I Will Be There (Kyla album)

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I Will Be There
Kyla-I Will Be There album.jpg
Studio album by Kyla
Released 2003 (Philippines)
Recorded 2003
Genre R&B, Soul, Pop
Language English, Tagalog
Label
Kyla chronology
Kyla
(2002)
I Will Be There
(2003)
Not Your Ordinary Girl
(2004)
Singles from I Will Be There
  1. "I Will Be There"
    Released: 2003
  2. "Bounce"
    Released: 2003
  3. "Flexin'"
    Released: 2003

I Will Be There is the third studio album by Filipino R&B singer Kyla. The album was released in 2003 thru Poly East Records under EMI Philippines in CD and cassette format[1] and digital.[2] It is one of the albums released by EMI Philippines with copy-protecting compact discs.

The carrier single is "I Will be There" written by actor-songwriter Ogie Alcasid. The album also included songs, Bounce, Always On Time, a song penned by actor-singer Janno Gibbs called Maghihintay Lamang, Flexin' with UK pop vocal group Blue, and a duet with Gary Valenciano for his original song Sana Maulit Muli which won Best Performance By A Duet at the 2004 Awit Awards.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "I Will Find You" Jamir Garcia  
2. "Bounce" (featuring Razor Ray) Jamir Garcia  
3. "I Will Be There" Ogie Alcasid  
4. "Let Go" Lee Andre "Quaizy" O. Katindoy  
5. "Always On Time" Jonathan Manalo  
6. "Bakit Wala Ka Pa" Arnie Mendaros  
7. "Let You Go" (featuring Razor Ray) Jamir Garcia  
8. "Maghihintay Lamang" Janno Gibbs  
9. "Love To Hate" Jamir Garcia  
10. "Walang Iba" Arnie Mendaros  
11. "Here I Stand" Lee Andre "Aaizy" O. Katindoy  
12. "With You" Rhada Cuadrado  
13. "Sana Maulit Muli" (with Gary Valenciano) Gary Valenciano, Angeli Valenciano  
14. "Flexin'" (featuring Blue) Simon Webbe, David Dawood, Joe Belmaati, Mich Hansen  

Album Credits[edit]

Personnel[4]
  • Chito Ilacad – executive producer
  • Mich Hedin Hansen – producer
  • Jasus Ramirez Garcia – producer
  • Jonathan Manalo – producer
  • Gary Valenciano – producer
  • Ogie Alcasid – producer
  • Luis Espiritu – stylist
Production[4]
  • Melanie Calumpad (Kyla) – lead vocals, background vocals
  • Mon Faustino – engineer, string arrangements, keyboard programming, mixing
  • Gerry Samson – mastering, mixing, vocal engineer
  • Ferdie Marquez – arranger, mastering, mixing
  • Jerry Joanino – engineer, mixing
  • Arnie Mendaros – vocal arrangement, background vocals
  • Mich Hedin Hansen – percussion
  • Joe Belmaati – bass, guitars, keyboards, programming
  • Arnel Layug – guitars
  • Benjie Bautista – violin
  • Gary Valenciano – string arrangements
  • Jasus Ramirez Garcia – arranger

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ PolyEast Records Archived 2010-08-01 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ iTunes
  3. ^ Awit Awards Archived 2011-12-26 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ a b Credits Accessed, 2003