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  • Audio CD (January 16, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Manhattan Records
  • ASIN: B000KRN258
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #641,325 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Remember
2. More Today Than Yesterday
3. I Want You
4. I Love You (That's All That Really Matters)*
5. What About Love
6. The Look Of Love
7. Take My Breath Away
8. Lovely Day
9. Only You
10. To Be Loved
See all 15 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Behind the scenes footage (Timing 9:18)
2. Photo Gallery

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Product Description

First studio album since 1999, had a very special beginning. While at home looking through a family photo album, listening to 'Remember' by Harry Nilsson, she became inspired to record a new album of love songs with a positive message. CD/DVD Deluxe Edition contains behind the scenes footage and photo gallery.

Diana Ross may have hand-selected the 14 songs on this disc, but as its executive producer she didn't do her domineering reputation justice. Arrangements sag when they should snap-to. At times they're dozy. Occasionally, as in Berlin's "Take My Breath Away," they drown themselves in melancholy. But the good news is that they don't pull Diana's vocals down with them. There are moments on I Love You when the world's most distinguished diva positively purrs (Harry Nilsson's classic "Remember," which opens and closes the disc), and others when she digs deep ("To Be Loved"); 40-plus years into her career, her voice is still her own. In addition to the arrangements, problems with this imperfect disc include the songs themselves which, in this age of carefully calculated comebacks, could have been better edited (Spiral Staircase's "More Today Than Yesterday" is Ross's speed; Paul McCartney's contemplative "I Will" isn't). Still, when Diana goes for redemption she does it up big, true to form, and where I Love You redeems itself best is on its sole original composition. Title track "I Love You" is pure valentine; a heartfelt burst that, in three sweetly sung words, speaks volumes. --Tammy La Gorce

Customer Reviews

Yes, I LOVE Diana Ross!!
Michael J. Ashby
I think--and I purchased the entire album (in this day of downloading individual songs)--that the overall album has a good, cohesive, flow.
Her voice is bright and energetic, enhancing the spectacular musical arrangements to startling effect.
Ian Phillips

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4 of 0 people found the following review helpful By S. Greene on March 13, 2007
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This is a fantastic work for Miss Ross........So glad she is still making music and I grew up with her and the Supremes! We need groups like that today for our young girls!
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Ian Phillips on October 3, 2006
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At long, long last us eager, adoring fans are treated to a brand new studio album from the sophisticated, glamorous soul music legend ( a

full severn years since the release of the sublime and underated Every Day Is A New Day album). Titled, I Love You, this new Diana Ross album was met with much anticipation from myself - and no doubt from all of her millions and millions of fans all across the world. Well, believe me Diana Ross doesn't disappoint and she really delivers on this album, uncannily working her magic to full effect. What Diana succeeds in doing on the I Love You album is taking you with her on a poignant, musical journey, which was exactly her intention.

The I Love You project was produced by Diana Ross herself and Marylata E. Jacob. Each song for this artistically creative project was personally

selected by Diana. She had literally trawled through hundreds of songs to find the right songs that Diana felt she could personally identify

with. All of the songs on the I Love You project were somehow uniquely personal to Diana. Diana's intended ethos of the I Love You project was to

be a warm, captivating celebration of love and life. Diana approached the project as being an album that you could not only listen too and enjoy in the comfort of your own home but a collection that could be played at weddings, family gatherings and intimate moments.

