℗ 1975 Atlantic Records
 

Feel Like Makin' Love

Roberta Flack

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1
Feelin' That Glow
Roberta Flack
5:50
2
I Wanted It Too
Roberta Flack
2:51
3
I Can See the Sun in Late December
Roberta Flack
12:46
4
Some Gospel According to Matthew
Roberta Flack
2:37
5
Feel Like Makin' Love
Roberta Flack
2:55
6
Mr. Magic
Roberta Flack
3:57
7
Early Ev'ry Midnite
Roberta Flack
5:53
8
Old Hearbreak Top Ten
Roberta Flack
4:23
9
She's Not Blind
Roberta Flack
5:22
Total Playing Time    46:34
Released in 1975, Feel Like Makin' Love is Roberta Flack's fifth solo album and sixth overall. It was the first album produced by Flack herself, under the pseudonym Rubina Flake.

The title track is composed by singer-songwriter Eugene McDaniels, and has since been covered by many artists, most notably on D'Angelo's Voodoo.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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