℗ 2020 UMG Recordings; A Motown Records Release
 

To Love Again

Diana Ross

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1.1
It's My Turn
Diana Ross
3:53
1.2
Stay With Me
Diana Ross
3:41
1.3
One More Chance
Diana Ross
4:15
1.4
Cryin My Heart Out For You
Diana Ross
3:40
1.5
Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where You're Going To / Single Version)
Diana Ross
3:19
1.6
I Thought It Took A Little Time (But Today I Fell In Love)
Diana Ross
3:22
1.7
To Love Again
Diana Ross
4:08
1.8
No One's Gonna Be A Fool Forever
Diana Ross
3:09
1.9
Touch Me In The Morning
Diana Ross
3:27
Total Playing Time    32:54
To Love Again is a 1981 studio/compilation album by Diana Ross. It featured both new recordings and previously-released material. The album was produced by Michael Masser. Following the success of 1980's Diana, produced by Chic, Motown released this set in early 1981 consisting of old and newly recorded love songs by Ross and Masser. To Love Again was to be Ross' last album of new material for Motown (before her return in 1989) after signing a $20 million contract with RCA.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – UNI/MOTOWN Studio Masters

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

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