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Regina Belle - Believe in Me CD

Personnel: Regina Belle (vocals); Erik "E-Smooth" Hicks (vocals, keyboards, programming); Katherine Fenn, Ogura Yasushi, Jeff Watson, Roxann Jacobson, Daniel Seidenberg, Sara Usher, James Shallenberger, Paul Brancato, Victor Romasevich, Irene Sazer, Nancy Ellis, Eileen Moon, Doris Fukawa, Dawn Dover, Joseph Edelberg, Jeremy Cohen (strings); Mike $ Manni (keyboards, programming).
Producers: Erik "E-Smooth" Hicks, Bernard Belle, Greg Charley.
Engineers include: Mike $ Manni, Dave Greenberg, Dave Kowalsky.
BELIEVE IN ME was nominated for a 1999 Grammy for Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance.
Personnel: Regina Belle (vocals, background vocals); Eric Hicks (rap vocals, keyboards, programming, drum programming, background vocals); Joseph Edelberg, Eileen Moon, Dawn Dover, Ogura Yasushi, Victor Romasevich, James Shallenberger, Sara Usher, Doris Fukawa, Paul Brancato, Roxanna Jacobson, Irene Sazer, Jeff Watson, Jeremy Cohen , Danny Seidenberg, Nancy Ellis (strings); Mike Manni, Mike Mani, Bernard Belle (keyboards, programming).
Audio Mixers: Dave Greenberg; Mike Manni; Eric Hicks; Mike Mani; Ron A. Shaffer; Bernard Belle.
Recording information: Boom Town Studios, Sausalito, CA; Boom Town Studios, Sausaltio, CA; Doppler Studio, Atlanta, GA; Hillside Sound Studio, Englewood, NJ; Hilside Sound Studio, Engelwood, NJ; Patchwerks Stud; Patchwerks Studi.
Photographer: Albert Sanchez.
Grammy awards, platinum records and a beautiful voice simply describe the career of Regina Belle. Belle's silky smooth vocals and jazzy delivery showcase her pop, R&B and jazz influences. With this album, Belle delivers her usual soft, sensual vocals around nicely arranged R&B tracks. Considered by many as a diva in her own right, Belle keeps pace on her steady rise to ultra-fame with tracks like "You Make Me Smile," "Never Should Have Let You Go" and her title cut "Believe In Me." Surprisingly, the project takes on a sparseness in its production on songs like, "I Gotch U" and "Teach Me How To Live." The approach is welcome, and works for Belle since her voice is more than strong enough to carry the show.

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