|2||More Today Than Yesterday|
|3||I Want You|
|4||I Love You (That's All That Really Matters)|
|5||What About Love|
|6||The Look Of Love|
|8||Crazy Little Thing Called Love (With Special Guest Brian May Of Queen)|
|10||To Be Loved|
|12||This Magic Moment|
|13||You Are So Beautiful|
|14||Always And Forever|
|0946 3 82654 2 9||Diana Ross||I Love You (CD, Album)||Manhattan Records||0946 3 82654 2 9||US||2006|
|0094637712825||Diana Ross||I Love You (CD, Album)||EMI||0094637712825||Brazil||2006|
|094638160823||Diana Ross||I Love You (CD, Album)||Gala Records||094638160823||Russia||2008|
|TOCP-66632||Diana Ross||I Love You (CD, Album)||Angel Records||TOCP-66632||Japan||2006|
|094637681220||Diana Ross||I Love You (CD, Album + DVD-V + S/Edition)||Manhattan Records||094637681220||Europe||2006|
Blue, also referred to as The Blue Album, is a 1970s studio album released in 2006 on Motown Records by American singer Diana Ross. Recorded in late 1971 and early 1972, the album was originally conceived as a follow-up to her Lady Sings the Blues soundtrack. Berry Gordy and Motown subsequently decided to shelve the album, and Ross's next release was the "Touch Me in the Morning" single and album.
Diana Ross – I Love You (2006. 02/MP3/RAR) 1 Remember 2 More Today Than Yesterday 3 I Want You 4 I Love You (That’s All That Really Matters) 5 What About Love 6 The Look of Love 7 Lovely Day 8 Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Brian May Version) 9 Only You 10 To Be Loved 11 I. Will 12 This Magic Moment 13 You Are so Beautiful 14 Always and Forever 15 Remember (Reprise) 16 Take My Breath Away 17 Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Diana Ross – Love & Life The Very Best Of (2003. Diana Ross – Last Time I Saw Him (2007. Diana Ross – Diana Ross (2012/MP3/RAR).
Tracklist: 1. Remember, 2. More Today Than Yesterday, 3. I Want You, 4. I Love You (That’s All That Really Matters), 5. What About Love, 6. The Look Of Love, 7. Take My Breath Away, 8. Lovely Day, 9. Only You, 10. To Be Loved, 11. I Will, 12. This Magic Moment, 13. You Are So Beautiful, 14. Always And Forever, 15. Remember Reprise. More albums from Diana Ross: To Love Again by Diana Ross. Greatest Hits by Diana Ross. Workin’ Overtime by Diana Ross. Diana Ross Live – Stolen Moments: The Lady Sing. azz And Blues by Diana Ross. Christmas In Vienna by Diana Ross. Take Me Higher by Diana Ross. Problems by Diana Ross. View all albums . I Love You.
1 Remember 2 More Today Than Yesterday 3 I Want You 4 I Love You (That’s All That Really Matters) 5 What About Love 6 The Look of Love 7 Lovely Day 8 Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Brian May Version) 9 Only You 10 To Be Loved 11 I Will 12 This Magic Moment 13 You Are so Beautiful 14 Always. and Forever 15 Remember (Reprise) 16 Take My Breath Away 17 Crazy Little Thing Called Love. net/file/8cuGA/ilyo m. Bonnie Tyler – Heart Strings. MADKID – CIRCUS (2019.
Diana Ross is a 1976 album by Diana Ross for the Motown label, her second self-titled LP (the first was her 1970 debut album, later rereleased as Ain't No Mountain High Enough). It reached in the USA (4 R&B) and sold over 700,000 copies. The album was Ross' biggest-selling album since 1973's Touch Me in the Morning, and the first of Ross' albums since her debut to yield more than four hit singles
Diana Ross lyrics - 392 song lyrics sorted by album, including "If We Hold On Together", "When You Tell Me That You Love Me", "I'm Coming Out". album: "Diana Ross & The Supremes Sing And Perform "Funny Girl"" (1968) (performed as DIANA ROSS & THE SUPREMES). Funny Girl If A Girl Isn't Pretty I Am Woman The Music That Makes Me Dance Don't Rain On My Parade People Cornet Man His Love Makes Me Beautiful Sadie, Sadie I'm The Greatest Star. album: "Love Child" (1968) (performed as DIANA ROSS & THE SUPREMES). Love Child Keep An Eye How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone Does Your Mama Know About Me Honey Bee (Keep On Stinging Me) Some Things You Never Get Used To He's My Sunny.
Diana Ross carries off her entry into the covers phenomenon with class and vivacity, but listeners will inevitably compare these songs to the original hit versions. Ross, at least, has a theme that frames her song selection. I Love You was conceived as an album about love for all occasions. I envisioned expressions of love through joyful celebrations, family gatherings and intimate moments. Know tha. ach song was chosen especially for you, for your love, for your family", Ross writes in the liner notes. The title track of the album, "I Love You (That's All That Really Matters)", is the one new composition solicited for the project. It begins nicely enough but wears out its welcome at 5:30. Less meandering is Ross' performance on "What About Love", from the Broadway musical The Color Purple. Here, the tenderness Ross brings to the song could melt even the iciest of hearts.