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Which is released on 2000-09-26 from record company Atlantic / Wea.
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The former member of Adoration ‘N Prayze and noted solist with Voices of Unity has stepped out solo at a time when the field is both fertile and competitive. A tremendously versatile project, Damita’s tracks are anything but typical. This project impacts in that it draws from some non-traditional gospel influences, and uses the ambiguity to a successful end. Too soulful to be classified as CCM, and atypical of even contemporary gospel, Damita sets out to claim new musical territory. Atlantic Records holds back no cards in recruiting a stable of chart-busting producers. Contributing are the likes of Arif Mardin (who boasts a list of adult contemporary elite that includes Phil Collins, Barbara Streisand and Bette Midler), and Jim Ed Norman (whose happy clients include The Eagles, Faith Hill and Take 6). Damita’s husband, Deitrick Haddon lends a hand on a few tunes as well. There are a burst of different flavas on this project that give it a twist. The guitar infused “Truth” features Toby McKeehan of dcTalk and grips you early on the rock tip. “Calvary” is a versatile ballad that could grace the CCM airways as easily as be heard on your Sunday morning gospel segment. Vocally, it is notable in that it is easily duplicated -a quality that arguably led to the success of songs like Kirk’s “Why We Sing”. Penned by Gerald and Tammy Bell Haddon, the ballad backed primarily by keys and strings is beautifully fragile, and Damita expresses a classic suitable vocal. Learn more about Damita