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Blue Lights in the Basement is the sixth studio album by American singer Roberta Flack released by Atlantic on December 13, 1977. The album was a commercial success, peaking at number eight on the US Billboard 200, becoming her third consecutive top-ten album on the chart and reaching number five on the R&B albums chart. On February 27, 1978, the album received a Gold certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipments over 500,000 copies.
This album finds Flack responding to the changing times with a batch of smooth tracks and a polished and accomplished production. Of course by this time, she seemed to be divorced from the intelligent and recondite work that typified the early part of her career. Some of the tracks here do come close to that style; "25th of Last December" and "Love Is the Healing" throw in some nice changes to complement Flack's sweet and patient vocals. What caused this album to be such a big seller was the Flack and Donny Hathaway duet, "The Closer I Get to Yo. The track.
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Chapter Two by Roberta Flack. View all albums . Blue Lights In The Basement. By: Roberta Flack (1977, Funk, Soul). 1. Why Don’t You Move In With Me. 2. The Closer I Get To You. 4. This Time I’ll Be Sweeter.
Roberta Flack is Roberta Flack's self-titled album. It represents her eighth album overall and was released in 1978. Its premiere single, "If Ever I See You Again" was on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart for three consecutive weeks. In The Basement" was the first single to be lifted of Australian urban singer Jade MacRae's second album Get Me Home. The single didn't fare well in the charts due to lack of Radio airplay. MacRae says of the song, "I wrote In The Basement on a whirlwind writing trip to Sweden in early 2007. I was lucky enough to work with Arnthor Birgisson, one of the incredible writers from Max Martin’s famous Maratone Studios in Stockholm. We had one day together.
Free download and listen Blue Lights in the Basement. Donny Hathaway, Roberta Flack. Style: pop. Album year: 1977. Roberta Flack - This Time I'll Be Sweeter 04:26. Roberta Flack - Love Is The Healing 03:44. Roberta Flack - Why Don't You Move In With Me 04:53. Roberta Flack - After You 03:53. Roberta Flack - Fine, Fine Day 04:50. Roberta Flack - I'd Like To Be Baby To You 04:40. Roberta Flack - Where I'll Find You 03:09.
Artists Roberta Flack Blue Lights in the Basement. Blue Lights in the Basement Roberta Flack. This album has an average beat per minute of 123 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 98/152 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Blue Lights in the Basement. Why Don't You Move in With Me.
Request an album send to friend. Blue Lights In The Basement (1977). Roberta Flack - Blue Lights In The Basement. Bitrate (quality): 192256320. mp3. 4:55. The Closer I Get To You (Duet With Donny Hathaway).
|1||Why Don't You Move In With Me|
|2||The Closer I Get To You|
|3||Fine, Fine Day|
|4||This Time I'll Be Sweeter|
|5||25th Of Last December|
|7||I'd Like To Be Baby To You|
|9||Love Is The Healing|
|10||Where I'll Find You|
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|SD 19149||Roberta Flack||Blue Lights In The Basement (LP, Album, PR)||Atlantic||SD 19149||US||1977|
|GM-200.2270, GM-Lps.200.2270||Roberta Flack||Blue Lights In The Basement (LP, Album)||Atlantic, Atlantic||GM-200.2270, GM-Lps.200.2270||Venezuela||1977|
|KSD 19149||Roberta Flack||Blue Lights In The Basement (LP, Album)||Atlantic||KSD 19149||Canada||1977|
|7567-82791-2||Roberta Flack||Blue Lights In The Basement (CD, Album, RE)||Atlantic||7567-82791-2||Germany||Unknown|
|TP 19149||Roberta Flack||Blue Lights In The Basement (8-Trk, Album)||Atlantic||TP 19149||US||1977|