“Vision Of Love” is the debut single by American singer-songwriter Mariah Carey for her eponymous debut studio album (1990). It was written by Carey and Ben Margulies. After being featured on Carey’s demo tape for Columbia Records, the song was re-recorded and produced by Rhett Lawrence and Narada Michael Walden. The song features a slow-dance theme tempo and backing vocals sung by Carey herself, and introduces her usage of the whistle register. The lyric of the song represents her past life filled with “alienation” and how she had dreamt of achieving her triumph over adversity up to the moment when it finally came to fruition as the “vision of love” that she had always believed in, despite everything that she has had to deal with in life. This was Carey’s debut record and was released as the lead single from Mariah Carey on May 15, 1990 by Columbia Records.
Mariah Carey is the debut studio album by American singer Mariah Carey, released on June 12, 1990, by Columbia Records. Its music incorporates a range of contemporary genres with a mix of slow ballads and up-tempo tracks. Originally, Carey wrote four songs with Ben Margulies, which solely constituted her demo tape. After Carey was signed […]
|Drums (programming)||Ben Margulies|
|Drums (programming)||Ren Klyce|
Narada Michael Walden