Mariah Carey - Someday album download
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|A||Someday (New 7" Straight)||4:16|
|B||Someday (New 7" Jackswing)
Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
- Distributed By – CBS Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records Inc.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Records Inc.
- Produced For – Wake Productions
- Pressed By – CBS, Haarlem
- Published By – Vision Of Love Songs, Inc.
- Published By – Been Jammin' Music
- Mastered At – Masterdisk
- Pressed By – CBS, Haarlem
- Executive-Producer – Tommy Mottola
- Producer – Ric Wake
- Producer [Post-production], Remix – Shep Pettibone
- Written-By – B. Margulies*, M. Carey*
NotesSpecial versions of track taken from "Mariah Carey" .
Produced for Wake Productions.
Track B mastered at Masterdisk, NYC
℗ & © 1990 CBS Records Inc.
Distribution CBS Records - CB111
Made in Holland
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Print): 5 099765 653878
- Barcode (Scan): 5099765653878
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 01 656538 00 1A1 A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 01 656538 00 1B1 A
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 01-656538-00-A
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 01-656538-00-B
- Matrix / Runout (Back Sleeve): 01-656538-00
- Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
- Label Code: LC0149
- Other (Distribution Code): CB 111
- Other (Price Code): A
|44 73560||Mariah Carey||Someday (12", Single)||Columbia||44 73560||US||1990|
|656583 7||Mariah Carey||Someday (7", Single)||CBS||656583 7||UK||1990|
|38-73561||Mariah Carey||Someday (7")||Columbia||38-73561||US||1990|
|656538 6||Mariah Carey||Someday (12", Maxi)||Columbia||656538 6||Europe||1990|
|SOMEDAY001||Mariah Carey||Someday (12", S/Sided, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Mariah Carey)||SOMEDAY001||UK||2006|
Someday" is a song by American singer and songwriter Mariah Carey from her self-titled debut studio album (1990). It is a dance-pop song with new jack swing influences. Prior to Carey signing a record contract, she and producer Ben Margulies had written and produced a four-track demo which included "Someday". After signing a contract with Columbia Records, Carey began work on her debut album and she reached out to Ric Wake to ask if he would produce the song, to which he agreed
Mariah Carey is the debut studio album by American singer and songwriter Mariah Carey, released on June 12, 1990 by Columbia Records. Its music incorporates a range of contemporary genres with a mix of slow ballads and up-tempo tracks. Originally, Carey wrote four songs with Ben Margulies, which solely constituted her demo tape. After Carey was signed to Columbia, all four songs, after being altered and partially re-recorded, made the final cut for the album
You were so blind to let me go You had it all but did not know No one you'll find will ever be Closer to all your dreams than me Believing the grass would be greener You told yourself "I just don't need her now" But I know you'll soon discover You're never satisfied with any other. Someday oo someday One you gave away will be the only one you're wishing for Someday hey hey Boy you're gonna pay 'cause baby I'm the one who's keeping score. You'll change your mind and call my name Soon.
The definitive modern diva's 1990 debut kicks off with the Whitney-like retro-soul of "Vision of Love," but it doesn't take long before Carey's own personality and astonishing range bust up the comparisons. Carey was an immediate sensation once this album hit, and for the rest of the decade she never gave up the stranglehold she had on pop audiences.
Carey convincingly seizes many opportunities to display her incredible vocal range on such memorable tracks as the popular "Vision of Love" (featured during her television debut on The Arsenio Hall Show, an appearance noted by many as her formal introduction to stardom), the energetic "Someday," and the moody sounds of the hidden treasure "Vanishing. With this collection of songs acting as a springboard for future successes, Carey establishes a strong standard of comparison for other breakthrough artists of this genre.