Dance With My Father (Remastered) Luther Vandross
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- 1If I Didn't Know Better04:07
- 2Think About You05:05
- 3If It Ain't One Thing (feat. Foxy Brown)04:12
- 4Buy Me a Rose03:48
- 5The Closer I Get to You06:25
- 6Lovely Day05:56
- 7Dance With My Father (Radio Version)04:26
- 8She Saw You05:44
- 10Hit It Again (feat. Queen Latifah)04:37
- 11Right in the Middle04:50
- 12Once Were Lovers04:35
- 13Lovely Day (Part II)03:54
- 14They Said You Need Me04:40
Info for Dance With My Father (Remastered)
"Dance With My Father" won the 2004 Grammy Award for Best R&B Album. "Dance With My Father" won for Song Of The Year and for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance. The song was also nominated for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals and for Best R&B Song. "The Closer I Get To You" won for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals.
Life can be cruel and nowhere is this more apparent than when Luther Vandross was felled by a stroke just prior to the release of "Dance With My Father". For the most personal of his 15 albums, Vandross dipped into the worlds of R&B and hip-hop for help on a handful of songs. Checking in are Beyonce Knowles playing Donny Hathaway to Luther's Roberta Flack on a lush reading of "The Closer I Get to You" that finds the roles flipped and Busta Rhymes hopping aboard a thumping cover of Bill Withers' "Lovely Day" (that includes a Part II). Also helping out with the heavy lifting are Queen Latifah on the snappy "Hit It Again" with its crackling rhythms, and bad-girl Foxy Brown who brings plenty of attitude to the sassy "If It Ain't One Thing." For all the celebrity cameos, Vandross is most successful when he masterfully changes gears into his guise as pop's premiere balladeer. With his velvety croon, this New York City native reminisces about better times on the wistful "Once Were Lovers" (featuring a moving Stevie Wonder harmonica solo) and also delivers the heartfelt title track, a self-described career song dedicated to Vandross' late father.
Luther Vandross, vocals
Beyonce Knowles, vocals
Foxy Brown, rap vocals
Busta Rhymes, rap vocals
Queen Latifah, rap vocals
Robbie Nevil, guitar, keyboards
Brion James, guitar
Victor Vega, guitar
Paul Jackson Jr., guitar
Stevie Wonder, harmonica
Nat Adderley Jr., piano, electric piano, keyboards
Chris James, piano
James Porte, keyboards, programming
Marcus Miller, keyboards, programming
Skip Anderson, keyboards, vibraphone
Byron Miller, bass
Ivan Hampden, drums
Bashiri Johnson, percussion
Cissy Houston, background vocals
Tawatha Agee, background vocals
Cindy Mizelle, background vocals
Brenda White-King, background vocals
Khadijah Mohammed, background vocals
Ulisa Ivey, background vocals
James "D Train" Williams, background vocals
Michael Harvey, background vocals
Ricky McDonald, background vocals
Fonzi Thornton, background vocals
Produced by Luther Vandross, Marcus Miller, Nat Adderley, Jr., Shep Crawford
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