Set the Night to Music

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Set the Night to Music
Studio album by Roberta Flack
Released September 17, 1991
Genre R&B/Soul
Length 50:09
Label Atlantic
Producer Arif Mardin, Ahmet Ertegün (Co-producer "My Foolish Heart"), Joe Mardin (Co-producer "When Someone Tears Your Heart in Two" & "Summertime")
Roberta Flack chronology
Oasis
(1988)
Set the Night to Music
(1991)
Softly with These Songs: The Best of Roberta Flack
(1993)
Singles from Set the Night to Music
  1. "Set the Night to Music"
    Released: September 10, 1991
  2. "You Make Me Feel Brand New"
    Released: December 5, 1991
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Set the Night to Music is an album released by Roberta Flack in 1991 on Atlantic Records. The title track, written by Diane Warren and originally the 11th track of Starship's 1987 album No Protection, was remade as a duet with Maxi Priest and reached number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 2 on the Hot Adult Contemporary chart.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Waiting Game" (Claude Gaudette, Alan Roy Scott)
  2. "Set the Night to Music" (Diane Warren)
  3. "When Someone Tears Your Heart In Two" (Bob Gaudio, Madeline Stone)
  4. "Something Your Heart Has Been Telling Me" (Bette Midler, Robert Kraft, Barry Reynolds)
  5. "You Make Me Feel Brand New" (Thomas Bell, Linda Creed)
  6. "Unforgettable" (Irving Gordon; Intro written by Arif Mardin)
    • Duet with Mark Stevens
  7. "Summertime" (Sharon Robinson, Leonard Cohen)
  8. "Natural Thing" (Jerry Barnes, Katreese Barnes)
  9. "My Foolish Heart" (Ned Washington, Victor Young)
  10. "Friend" (Jerry Barnes, Katreese Barnes)
  11. "Always" (Irving Berlin; Closing verse written by Roberta Flack and Barry Miles)

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