Baby Woman

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babywoman
Studio album by Naomi Campbell
Released October 3, 1994
Recorded 1994
Mayfair Studios, London
Soundtrack Studios, New York
Genre
Length 43:12
Label Epic
Producer
Singles from babywoman
  1. "Love & Tears"
    Released: 1994
  2. "I Want to Live"
    Released: 1994
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2/5 stars[1]

Baby Woman (stylized as babywoman) is the debut studio album by English fashion model Naomi Campbell, released on October 3, 1994 by Epic Records. The album remains her only full-length music release to date. Campbell collaborated with a number of producers and songwriters, including Gavin Friday, Tim Simenon, Youth, Justin Strauss, Bruce Roberts and P.M. Dawn. Musically, babywoman is an R&B album that also fuses different genres, such as house, trip hop or country.

Upon its release, the album received generally negative reviews from music critics and was a commercial failure in the United Kingdom, where it didn't reach a higher position than 75 on the UK Albums Chart. However, the album was a success in Japan and sold over 1 million copies worldwide. Two singles were released from the album; "Love & Tears", which reached number 40 on the UK Singles Chart and "I Want to Live".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Love & Tears"   Gavin Friday, Tim Simenon 4:20
2. "I Want to Live"   Gavin Friday, Maurice Seezer 3:55
3. "Ride a White Swan"   Marc Bolan 3:32
4. "Life of Leisure"   Jill Cunniff, Gabrielle Glaser 4:54
5. "Babywoman"   Gavin Friday, Tim Simenon 5:39
6. "Looks Swank (Spooky)"   Justin Strauss 4:28
7. "Picnic in the Rain"   Bruce Roberts 4:32
8. "When I Think About Love"   P.M. Dawn 4:42
9. "All Through the Night"   Bruce Roberts 5:20
10. "Sunshine on a Rainy Day"   Zoë Pollock, Martin Glover 5:45
11. "I Want to Live (Reprise)"   Gavin Friday, Maurice Seezer 2:27
Total length:
43:12

Singles[edit]

"Love and Tears" is the only song from the album to have a video. The video was directed by Anton Corbijn. The single reached #40 in the UK.

Charts[edit]

Charts (1994) Peak position
Belgium (Flanders) 21
France 36
United Kingdom 40

Charts[edit]

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1994) Peak
position
UK Albums Chart 75

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