Coach Carter (soundtrack)

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Coach Carter: Music from the Motion Picture
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released January 11, 2005
Recorded 2004
Genre Soundtrack
Length 53:23
Label Capitol
Producer Andrew Shack
Darius Jones
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
HipHopDX.com 3.5/5 stars[2]

Coach Carter: Music from the Motion Picture is the official soundtrack to the 2005 movie Coach Carter, starring Samuel L. Jackson as the hard-line coach of a high-school basketball team. It was released under the Capitol Records label.

Track listing[edit]

These songs were not featured in the film's soundtrack:

# Title Length Songwriters Producer(s) Performer(s)
1 "All Night Long" 3:33 Jermaine Denny
Kwame Holland
Kwamé Red Cafe
2 "No Need for Conversation" 3:38 John Jackson
Sean Garrett
Khari Cain
Needlz Fabolous
Mike Shorey
3 "Professional" 3:36 Howard Bailey
Shamar Daugherty
Alonzo Lee
Carl Bowers
Kai Simms
The Trak Starz Chingy
G.I.B.
4 "Southside" 4:12 Jayceon Taylor
Darryl Richardson III
Anthony Lee Torres
Anthology Lil Scrappy
The Game
5 "Roll Wit' You" 3:23 Ciara Harris
Demetrius Spencer
LaKiesha Miles
Corner Boyz Ciara
6 "Wouldn't You Like to Ride" 3:51 Malik Jones
Lonnie Lynn
Kanye West
S. Charles
Kanye West Common
Kanye West
Malik Yusef
7 "Hope" 4:12 Carl Terrell Mitchell
Frederick Taylor
Thomas Calloway
Mike Caren
Toxic
Faith Evans
Twista
8. "Your Love (Is the Greatest Drug I've Ever Known)" 3:33 Van Hunt
Millicent Hunt
Brandon Carter
Van Hunt Van Hunt
9 "This One" 3:06 Krystle Kantrece Johnson
Ronald M. Jackson
Sydney Malone
Brandon R. Salaam-Bailey
Maurice Simmons
Ak'Sent
10 "Beauty Queen" 3:44 M. Owens
M. Williams
N. Wynn
K. Cain
T. Grimm
Needlz Czar*Nok
11 "Balla" 4:07 Dedrick Rolison
K. Garmon
T.J. Green
Ph.D. A. Rae Price
J.D. Tucker
Da Hood
Mack 10
12 "Time" 4:52 Ali Jones
Robert Cleveland
Tohri Harper
R. Distasio
Jason Epperson
Jason Epperson St. Lunatics, Avery Storm
13 "What Love Can Do" 4:04 Keri Hilson
P. Medor
D. Nesmith
P. Smith
LeToya
14 "About da Game" 3:39 Tremaine Neverson
D. Hamilton
E. Lewis
Neek Rusher Trey Songz

Personnel[edit]

  • Anthology – Producer
  • Tom Baker – Mixing Assistant
  • Leslie Brathwaite – Mixing
  • Mike Caren – Producer, Engineer
  • Thomas Carter – Executive Producer
  • Corner Boyz – Producer, Engineer, Mixing
  • Canela Cox – Vocals (bckgr)
  • Claudio Cueni – Engineer, Mixing, Pro-Tools
  • Kevin "KD" Davis – Mixing
  • DJ Judge Mental – Scratching
  • Duro – Mixing
  • Jason "Jay E" Epperson – Producer
  • French – Programming, Multi Instruments, Producer, Engineer, Vocal Producer
  • David Gale – Executive Producer
  • Brian "Big Bass" Gardener – Mastering
  • Brian Garten – Mixing
  • Paul Gregory – Engineer
  • Candyce Handley – Soundtrack Coordination
  • Jennifer Hawks – Music Supervisor
  • Jean-Marie Horvat – Mixing
  • Van Hunt – Producer, Performer
  • Darius Jones – Soundtrack Producer
  • The Jukebox – Multi Instruments, Producer
  • Kwamé "K1Mil" – Producer
  • Bryan Loss – Engineer
  • Keith Mangels – Guitar (Bass)
  • Kevin Mangini – Executive in Charge of Music
  • Manny Marroquin – Engineer, Mixing
  • LaKiesha Miles – Vocals (bckgr), Vocal Producer
  • Carl Nappa – Mixing
  • Needlz – Producer
  • Rae Nimeh – Engineer
  • Neil Pogue – Mixing
  • James Porte – Mixing
  • Brian Robbins – Executive Producer
  • Neek Rusher – Producer
  • Segal – Mixing
  • Andrew M. Shack – Executive Producer, Soundtrack Producer
  • Sham – Multi Instruments
  • Skinny Ray – Engineer
  • Andrew Slater – Vocal Producer
  • Ryan Stoutenborough – Guitar
  • Sharla Sumpter – Executive in Charge of Music
  • Troy Taylor – Producer
  • Jonna Terrasi – Soundtrack Coordination
  • Van Toffler – Executive Producer
  • Mike Tollin – Executive Producer
  • Toxic – Producer
  • The Trak Starz – Producer, Engineer
  • Kanye West – Producer
  • Howard Willing – Engineer
  • Young Trey – Producer
  • Zo – Multi Instruments

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