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Tamar Soundtrack

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Audio CD, Soundtrack, March 21, 2000
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1. Get None (featuring J.D. and Amil) 3:49
2. Your Room 4:15
3. No Disrespect 3:33
4. Money Can't Buy You Love 4:31
5. Tonight 4:20
6. If You Don't Wanna Love Me 3:58
7. Once Again 4:15
8. You Don't Know 4:07
9. Can't Nobody 4:28
10. I'm Over You 4:03
11. Words 3:56
12. The Way It Should Be 4:39
13. Miss Your Kiss 4:22
14. Get Mine 4:02

Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 21, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: March 21, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Dreamworks
  • ASIN: B00004RHS7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,358 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Terrince Autry on April 29, 2000
Format: Audio CD
That's right, people. Everything that you've heard about Toni Braxton's baby sister's debut CD is exactly on the money: it's EXCELLENT! As much as I love Toni, I MUST say that her baby sister Tamar has got it going on, and it is absolutely CRIMINAL that DreamWorks Records didn't properly promote this fine lady's piece of work. With a couple of credible producers such as Jermaine Dupri and Missy Elliot lending their talents, the CD can't help but be good. Tamar has a dynamic set of pipes, with a wider range than her more famous sister's. Yes, she can hit the highs and pulls them off without much effort. She may lack Toni's huskiness, but I dare say that she can more than hold her own. This lady can sing, y'all. Tamar's disc dropped more than a month before Toni's, and I've compared the two. The verdict? I have to say Tamar's is the better of them. Forgive me, Toni...I still love you deeply! But, Tamar...YOU GO, GIRL! GOOD PEOPLE, GET THIS CD! JUDGE FOR YOURSELF, AND RECOMMEND IT TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW WHO LOVES GOOD MUSIC AND AN ARTIST WITH TALENT!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 28, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Dreamworks records has released probably the hottest talent that will be around for a long time. Featured with a unique name, but a familiar last name, new and upcoming diva tamar (TAY-mar) braxton, the 21 year old younger sister of reigning pop icon toni has released her self titled debut album, and in my eyes, it is going to be a great success. Not many artists that are not already discovered have a voice this powerful, and I don't think that anybody will in the near future.
Her debut album is nothing shy of a classic. Featuring the hot singles, that have already blazed urban radio stations "get none" featuring atlanta based record producer jermaine dupri, and the newest female rapper in the game the jay-z found amil. The track is a hip hop kind of track, one that makes her voice sound great. Now for the a ballad, the traditional braxton ballads. Tamar, may sound a bit like toni, but she shows a style of her own by laying down her smooth voice over a nice mellow beat on the untouchable "if you don't wanna love me". Why slow down there? Well...........she doesn't.
The rest of the album can already match the singles, including the blazing ballad "miss your kiss". Probably the best track on the album. Other hot tracks include the up beat "your room", the beautiful "once again", and who could forget the sexy "money can't buy you love". Tamar can't be touched on songs like these, and the rest of the tracks as well. She is easily the hottest talent to come out of the dreamworks recod lable this year.
But when you have hot tracks, why don't all of them make the album?
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Campbell on April 5, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Tamars album is and was one of the most slept on albums in the past ten years, Tim&Bob have never done such good work. The funny part is Get None, is my leaste fav song and dreamworks choice for first singel...whatever.My personal favorites are the ballads, Im sorry Toni fans but Toni has nothing on her lil' sister..Once Again shines both lyrically and vocally, I dont understand how this album did not achieve more commercial success. My other favorites on the album include Money cant Buy...love the high note thing. You Dont know, Cant Nobody, Im Over you...all get constant play in my radio even to this day...I wish shed get another chance to share some of her hot vocals with us.....the music industry is garbage
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Geminigirl on November 28, 2005
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
What's sad about r&b singers like Tamar is that in the era of 1997 - 2000, there were a lot of debut cds put out by new songbirds but rarely were they given a 2nd chance to prove that they could sustain a career in the music biz. It's a shame because Tamar has a voice as beautiful as big sis, Toni and strong material on a debut disc that just didn't get a lot of support. I can't recall hearing one of her singles on the radio stations in my area which isn't surprising given the garbage that's played constantly on radio and the promising artists who are ignored by same.

Tamar's vocal ability shines on the ballads but I also like the 1st track, GET NONE a lot. It's a fun song with catchy lyrics and music production. Other standout tracks to me are: YOUR ROOM, MONEY CAN'T BUY LOVE, I'M OVER YOU, ONCE AGAIN, WORDS, TONIGHT & THE WAY IT SHOULD BE.

I, like a lot of other reviewers hope that Tamar gets another chance to record a solo album because it's a shame that a vocalist of her caliber is shut out while lesser talents produce multiple mediocre albums. If you're curious as I was about how "Toni Braxton's lil sis" would sound on her own, give this disc a try.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jamaal A. Bivens on May 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD
There aren't too many CDs out these days that you just wish received more airplay and praise. This is definitely one of those CDs!! Tamar has definitely grown from her stint with her sisters in the group The Braxtons, and has proven that she is a standout in her own right.
Much before the duet with R&B group Silk ("Don't Go" on Silk's Love Sessions) and her powerful delivery of "Try Me" on the Kingdon Come soundtrack, she put out this wonderful collection of songs. I must say that she has strong voice that can be a force to be reckoned with if promoted more.
The faster songs on this album don't do it too much for me, but there are some decent ones. "Your Room" is a decent song that showcases some of her vocals, as well as the Missy Elliott produced "No Disrespect", that should have definitely been a club banger with its catchy lyrics and irresistable beat.
Tamar's voice is prominently featured more on the slower numbers, which come in many styles. Many people may remember her most for her song "If You Don't Wanna Love Me", which is probably the best song on the album. Her delivery here is nothing short of spectacular. On "Money Can't Buy You Love", she shows you that she's not kidding around when she effortlessly goes into one of those coloratura notes (the "Mariah Carey" notes) while singing some serious lines with excellent harmony. "Once Again" is a brilliant song with nice lyrics. "I'm Over You" has to be the second-best song on this album. While the title is self-explanatory, Tamar delivers it as if she is going through it right when you listen to it! I mean, just excellent.
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