It's Alright with Me

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It's Alright with Me
Studio album by Patti LaBelle
Released March 2, 1979 [1]
Recorded 1978
Genre Soul, disco, pop, funk
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]
For the popular song, see "It's All Right with Me".

It's Alright with Me is recording artist Patti LaBelle's third album, released on Epic Records in 1979. This album was released in quick succession following the release of the singer's sophomore solo album, Tasty, released in March 1979. The album was produced by hitmaker Skip Scarborough. The album became successful upon release due to the popularity of the songs "Come What May" and "Music is My Way of Life", the latter finding chart success on the dance chart. "Come What May" became a popular song during LaBelle's live showcases shortly after its release.

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[4]
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]