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Sings Songs From The Wiz

Diana Ross

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1.1
The Feeling We Once Had
Diana Ross; Lee Holdridge
4:36
1.2
He's The Wizard
Diana Ross; Lee Holdridge
3:34
1.3
Soon As I Get Home
Diana Ross; Lee Holdridge
2:51
Trio Medley  
1.4
You Can’t Win / Slide Some Oil / (I’m A) Mean Ole Lion
Diana Ross; Lee Holdridge
5:42
1.5
Ease On Down The Road
Diana Ross; Lee Holdridge
3:49
1.6
Be A Lion
Diana Ross; Peter Myers
3:21
1.7
So You Wanted To Meet The Wizard
Diana Ross; Lee Holdridge
2:51
1.8
Is This What Feeling Gets? (Dorothy’s Theme)
Diana Ross; Lee Holdridge
3:18
1.9
Don’t Nobody Bring Me No Bad News
Diana Ross; Lee Holdridge
2:05
1.10
Wonder Wonder Why
Diana Ross; Lee Holdridge
3:50
1.11
A Brand New Day (Everybody Rejoice)
Diana Ross; Lee Holdridge
3:42
1.12
Believe In Yourself
Diana Ross; Lee Holdridge
2:36
1.13
Home
Diana Ross
3:42
Total Playing Time    45:57
Diana Ross Sings Songs from The Wiz is an album by Diana Ross, released by Motown Records/Universal on November 27, 2015. The album features Ross' versions of songs from the film version of the musical The Wiz, in which she starred along with Michael Jackson. The songs were originally recorded in 1978, produced by Ross, Suzanne de Passe and Grammy Award winner Lee Holdridge. Motown originally planned to release the album in 1979 (a year after the film's original soundtrack) but it was cancelled following low box office returns and highly negative critical response to the film. Ross recorded new versions of "Be a Lion" and "Home" for the album, together with a previously unreleased song, "Wonder, Wonder Why". "Home" had been released as part of a 2001 Motown compilation album, while a different version of "Ease on Down the Road" had been released in 1978 as a duet with Michael Jackson. All other tracks remained unreleased until 2015. The reissue was remastered and produced by Andrew Skurow, George Solomon, and Harry Weinger.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – UNI/MOTOWN Studio Masters

Tracks 1-13 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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