack Executive Producer
Keith Pelzer Contributor
Ian Mereness Engineer
Ivan "Orthodox" Barias Engineer, Instrumentation
Carvin "Ransum" Haggins Engineer
Darren "Limitless" Henson Contributor
Joel C. High Producer
Matt Marrin Vocal Engineer
Herman "P Nut" Johnson Engineer
James Lopez Marketing
Andros Rodriguez Engineer
Adrian Hood Composer, Vocal Producer
Christopher Terrell Composer
Dagwood Anthony Programming
Ari Levine Engineer
Herb Magwood Composer
Darnell Winston Composer
Damon Elliott Arranger, Producer, Executive Producer
Chris "Tek" O'Ryan Composer, Producer, Engineer, Vocal Producer, Instrumentation
Chris Wood Engineer
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