Roberta Flack - Blue Lights In The Basement FLAC album
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Roberta Flack is a 1978 album release by American vocalist Roberta Flack: her eighth album release - including her 1972 Donny Hathaway collaboration - Roberta Flack was the parent album of the Adult Contemporary hit "If Ever I See You Again" which also ranked in the Top 40. Roberta Flack discography. She was the lead singer from the soul/R&B band, Mtume, whose soulful lead voice that was featured on the 1983 R&B hit, "Juicy Fruit". Agee has worked consistently as a backing singer from the mid-1970s through to the present day, predominantly with James Mtume who produced her one solo album Welcome to My Dream for Epic Records in.
Tonight, I Celebrate My Love" is a romantic ballad written by lyricist Gerry Goffin with Michael Masser and recorded by Peabo Bryson and Roberta Flack for their 1983 album of duets: Born to Love: issued as lead single the track – produced by Masser – became a million-selling international hit. "Tonight, I Celebrate My Love" was one of two Michael Masser/ Gerry Goffin co-writes produced by Masser for the Born to Love album.
Roberta Flack Blue Lights In The Basement 1977. ROBERTA FLACK - Blue Lights In The Basement (1977) 07. I'd Like To Be Baby To You. (play). ROBERTA FLACK - Blue Lights In The Basement (1977) 02. The Closer I Get To You.
Request an album send to friend. Blue Lights In The Basement (1977). Roberta Flack - Blue Lights In The Basement. Bitrate (quality): 192256320. mp3. 1. Why Don't You Move In With Me. 4:55. 2. The Closer I Get To You (Duet With Donny Hathaway).
Tracks: 01. Why Don't You Move In With Me (4:54) 02. The Closer I Get To You (with Donny Hathaway) (4:40) 03. Fine, Fine Day (4:51) 04. This Time I'll Be Sweeter (4:27) 05.
Discover ideas about Dj Music. Top 100 Best Love Songs of All Time: Peabo Bryson and Roberta Flack - "Tonight I Celebrate My Love" (1983). The title track was also featured in the 1995 film The album has reached Multi-Platinum selling status.
Produced by Atlantic Records, the song was released on Flack’s 1977 album Blue Lights in the Basement, and as a single in 1978. It became a major crossover hit, becoming Flack’s biggest commercial hit after her success with her 1973 solo single, Killing Me Softly with His Song. James Mtume and Reggie Lucas wrote the song between tours and, during the sessions for the album, brought it to Flack’s producer Joe Ferla, who played it for Flack. Ferla, Rubina Flake and Gene McDaniels produced the song, and Ahmet Ertegun served as its executive producer. Flack and Donny Hathaway, good friends while attending Howard University, recorded a self-titled album of duets in 1972. Five years later, the duo collaborated again on The Closer I Get to You.
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|A1||Why Don't You Move In With Me
Written-By – Eugene McDaniels
|A2||The Closer I Get To You
Vocals – Donny HathawayWritten-By – J. Mtume*, Reggie Lucas
|A3||Fine, Fine Day
Written-By – Rachel Perry
|A4||This Time I'll Be Sweeter
Written-By – Gwen Guthrie, Pat Grant*
|A5||25th Of Last December
Written-By – Eugene McDaniels
Written-By – Michael Messer*, Ronald Miller
|B2||I'd Like To Be Baby To You
Written-By – Morgan Ames
Written-By – Wayne Carson*
|B4||Love Is The Healing
Written-By – Eugene McDaniels
|B5||Where I'll Find You
Soloist, Oboe – Michael KamenWritten-By – David McHugh
- Recorded At – The Hit Factory
- Recorded At – Columbia Recording Studios
- Recorded At – RCA Studios, New York
- Recorded At – Record Plant, N.Y.C.
- Recorded At – Kendun Recorders
- Recorded At – Westlake Audio
- Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
- Recorded At – P.S. Recording Studios
- Pressed By – Presswell
- Arranged By – Gary King, Harry Whittaker*, Hugh McCracken, Leon Pendarvis, "The Band," Michael Kamen*, Roberta Flack
- Backing Vocals – Brenda White*, Deniece Williams, Eugene McDaniels, Gwen Guthrie, Mtume*, Jim Gilstrap, Lani Groves, Leon Pendarvis, Roberta Flack, Ronnie Foster, Zach Sanders*
- Bass – Anthony Jackson
- Design – Gazebo Group, Stewart Bosley
- Drums – Allen Schwarzberger, Howard "Locksmith" King*, Idris Muhammad, Jimmy Wong, Steve Gadd
- Electric Bass – Anthony Jackson, Basil Fearrington*, Will Lee
- Engineer [Recording] – Brian Christian, Joe Ferla, Mike Moran , Phil Schier, Ralph Moss, Ted Spencer
- Executive-Producer – Ahmet Ertegun
- Guitar – David Spinozza, Hugh McCracken, Jeff Mironov, John Tropea, Reggie Lucas
- Keyboards – Don Grolnick, Harry Whittaker*, Leon Pendarvis, Paul Griffin, Rob Mounsey, Roberta*, Ronnie Foster
- Mastered By – Jack Adelman
- Percussion – Crusher*, Dave Carey*, Gary King, Mtume*, Jimmy Maeulin*
- Photography By [Back] – David Gahr
- Photography By [Front] – John Pinderhughes
- Producer – Eugene McDaniels, Joe Ferla, Rubina Flake
- Remix – Joe Ferla
- Synthesizer – Ronnie Foster
NotesCan be distinguished from other US releases by the matrix numbers at the bottom of the labels ending with "PR"
- Hit Factory / Columbia Recording Studios, New York
- RCA Studios / Record Plant, New York
- Kendun Recorders, Los Angeles, California
- Westlake Audio, Los Angeles, California
- Record Plant, Los Angeles, California
A2 Recorded in August 1977, at
- Hit Factory, New York
- Paul Serano Studios, Chicago
B5 from musical production "Bamboo" Ken Harper Productions.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A side Label): ST-A-773969-PR
- Matrix / Runout (B side Label): ST-A-773970-PR
|GM-200.2270, GM-Lps.200.2270||Roberta Flack||Blue Lights In The Basement (LP, Album)||Atlantic, Atlantic||GM-200.2270, GM-Lps.200.2270||Venezuela||1978|
|KSD 19149||Roberta Flack||Blue Lights In The Basement (LP, Album)||Atlantic||KSD 19149||Canada||1977|
|7567-82791-2||Roberta Flack||Blue Lights In The Basement (CD, Album, RE)||Atlantic||7567-82791-2||Germany||Unknown|
|TP 19149||Roberta Flack||Blue Lights In The Basement (8-Trk, Album)||Atlantic||TP 19149||US||1977|
|CS 19149, CS-19149||Roberta Flack||Blue Lights In The Basement (Cass, Album)||Atlantic, Atlantic||CS 19149, CS-19149||Canada||1977|