RHINO CELEBRATES THE VERY BEST OF Roberta Flack
Career-Spanning Hits Collection Includes Solo Tracks and Duets By Versatile
Chanteuse And Is Available February 7 Click Here To Listen To The Album
LOS ANGELES - Refined and versatile, Roberta Flack's distinctive,
jazz-influenced voice could kill the world softly with its smoldering
intensity or set the night to music with a joyous shout. Rhino Records
explores the sophisticated singer's musical range with this career-spanning compilation. THE VERY BEST OF ROBERTA FLACK is available February 7 at
regular physical and digital retail outlets and at www.rhino.com for a
suggested list price of $18.98.
THE VERY BEST OF ROBERTA FLACK also spotlights some the singer's most
popular duets, including three more Flack and Hathaway collaborations: "The
Closer I Get To You," a #1 song in 1978 on Billboard's R&B chart and #2 on
its Pop chart; "Back Together Again," which cracked the Top 10 on
Billboard's R&B chart in 1980; and 1979's "You Are My Heaven." The
collection also includes Flack's enduring duet with Bryson, "Tonight, I
Celebrate My Love," a wedding reception staple since its release in 1983.
Flack teamed with Priest in 1991 for the Dianne Warren-penned hit, "Set The
Night To Music," which reached #6 on Billboard's Pop chart.
THE VERY BEST OF ROBERTA FLACK
1. "Killing Me Softly With His Song"
2. "Feel Like Makin'Love"
3. "Where Is The Love" - With Donny Hathaway
4. "First Time Ever I Saw Your Face"
5. "The Closer I Get To You" - With Donny Hathaway
6. "Tonight, I Celebrate My Love" - With Peabo Bryson
8. "Back Together Again" - With Donny Hathaway
9. "Only Heaven Can Wait (For Love)"
10. "Making Love"
11. "Set The Night To Music" - With Maxi Priest
12. "You Are My Heaven" - With Donny Hathaway
13. "Don't Make Me Wait Too Long" - With Donny Hathaway
14. "God Don't Like Ugly"
15. "Trade Winds"
16. "Uh-Oh Ooh-Ooh Look Out (Here It Comes)" - Steve Hurley's House Mix
17. "I Can See The Sun In Late December"
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