Cherrelle The Woman I Am
- Released: July 16, 2013
- Label: Tabu
- 1.Never In My Life
- 2.7 Days A Week
- 3.Baby It's You
- 4.Still In Love With You
- 5.Love Me Tonight
- 6.The Woman I Am
- 7.Tears Of Joy
- 8.Gee Whiz
- 9.Nothing's Ever Gonna Stop (The Way I Feel)
- 10.Where Do We Go From Here?
- 11.Still In Love With You [House Mix]
- 12.Still In Love With You [Instrumental]
- 13.Tears Of Joy [Full Groove Unedited]
- 14.Tears Of Joy [Jazz Mix]
- 15.Tears Of Joy [The Glory Mix]
Personnel: Cherelle (vocals); Derek Bramble (guitar, keyboards, bass, percussion); James Harah, Ric Wilson, Frankie Blue (guitar); Daniel "C.T. Pontiac" Carthane (saxophone); Brandon Fields (soprano saxophone); Louis Biancaniello (keyboards, programming); Zac Harmon, Christopher Troy (keyboards, percussion, programming, bass); Greg Phillinganes (organ); Steve Lindsey (keyboards); Ren Klyce (Fairlight programming); Freddie Washington, Curtis Ohlson (bass); Rob Rodriquez (drums); Rafael Padilla (percussion).
Background vocals: Joey Diggs, Barrington Scott, Portia Griffin, Claytoven Richardson, Kitty Beethoven, Skyler Jett, Nikita Houston, Kris Kellow, Howard Johnson, Jackie Simley, Mona Lisa Young, Peggi Blu, Cristi Black, Dorian Holley, Peter Scott.
Producers: Zac Harmon, Narada Michael Walden, Keith "K.C." Cohen, Christopher Troy, Dave Elliot, Al Richardson, Peter Scott, Derek Bramble.
Engineers: Michael Girgis, David Frazer, Andy Batwinas, Eric Anest, Chris Rich, Kimm James, Gerry Brown.
Cherrelle didn't find the going quite as easy on her 1991 release. After having big hits on every prior album, Cherrelle wasn't able to duplicate that success here, although there wasn't much difference between this and her previous releases. She still sounded alternately dismayed, angered, and hurt, and made the same urban contemporary ballads and dance-flavored pop. ~ Ron Wynn
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