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Diana Ross - We Can Never Light That Old Flame Again mp3 track

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Performer: Diana Ross
Title: We Can Never Light That Old Flame Again
Country: Japan
Released: 1982
Style: Disco
Category: Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.6 ✦
Other format: TTA APE ASF AC3 MP1 AAC APE

Tracklist Hide Credits

A We Can Never Light That Old Flame Again
Producer – Berry GordyWritten-By – R. Miller*Written-By, Producer – B. Holland*, E. Holland, Jr.*
4:19
B Old Funky Rolls
Producer – Ron Miller*Written-By – R. Miller*, T. Etlinger*
3:38

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Bellaphon
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Motown Record Corporation
  • Published By – Stone Diamond Music Corp.
  • Published By – Gold Forever Music
  • Mastered At – SST Brüggemann GmbH

Credits

  • Mastered By – SST

Notes

Labels:
℗ 1982 Motown Record Corp.
Side A: Stone Diamond Music Corp. & Gold Forever Music
Side B: Stone Diamond Music Corp.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 0881
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): BZ 3307
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): BZ 3308
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 100.15.048 BZ 3307 Made in Germany SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 100.15.048 BZ 3308 Made in Germany SST

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VIPX-1659 Diana Ross We Can Never Light That Old Flame Again ‎(7", Single) Motown VIPX-1659 Japan 1982
1626MF Diana Ross We Can Never Light That Old Flame Again ‎(7") Motown 1626MF US 1982
MN-33 Diana Ross We Can Never Light That Old Flame Again ‎(7", Single) Motown MN-33 Mexico 1982
MN-33 Diana Ross We Can Never Light That Old Flame Again = No Volveremos A Encender Ese Viejo Amor ‎(7", Single, Promo) Motown MN-33 Mexico 1982
101676 Diana Ross We Can Never Light That Old Flame Again ‎(7", Single) Motown 101676 France 1982


We Can Never Light That Old Flame Again" (Alternate Mix) (David, Holland, Holland) – 4:38. First released version was a non-album single in 1982, and was remixed by Berry Gordy and James Anthony Carmichael. The original mix featured here first appeared on a Diana Ross budget cassette in 1990. You Build Me Up to Tear Me Down" (Holland, Holland, Miller) – 5:42. Previously unreleased recording, recorded 1975–1977. Mixed in 1978 for possible inclusion on album Ross. Sweet Summertime Livin'" (Stover) – 4:25.

Ross is a 1978 studio album/compilation released by American singer Diana Ross on the Motown label. The album was a mixture of older tunes Ross recorded and newer recordings, side A consisting of four tracks recorded in 1978 and Side B of material recorded between the years 1971 and 1975, but remixed and/or extended by Motown in-house producer Russ Terrana specifically for the Ross album.

We Can Never Light That Old Flame Again (Alternative Mix) by Diana Ross. Though the original album, "Diana," is approaching the three-decades-old mark, it still holds up as one of the definitive albums of its era as well as one of the best ever released by the Detroit-born Ross. Produced by hitmakers Bernard Edwards and Niles Rodgers of Chic fame, the album is chock-full of danceable tunes, showcasing Miss Ross's unique vocals.

1626MF Diana RossWPreomCoan) Never Light That Old Flame Again (7", Label Category CountryYear. MotownVIPX-1659 Japan 1982. Motown1626MF US. 1982. Motown101676 France 1982. Motown100·15·048Germany1982.

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Diana Ross: Blue by R. Emmet Sweeney, published on May 27, 2006. In late 1971, after Diana Ross completed filming the Billie Holiday bio-pic Lady Sings the Blues, Motown put her in the studio to record an album of jazz standards to coincide with the movie's release. The material was shelved after the producers decided to keep Ross on the pop-star track, which soon produced the hit "Touch Me in the Morning. This summer Motown is releasing that long-lost album, entitled Blue. Produced by Gil Askey, the album burbles with orchestral swells, but never to the point of overwhelming the material. Ross' voice is sugary-sweet throughout, and she favors succinct phrasing over straining melisma-clarity of tone is her touchstone.