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Mariah Carey

Genre: R&B
Artist/Group Name: Mariah Carey
Release Date: 1998
Original Release Date: 1998
Label: Columbia (USA)

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# of Discs: 1

Disc 1
1. Sweetheart - (remix, featuring Jermaine Dupri)
2. When You Believe [From "the Prince of Egypt"] - (from "The Prince Of Egypt")
3. Whenever You Call
4. My All
5. Honey
6. Always Be My Baby
7. One Sweet Day
8. Fantasy - (remix, featuring ODB)
9. Hero
10. Dreamlover
11. I'll Be There - (live, featuring Trey Lorenz)
12. Emotions
13. I Don't Wanna Cry
14. Someday
15. Love Takes Time
16. Vision of Love
17. I Still Believe
Track Listing
# of Discs: 1
1. Sweetheart - (remix, featuring Jermaine Dupri)
2. When You Believe [From "the Prince of Egypt"] - (from "The Prince Of Egypt")
3. Whenever You Call
4. My All
5. Honey
6. Always Be My Baby
7. One Sweet Day
8. Fantasy - (remix, featuring ODB)
9. Hero
10. Dreamlover
11. I'll Be There - (live, featuring Trey Lorenz)
12. Emotions
13. I Don't Wanna Cry
14. Someday
15. Love Takes Time
16. Vision of Love
17. I Still Believe
Release Notes

Personnel: Mariah Carey, JD, Whitney Houston, Brian McKnight, Boyz II Men, O.D.B., Trey Lorenz (vocals); Michael Thompson (guitar); Eric Rigler (U-Union pipes, whistles); Greg Phillinganes (piano); Babyface (keyboards, drum programming); Nathan East (bass); Ricky Lawson (drums); Sheila E. (percussion); Clarence, Mase, Shanrae Price, Partrique McMillan, Geno Morris, David Cole, Mary Ann Tatum, Kevon Edmonds, Nathan Walton, Mark Kibble, Melvin Edmonds, Daryl Hawes, J. Valentine, Vearline Board, Joy Enriquez, Dion Allen, Peach, Lynn Davis, Syretha Smith, Sharlotte Gibson, Shanice Wilson, Krystal Wilson, Tavia Ivey, Kenya Ivey, Lisa Ivey, Nathan Ivey (background vocals).
The Darryl Douglas Workshop Company: Kelly Price, Cheree Price, Melonie Daniels, Peggy Harley, Liz Stewart, Spencer Washington, Henry Casper (background vocals).
Producers include: Mariah Carey, Walter Afanasieef, Babyface, Jermaine Dupri, Narada Michael Walden.
Engineers include: Dana Jon Chapelle, Jay Healy, Phil Tan.
Digitally remastered by Bob Ludwig.
Composers: Jay Healy; Phil Tan.
Personnel: Mariah Carey (vocals, background vocals); Peggy Harley, Henry Casper, Cheree Price, Liz Stewart, Patrique McMillian, Geno Morris, Kelly Price, Mase, Melonie Daniels, Spencer Washington, Trey Lorenz, Brian McKnight (vocals, background vocals); Ol' Dirty Bastard (vocals); Michael Hart Thompson , Michael Thompson (guitar); Eric Rigler (pipe); David Hewitt, Phil Tan (recorder); Greg Phillinganes (piano); Babyface (keyboards, drum programming); Ricky Lawson (drums); Sheila E. (percussion); Sharlotte Gibson, Lisa Ivey, Vearline Board, Daryl Hawes, David Cole, Nathan Walton, Shanrae Price, Syretha Smith, Don Allen, Peach , Nathan Ivey, Krystal Wilson, Mary Ann Tatum, J. Valentine, Clarence ?, Joy Enriquez, Lynn Davis , Mark Kibble, Melvin Edmonds, Shanice, Tavia Ivey, Boyz II Men (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Dana Jon Chappelle; David Cole; David Frazer; David Frazier; Jermaine Dupri; Jon Gass; Mariah Carey; Mick Guzauski; Phil Tan; Robert Clivill?s; Tony Maserati ; Bob Cadway; Bob Rosa.
Audio Remixer: Sean "Puffy" Combs.
Liner Note Author: Mariah Carey.
Recording information: Axis Studios, NY (1988-1998); Brandon's Way Recording, Los An (1988-1998); Conway Recording, Los Angeles, CA (1988-1998); Crave Studios, NY (1988-1998); Doppler Studios, Atlanta, GA (1988-1998); Hit Factory, NY (1988-1998); Kaufman Astoria Studios, NY (1988-1998); KrossWire Studio, Atlanta, GA (1988-1998); Ocean Way Recording, Los Angeles, CA (1988-1998); Power Station, NY (1988-1998); Right Track Recording, NY (1988-1998); Right Track Studios, New York, NY (1988-1998); Right Track Studios, NY (1988-1998); Skyline Studios, NY (1988-1998); Tarpan Studios, San Rafael, CA (1988-1998); The Hit Factory, New York, NY (1988-1998); The Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA (1988-1998); The Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA (1988-1998); WallyWorld, CA (1988-1998).
Photographers: Laurence Galud; Wayne Maser; Michael Hart Thompson ; Michael Thompson .
Unknown Contributor Role: Mike Mason .
Arrangers: Dave Hall; David Cole; Tod Toland; Chris Toland; Jermaine Dupri; Mariah Carey; Narada Michael Walden; Rick Wake; Rich Tancredi; Robert Clivill?s; William Ross ; Ben Margulies; Hans Zimmer ; Walter Afanasieff.
Blessed with a voice that covers more of a range than anyone this side of Minnie Riperton, and a knack for ingratiating, breezy pop/R&B, Mariah Carey became one of the premier pop divas of the '90s. For those who were hibernating during that decade, #1's lays it all out in an easily digestible format, presenting Carey's biggest and best under one roof. From the inspirational message of the poignant ballad "Hero" to the roots nod of "I'll Be There" (with impressive assistance from Trey Lorenz), it's clear that Carey has charisma to match her chops. On the infectious, almost giddy "Dream Lover" she voices her romantic desires so sweetly that the listener is moved by the urge to jump into the track on a white horse and whisk her off to some mythological paradise. Now that's the mark of a convincing singer.

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