Motown publish ‘Diana Ross’ her second and eponymous album featuring ‘Love Hangover’ (1976)

Diana Ross‘ feat. ‘Love Hangover’ is her second self-titled album released on February 10, 1976 by Motown

Track Listing : 1.Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where You’Re Going To) (Michael Masser, Gerry Goffin) – 03:22 . 2.I Thought It Took A Little Time (But Today I Fell In Love) (Michael Masser, Pam Sawyer) – 03:19 . 3.Love Hangover (Marilyn Mcleod, Pam Sawyer) – 07:49 . 4.Kiss Me Now (Gwen Gordy Fuqua, Kenneth Lupper, Bobby Susser) – 02:42 . 5.You’Re Good My Child (Kenneth Lupper) – 03:35 . 6.One Love In My Lifetime (Lawrence Brown, Terri Mcfadden, Leonard Perry) – 03:37 . 7.Ain’T Nothin’ But A Maybe (Nickolas Ashford, Valerie Simpson) – 03:35 . 8.After You (Michael Masser, Ron Miller) – 04:06 . 9.Smile (Charlie Chaplin, Geoffrey Parsons, John Turner) – 02:55

Victor Skrebneski

Musicians : Diana Ross – Vocals

Production : Produced By Michael Masser, Hal Davis, Nickolas Ashford And Valerie Simpson . Russ Terrana – Engineer

Package : Skrebneski – Photography

Recorded 1975.

Released On February 10, 1976 By Motown.

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This album represents a definite change in direction for Ross both as a popular singer and as an adult who was showing more depth in her work. After the success of Lady four years earlier, the singer/actress had established herself as the most recognizable voice of American popular music. […]

Robert Christgau
This is a generally catchy album by the sad standards she’s settled for, but beyond Ashford & Simpson’s gorgeous, mournful “Ain’t Nothin’ but a Maybe” and the seven intoxicating minutes of “Love Hangover” it’s often catchy-annoying rather than catchy-compelling or at least catchy-fun […]

Holy Moly
As with the bulk of her solo output, Diana Ross is a charming if patchy collection that highlights her performance and production strengths as well as her struggle to find material worthy of her stature and talent. But as a beautifully presented, thoroughly curated historic document, it’s an essential purchase.Read the whole story on Holy Moly! The best celebrity gossip site in the world. […]


Motown publish ‘Diana Ross’ her  second and eponymous album featuring ‘Love Hangover’ (1976)

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