понедельник, 14 февраля 2011 г.

DIANA ROSS - (1989) WORKIN' OVERTIME



DIANA ROSS - (1989) WORKIN' OVERTIME

Studio album by Diana Ross
Released: May 24, 1989
Recorded: 1988-89
Genre: R&B/soul
Length: 39:53
Label: Motown
Producer: Nile Rodgers
Quality: Lossless
Format: FLAC image+.cue
Source: Internet
Size: 344 Mb (+3%)
Download: Rapidshare

TRACK LISTING

Side A

1. "Workin' Overtime" (Nile Rodgers, Christopher Max) - 4:17
2. "Say We Can" (Nile Rodgers, Cathy Block) - 4:20
3. "Take the Bitter With the Sweet" (Preston Glass, Steven Ray, Steve Burch) - 3:51
4. "Bottom Line" (Preston Glass) - 4:05
5. "This House" (Nile Rodgers) - 5:34

Side B

1. "Paradise" (Nile Rodgers, Greg Smith) - 3:54
2. "Keep On (Dancin')" (Nile Rodgers, Greg Smith) - 4:33
3. "What Can One Person Do" (Nile Rodgers, Greg Smith) - 3:18
4. "Goin' Through the Motions" (Preston Glass, Steve Birch, Steven Ray) - 3:54
5. "We Stand Together" (Nile Rodgers, Greg Smith) - 5:07

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Workin' Overtime is a 1989 album released by American soul singer Diana Ross, released on the Motown label. It was Ross' first Motown album since 1980's diana after Ross left the label for a then-record breaking $20 million deal with RCA. Upon Ross' return to the label, Motown founder Berry Gordy, Jr. had sold the label to MCA Records and had positioned Jheryl Busby to the head of Motown. Ross was at first reluctant to return to her old label but Gordy promised her a lot in her return: not only would Ross return to Motown as a recording act, but she would be the label's part-owner. Ross reunited with collaborator Nile Rodgers to make this album which was an attempt to gear her to a much younger audience bringing in new jack swing productions and house music.

Upon its release, the album failed to generate sales and despite the Top 5 R&B hit with the title track, the album disappeared quickly, reaching only #116 on the Billboard 200 album chart (earning the dubious distinction of being the lowest charting studio album of Ross' entire solo career). Additional singles "This House" and "Bottom Line" were issued, as well as a remix of "Paradise" remixed by Shep Pettibone, but all failed to revive the project.

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Please re upload