This soulful musical composition helps give dignity and character to the
much battered and besmirched image of Fathers, as we come close to Fathers
Day here in America.
The song was inspired by Steven Wagner while reflecting on his Father
who dedicated his life sweat and love to provide a decent home for a family
And this song can bring a much needed dedication for those who want
to send a message to the man figure in their lives.
If 100 Black Men help spread the word and send the message
to your network of African American people.
We cannot wait for Hollywood to do the right thing. We recently saw the
man bashing big screen movie , where each Black
man was shown to be no good, in my opinion DADDY GIVES RECOGNITION
TO ALL FATHERS BUT BLACK MEN WHERE ITíS DIARLY NEEDED. Players: Minnesota
Stevie recorded all instruments except:
Maurice (Shoonie) Kemp on Inspired. Drum Programming
Reggie Wagner: Drum Programming on Note Kickín and Vocals on : In The
Cold. Billie Murray Vocals on: Come Lay Next To me
Are You Still In Love
Am I The Man Or No
(Please use DADDY any Day of the Year)
Bruce Henry Vocals on: Rules Of Human Nature, Your
My Destiny, (Bruce Henry has always been
down to earth)
Deborah (Chantel) Winn: Vocals on: Iíve Been Asking You. I have more
female creations but in Minnesota itís hard to get professional Female
Vocalist to help. The West Coast was better for the free spirit.
But if youíre Female and want to sing let me Know. The spelling
of (Your) In, Your my Destiny: is because what I meant is your virtues, your woman hood your politeness
your maturity, your total femininity is what was destined for that man
who found such a special person.
Leroy Coleman Mixing and guidance through the programs I did not know
and still learning.
Mastering on DADDY and Rules Of Human Nature
by: Rare Form Mastering, In Minneapolis Minnesota.
Much of my creativity arrived after living on the west coast and being
homeless, having a minor stroke and heart attack. It did not end there
even after returning to Minnesota and doing over two years on the streets
is when ( In The Cold) was inspired. It is a blessing that the few men
shelters that are known to the African American male population in the
Twin Cities area exist, but at the same time what exist is the insensate
ways of some of the workers at these facilities due to their perceived
insecurities and the need to dog another out. All Tunes Copy written By:
Steven Wagner and a BMI affiliate