Daddy's Little Girls
 : Daddy's Little Girls

from: Atlantic/Q Records

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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Unknown
EAN: 0075678999826
Format: Soundtrack
Item Dimensions: 4550020575
Label: Atlantic/Q Records
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Atlantic/Q Records
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Atlantic/Q Records
Release Date: January 16, 2007
Studio: Atlantic/Q Records

Disc 1:
  1. Struggle No More (The Main Event) - Anthony Hamilton
  2. Don't Let Go - R. Kelly
  3. Greatest Gift - Tamika Scott
  4. Brown Eyed Blues - Adrian Hood
  5. Family First - Dionne Warwick
  6. Step Aside - Yolanda Adams
  7. I Believe - Brian McKnight
  8. Daddy - Beyonce
  9. Struggle No More - Anothony Hamilton
  10. Blood Sweat & Tears - Governor
  11. A Change Is Gonna Come - Charles 'Gator' Moore
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
The soundtrack features The Houston Family (Whitney Houston, Cissy Houston & Dionne Warwick), Yolanda Adams, Anthony Hamilton, Jaheim, Music Soulchild & more. Music plays an integral part in this project and most of the soundtrack is featured in the film. This soundtrack just like everything else Tyler Perry takes on is a true partnership and companion piece to the film. Both previous soundtracks to Tyler Perry films have sold more than a quarter million units each.
Themes of faith, family, love, and patience reverberate through the soundtrack to celebrated director/ playwright/ actor Tyler Perry's film Daddy's Little Girls. It's a typically excellent album from start to finish; even the songs that don't appear in the film and were "inspired by" it actually for once do sound inspired by it, and seem in fact to have been written specifically for the movie. The record has gained some notoriety for including a song called "Family First," the first-ever recording by the Houston Family, pairing Whitney Houston with her mother Cissy, daughter Kristina, and her cousin Dionne (Warwick, that is). It's a joy to hear Whitney back in (almost) top form, though the soundtrack's best moment belongs to another collaboration, the remix of Anthony Hamilton's emotionally charged "Struggle No More" by Jaheim with Musiq Soulchild. Charles Moore's cover of Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come" wins points just for trying, and for not swathing the tune in modern production, but it can't help but fall short. Contributions by R. Kelly, Yolanda Adams, and Governor are reasons enough to own this moving collection. --Mike McGonigal

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