For other persons named David Hall, see David Hall (disambiguation) David "Dave" Hall (A.K.A. Dave "Jam" Hall) is a record producer. He is famous for working on Mary J. Blige's debut album What's the 411? (including the #1 R&B hit single "You Remind Me"); with Madonna, co-writing and co-producing several tracks from her 1994 album Bedtime Stories, including the single "Human Nature," for working with R&B harmony group Brownstone, and for co-writing and co-producing two of Mariah Carey's hits, "Dreamlover" and "Fantasy." He also had produced for such acts like Usher, Donell Jones, CeCe Peniston, and Joe early in their music careers. He is also a remixer responsible for remixes of "Scream" (1995) by Michael and Janet Jackson and "Goldeneye" (1995) for Tina Turner. Dave Hall has teamed up with Ike Morris and Morris Management Group, and is currently creating and recording music in his studio in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the former husband of prominent comic Wanda Sykes. Production discography: Brand Nubian - One For All (1990) 11. Try To Do Me, Heavy D. & the Boyz - Peaceful Journey (1991) 12. Body and Mind (produced with Nevelle Hodge), Strictly Business- Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1991) 1. Stephanie Mills - I Just Want Love, 2. Jeff Redd - You Called and Told Me, 4. Mary J. Blige - You Remind Me, Stephanie Mills - Something Real (1992) 12. I Just Want Love, Father MC - Close to You (1992) 1. All I Want, Mary J. Blige - What's the 411? (1992) 2. Reminisce, 4. You Remind Me, 7. Love No Limit, 10. My Love, Intro - Intro (1993) 2. Let Me Be the One, 5. It's All About You, 10. So Many Reasons, Joe - Everything (1993) 11. Baby Don't Stop, Mariah Carey - Music Box (1993) 1. Dreamlover, Jomanda - Nubia Soul (1993) 5. Back to You, 13. Tonight's the Night, Eddie F. and the Untouchables - Let's Get It On (1994) 1. Intro- Never Again, 9. Porche (band) - Make You Feel Real Good, Changing Faces - Changing Faces (1994) 6. Am I Wasting My Time, Jade - Mind, Body & Song (1994) 2. If the Mood Is Right, 4. If the Lovin' Ain't Good, Usher - Usher (1994) 7. The Many Ways, 14. Final Goodbye, Brownstone - From the Bottom Up (1994) 2. Grapevyne, 3. If You Love Me, Madonna - Bedtime Stories (1994) 3. I'd Rather Be Your Lover, 6. Human Nature, 8. Love Tried to Welcome Me, Intro - New Life (1995) 2. Funny How Time Flies, 5. My Love's on the Way, Silk - Silk (1995) 9. Now That I've Lost You, Phyllis Hyman - I Refuse to Be Lonely (1995) 7. It's Not About You (It's About Me), Mariah Carey - Daydream (1995) 1. Fantasy, Horace Brown - Horace Brown (1996) 6. Taste Your Love, 8. I Like, 10. Gotta Find a Way, Kenny Lattimore - Kenny Lattimore (1996) 1. Never Too Busy, 3. I Won't Let You Down, Assorted Phlavors - Assorted Phlavors (1996) 1. Tell Me, 2. Hiding Place, 4. Trust, 5. What Ya Gonna Do (Interlude), 6. Patience, 8. Don't Let Go, 9. Tonight (Interlude), 10. Can't Get You Off My Mind, 11. Love So Real (Interlude), 13. Don't Stop (Interlude), 17. Patience (Remix), CeCe Peniston - I'm Movin' On (1996) 1. Movin' On, Brownstone - Still Climbing (1997) 4. In the Game of Love, Kurupt - Kuruption! (Disc Two) (1998) 10. Who Do U Be (Produced by RJ Rice, additional production and remix by Dave "Jam" Hall), Session musician: Big Punisher - Yeeeah Baby (2000) 12. Laughing At You (keyboards)

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