Roberta Flack (album)

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Roberta Flack
Studio album by Roberta Flack
Released August 7, 1978
Recorded 1978
Genre R&B/Soul
Label Atlantic
Producer Joe Brooks, Joe Ferla, Flake
Roberta Flack chronology
Blue Lights in the Basement
(1977)
Roberta Flack
(1978)
Roberta Flack Featuring Donny Hathaway
(1980)
Singles from Roberta Flack
  1. "If Ever I See You Again / I'd Like to Be Baby To You"
    Released: 21 April 1978
  2. "When It's Over / Come Share My Love"
    Released: 20 October 1978
  3. "You Are Everything / Knowing That We're Made for Each Other"
    Released: 8 April 1979

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 #1 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart for three consecutive weeks. It was also a Top 20 Pop hit.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "What a Woman Really Means" (Ralph MacDonald, William Salter)
  2. "You Are Everything" (Linda Creed, Thom Bell)
  3. "Independent Man" (Gerry Goffin, Michael Masser)
  4. "If Ever I See You Again" (Joe Brooks)
  5. "And the Feeling's So Good" (Charles Fox, Norman Gimbel)
  6. "Know That We're Made for Each Other" (Larry Alexander)
  7. "Come Share My Love" (Joe Brooks)
  8. "Baby I Love You So" (Larry Alexander)
  9. "When It's Over" (Joe Brooks)

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