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Faith

Faith Evans

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Faith Evans had written songs for a variety of new jack and hip-hop artists (including Mary J. Blige, Al B. Sure!, Pebbles, and Christopher Williams) before releasing her first album, Faith. The record proves that she is as powerful in the spotlight as she is behind the scenes. Evans builds on a basic, hip-hop-influenced funk, alternating between simmering grooves and sultry ballads. Faith does have a couple of dull spots, but the album is a first-class debut.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
Faith (Interlude)
00:00:41

Jon Shriver, Second Engineer - Chucky Thompson, Producer - Daron Jones, Additional Keyboards - FAITH EVANS, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Rich Travali., Recorded by - AXEL NIEHAUS, Mixer, Recorded by

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

2
No Other Love
00:04:26

Jon Shriver, Second Engineer - Sean "Puffy" Combs, Producer - Nashiem Myrick, Recorded by - Prince Charles Alexander, Mixer - FAITH EVANS, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - AXEL NIEHAUS, Mixer, Recorded by - Rob Paustain, Recorded by

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

3
Fallin' in Love
00:04:33

Gordon Chambers, Writer - Jon Shriver, Second Engineer - Timothy "Tyme" Riley, Producer, Keyboards - Sean "Puffy" Combs, Producer - FAITH EVANS, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Rich Travali., Mixer, Recorded by - Mary J.Blige, Writer - LaTonya Blige, Writer - James "Bonzai" Caruso, Recorded by - Jean-Claude "Poke" Oliver, Producer, Drum Programmer

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

4
Aint Nobody
00:05:12

Jon Shriver, Second Engineer - Chucky Thompson, Producer - Sean "Puffy" Combs, Producer - FAITH EVANS, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - AXEL NIEHAUS, Recorded by - Tony Smalios, Recorded by - GERARDO LOPEZ, Recorded by - Paul Logas, Recorded by - James "Bonzai" Caruso, Mixer

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

5
You Are My Joy (Interlude)
00:01:07

Chucky Thompson, Producer - FAITH EVANS, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Rich Travali., Recorded by - AXEL NIEHAUS, Mixer - Rob Paustain, Recorded by

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

6
Love Don't Live Here Anymore
00:04:17

Sean "Puffy" Combs, Producer - Fred McFarlane, Music - Prince Charles Alexander, Producer, Mixer, Recorded by - Akua Dixon, Music - Paul Pesco, Music - Kevin Johnson, Music - FAITH EVANS, Vocals, MainArtist - Regina Carter, Music - Victor Bailey, Music - Mark Ledford, Producer, Music - MILES GREGORY, Writer - Judith Insell, Music - Jefferey Haynes, Music - Lisa Terry, Music

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

7
Come Over
00:05:36

Jon Shriver, Second Engineer, Recorded by - Chucky Thompson, Producer - Sean "Puffy" Combs, Producer - FAITH EVANS, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - AXEL NIEHAUS, Mixer - Lane Craven, Recorded by - Paul Logus, Recorded by - Kevin Thomas, Recorded by - Floyd Howard, Writer

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

8
Soon as I Get Home
00:05:24

Jon Shriver, Second Engineer - Chucky Thompson, Producer - Sean "Puffy" Combs, Producer - Sean Combs, Writer - FAITH EVANS, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - TONY MASERATI, Mixer - "BASSY" BOB BROCKMANN, Recorded by

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

9
All This Love
00:06:01

Jon Shriver, Second Engineer - Herb Middleton, Additional Keyboards - Chucky Thompson, Producer - Sean "Puffy" Combs, Producer - Nashiem Myrick, Recorded by - Quinnes Parker, Background Vocals - FAITH EVANS, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Rich Travali., Recorded by - TONY MASERATI, Mixer, Recorded by - Clarence "Coco" Emery, Assistant Engineer

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

10
Thank You Lord (Interlude)
00:00:56

Daron Jones, Keyboards, Additional Vocals - FAITH EVANS, Producer, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - AXEL NIEHAUS, Mixer, Recorded by

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

11
You Used to Love Me
00:04:29

Jon Shriver, Second Engineer - Chucky Thompson, Producer - Sean "Puffy" Combs, Producer - Nashiem Myrick, Recorded by - FAITH EVANS, Composer, Lyricist, Writer, Background Vocals, MainArtist - Rich Travali., Recorded by - TONY MASERATI, Mixer, Recorded by - Clarence "Coco" Emery, Assistant Engineer

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

12
Give It to Me
00:04:36

Jon Shriver, Second Engineer - Chucky Thompson, Producer - Sean "Puffy" Combs, Producer - Nashiem Myrick, Recorded by - FAITH EVANS, Writer, Background Vocals, MainArtist - Rich Travali., Recorded by - TONY MASERATI, Mixer, Recorded by - Bruce Purse, Solo Trumpet - Clarence "Coco" Emery, Assistant Engineer

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

13
You Don't Understand
00:05:02

Jon Shriver, Second Engineer - Chucky Thompson, Producer - Sean "Puffy" Combs, Producer - Nashiem Myrick, Recorded by - FAITH EVANS, Writer, Background Vocals, MainArtist - Rich Travali., Mixer, Recorded by - TONY MASERATI, Recorded by - Clarence "Coco" Emery, Assistant Engineer

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

14
Don't Be Afraid
00:04:55

Jon Shriver, Second Engineer - Herb Middleton, Producer - Curt Frasca, Recorded by - FAITH EVANS, Writer, Background Vocals, MainArtist - TONY MASERATI, Mixer - LATRICE SHAW, Writer - James "Bonzai" Caruso, Recorded by

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

15
Reasons
00:05:02

Jon Shriver, Second Engineer - Chucky Thompson, Producer - Sean "Puffy" Combs, Producer - Nashiem Myrick, Recorded by - FAITH EVANS, Writer, Background Vocals, MainArtist - Rich Travali., Recorded by - TONY MASERATI, Mixer, Recorded by - Darryl McClary, Additional Keyboards - Clarence "Coco" Emery, Assistant Engineer

© 1995 Bad Boy Records ℗ 1995 Bad Boy Records

Album Description

Faith Evans had written songs for a variety of new jack and hip-hop artists (including Mary J. Blige, Al B. Sure!, Pebbles, and Christopher Williams) before releasing her first album, Faith. The record proves that she is as powerful in the spotlight as she is behind the scenes. Evans builds on a basic, hip-hop-influenced funk, alternating between simmering grooves and sultry ballads. Faith does have a couple of dull spots, but the album is a first-class debut.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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