Feel Like Making Love . w/ The Fugees – Killing Me Softly (1996) . Imagine- . Back Together Again . w/ Peabo Bryson – Tonight I Celebrate My Love . Killing Me Softly With His Song (1988) . w/ Sadao Watanabe – Here’S To Love .Donny Hathaway & Roberta Flack Live . w/ Peggy Lee , Sarah Vaughan , Aretha Franklin. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (1972) .
Killing Me Softly With His Song . The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face . Feel Like Makin’ Love . The Closer I Get To You . Where Is the Love . Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow . Jesse . Bridge Over Troubled Water . Back Together Again . Making Love .
 Atlantic Records celebrate their 40th birthday with more than thirty megastar artists ranging from Wilson Pickett or Roberta Flack to Genesis at Madison Square Garden in New-York City >> 19 MINUTES >>
 Stevie Wonder, Roberta Flack, John Lennon (kb, g) and Yoko Ono (kb) plus the Plastic Ono Elephants Memory Band – that is Stan Bronstein (s), Wayne Tex Gabriel (g), John Ward (b), Gary Van Scyoc (b), Jim Kellner (d), Rick Frank (d) & Adam Ippolito (kb) – will give a special concert for handicapped children at Madison Square Garden in New-York City >> 95 MINUTES on RVM
 Roberta Flack sings and plays piano at Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, RI >> 65 MINUTES on RVM
Wikipedia : This day (February 10, 1939), in Black Mountain, North Carolina,, is born Roberta Flack an American singer, songwriter and musician.
Official Site : Very active as a humanitarian and mentor, Ms. Flack founded the Roberta Flack School of Music at the Hyde Leadership Charter School in the Bronx, providing an innovative and inspiring music education program to underprivileged students free of charge.
@allmusic : Classy, urbane, reserved, smooth, and sophisticated — all of these terms have been used to describe the music of Roberta Flack, particularly her string of romantic, light jazz ballad hits in the 1970s
@last.fm : Flack began her professional career recording for Atlantic Records without much success, until one of her earliest recordings, “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” (1969), was included on the soundtrack to Clint Eastwood’s directorial debut Play Misty for Me