Cherrelle ‎– The Woman I Am

Tabu Records ‎– 28965 4005 2
CD, Album

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1 Never In My Life
Producer – Narada Michael Walden
2 7 Days A Week
Producer – Christopher Troy, Zack Harmon
3 Baby Its You
Producer – Keith Cohen
4 Still In Love With You
Co-producer – Louis BiancanielloProducer – Narada Michael Walden
5 Love Me Tonight
Producer – Derek Bramble
6 The Woman I Am
Producer – Al Richardson, David Elliott, Peter Scott
7 Tears Of Joy
Producer – Keith Cohen
8 Gee Whiz
Producer – Narada Michael Walden
9 Nothing's Ever Gonna Stop (The Way I Feel)
Producer – Narada Michael Walden
10 Where Do We Go From Here?
Producer – Christopher Troy, Zack Harmon

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 728965400528

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
364 005-1 Cherrelle The Woman I Am(LP, Album) Tabu Records 364 005-1 Europe 1991 Sell This Version
TABU 1015 Cherrelle The Woman I Am(CD, Album, RE) Tabu Records TABU 1015 Europe 2013 Sell This Version
364 005-4, 729 Cherrelle The Woman I Am(Cass, Album) Tabu Records, Pt. Suara Sentral Sejati 364 005-4, 729 Indonesia 1991 Sell This Version
364 005-2 Cherrelle The Woman I Am(CD, Album) Tabu Records 364 005-2 Europe 1991 Sell This Version
CDSOL-5227 Cherrelle The Woman I Am(CD, Album, RE, RM) Solid Records (6) CDSOL-5227 Japan 2013 Sell This Version



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December 28, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

I always admire an artist who tries do something new artistically, whether its starting to write their own material, recording music of a different genre, or in this case abandoning a ca$h cow formula sound with Jam & Lewis and opting for a fresh batch of producers. While the work she did in collaboration with the Flyte Tyme boys was superior to most everything else out there in the R&B market at the time, sticking to routine makes it hard for an artist to grow. Unfortunately, sometimes in order to grow you have to make mistakes and Cherrelle made plenty of them here... Her vocals sound as good as ever but the producers she chose didn't do anything to capitalize on her talents and to boot the songs she had to work with were sub-par at best. It's too bad - Cherrelle had (and still has) a lot more potential to grow - if she ever hooks up with Jam & Lewis again maybe they can take a listen to "The Woman I Am" for a refresher on where not to go... or at least to hear the mistakes of others that they can use to learn from for themselves.