Diana Ross – Baby It’s Me (Expanded Edition) (1977/2014) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Diana Ross - Baby It's Me (Expanded Edition) (1977/2014) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Diana Ross
Album: Baby It’s Me (Expanded Edition)
Genre: R&B
Release Date: 1977/2014
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:20:57
Total Tracks: 21
Total Size: 1,92 GB

Tracklist:

01. Diana Ross – Gettin’ Ready For Love (02:45)
02. Diana Ross – You Got It (03:57)
03. Diana Ross – Baby It’s Me (03:15)
04. Diana Ross – Too Shy To Say (03:15)
05. Diana Ross – Your Love Is So Good For Me (04:15)
06. Diana Ross – Top Of The World (03:06)
07. Diana Ross – All Night Lover (03:34)
08. Diana Ross – Confide In Me (03:33)
09. Diana Ross – The Same Love That Made Me Laugh (03:57)
10. Diana Ross – Come In From The Rain (04:03)
11. Diana Ross – Baby, I Love Your Way (2014 Mix) (04:15)
12. Diana Ross – Brass Band (2014 Mix) (04:41)
13. Diana Ross – Country John (2014 Mix) (03:44)
14. Diana Ross – Room Enough For Two (2014 Mix) (02:49)
15. Diana Ross – Gettin’ Ready For Love (2014 Mix) (03:28)
16. Diana Ross – You Got It (2014 Mix) (04:00)
17. Diana Ross – Baby It’s Me (2014 Mix) (03:22)
18. Diana Ross – Your Love Is So Good For Me (2014 Mix) (05:57)
19. Diana Ross – Top Of The World (2014 Mix) (04:38)
20. Diana Ross – All Night Lover (2014 Mix) (03:55)
21. Diana Ross – The Same Love That Made Me Laugh (2014 Mix) (04:17)

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Released in 1977, Baby It’s Me peaked at #18 on the Billboard 200 chart and #7 on the R&B chart. It was produced by Richard Perry and featured the hit single “Gettin’ Ready for Love”, as well as “You Got It” and “Your Love is so Good for Me”, which was nominated for a Grammy.Baby It’s Me has been called one of Diana Ross’s best albums, although it’s been very hard to find over the years. This rerelease of the original 1977 album has been expanded to include remixes, alternate vocal takes and four bonus tracks recorded for the album yet left in the vaults. Among those bonus tracks is a cover of Peter Frampton’s hit Baby, I Love Your Way.

A moderately successful late-’70s album for Diana Ross. She was evolving into celebrity/stardom status, and her albums were increasingly filled with less soulful, more sophisticated, heavily produced and arranged ballads and light pop. She still sounded glorious on most of them, but now the edge, sensuality, and energy that had made her Motown songs classics was steadily eroding in favor of a more stylized, almost show-business kind of singing.

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