It's Alright with Me

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It's Alright with Me
Studio album by Patti LaBelle
Released March 02, 1979 [1]
Recorded 1978
Genre Pop, disco
Label Epic
Producer Skip Scarborough
Patti LaBelle chronology
It's Alright with Me
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[2]
Rolling Stone (favorable)[3]
Wilson & Alroy's Record Reviews 3/5 stars[4]
For the popular song, see "It's All Right with Me".

It's Alright with Me is the third solo album released by singer Patti LaBelle, her third off her deal with Epic Records released in 1979. After a modestly successful solo debut and a critically acclaimed but commercially maligned second release, LaBelle worked on her third Epic release with renowned producer Skip Scarborough. Despite some potential, much like her previous releases, the album failed to gain an audience. Two years and an album later, LaBelle left Epic for her hometown's renowned label Philadelphia International. The notable tracks on the album were the modest disco hit "Music is My Way of Life" and the pop ballad "Come What May", which was an early favorite in LaBelle's live shows.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Skip Scarborough; except where indicated

  1. "It's Alright with Me"
  2. "My Best Was Good Enough"
  3. "What Cha Doin' to Me?"
  4. "Love Is Just a Touch Away" (LaBelle, James R. Budd Ellison, Skip Scarborough)
  5. "Love and Learn"
  6. "Deliver the Funk"
  7. "Come What May" (David Lasley, Allee Willis)
  8. "You and Me" (Allee Willis)
  9. "Music is My Way of Life" (Marti Sharron)
2011 remaster[5]
10. It's Alright with Me [Single Version]
11. Music Is My Way of Life [Single Version]
12. Music Is My Way of Life [Instrumental]