The I Love You project delicately begins to unravel with a spine tingling, haunting renedition of Harry Nilsson's, Remember. Diana

had been listening to this pleasant and sentimental song whilst glancing through some of her treasured family photo albums. It was this

song that had given Diana the initial ammunition and inspiration for recording a new album.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Lawrence H. Stern on October 11, 2006
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For starters, let me say that I think it's a crime this album is not receiving an official release in the United States. Why on earth won't Clive Davis sign Miss Ross? This album would fit so nicely in his new routine of mining the classics for more seasoned stars. That being said, this is the lush, beautifully orchestrated, and adult-sounding album that we fans have been waiting for all these years! Yes, most of these are covers - but Diana gives all these tracks her own personal statement/investment and they all become distinctive and new again. I love the bookends of "Remember" - a melancholy tune that seems to set just the right tone. "More Today than Yesterday", if released as a single (although EMI has no plans for any single right now) could be a big, fun, retro hit a la "Why do Fools fall in Love." I am especially impressed by the jazzy/emotional range on several tracks such as "The Look of Love" and "What About Love." "I Love You" - the second original song - recalls many previous Diana classics while she manages to make "I Want You" (written by her brother) sound fresh and new again. The biggest surprise for me is "Always and Forever". In a word: gorgeous. While I am not sure we needed another cover of "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", it is still upbeat and fun. Some editions contain a bonus track of "Take my breath Away". Listen for her amazing harmonizing with herself in verse two! All in all, this is the album Diana Ross fans have craved for so long - and she delivers in fine style. Now, why can't we get more fanfare in this country? Here's hoping that the First Lady of Motown gets the homecoming she so richly deserves.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By aussie battler on October 5, 2006
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I love this album.

It is an album to be played from beginning to end.

I love the deepness of diana's voice on some of the tracks and then the cool uplifting notes on other tracks.

The music is lush and beautiful.

In my opinion all of diana's last 4 albums were very strong and this one is perfect for its intended theme and audience.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By MongoSlade on November 9, 2006
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I expected to be disappointed, even though I'm a huge Ross fan. She's put out some quality music since her heyday, most notably on the Force Behind the Power and Take Me Higher CD's. Overall, those had some good moments, but they were uneven. They seemed to lack something, that special spark. Some of the performances were uninspired. I expected the same this time out, despite the glowing customer reviews for I Love You. I'm happy to report that I Love You deserves every 5 star rating it's gotten.

She sounds so good. Her voice is smooth, silky, light, airy, brassy, and soothing all at once. It's also grown richer and deeper. She's singing her heart out, without overdoing it like a lot of singers tend to do. Her voice soars when necessary, like on Always and Forever. I love this old skool R&B jam, and when I saw the title on the song list, I never thought she'd pull it off. Perhaps it's because she's taken such a beating from the haters for so many years since her peak, with the constant "Diana Ross is more showbiz than singer" routine, that I too began to believe it. I was a fool. She sings A&F beautifully and effortlessly, and hits all the right notes.

The whole set is stellar. This is music for grown folks. I'm glad she didn't try to appeal to the younger crowd by working with some producers of the moment, because that never works for anybody. (I'm surprised more artists don't realize that.) Diana does what she does best, allow her voice to be the star. She makes You Are So Beautiful sounds fresh, despite the umpteen incarnations we've already heard. Lovely Day, the Bill Withers classic, is sweet and uplifting, and it would fit in any Quiet Storm radio format, though I think the musical arrangement could've been a little funkier.
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Why is this Cd still selling on Amazon?
This CD is still selling on Amazon because it is truly a classic. I am listening to it as I send this email. Diana Ross is a supreme artist and her music is timeless. Anyone that has ever been in love, still in love or want to know what love feels like, should buy and listen to this CD. It... Read More
Jun 18, 2009 by Effie C. Birdsong |  See all 4 posts
Diana's BEST!!
Simply, a masterful album. What a joy to hear a fine and mellow voice sing these grand love songs, A+..... to Miss Diana Ross!!!!!
Jan 13, 2007 by salvatore |  See all 8 posts
Diana's worst ever
It may not be her worst ever but it's not far short of it. I think that Diana made a mistake here trying for a "Blue" part 2. At least she didn't release a rap/house/hip-hop type album.
Jan 17, 2007 by Dexter |  See all 7 posts
Why the old photo for the new cd?
I do, I do - especially since she looks so beautiful in her new videos made for this CD.
Oct 19, 2006 by Ristobee |  See all 6 posts
Good question! Since the $25 one has 2 discs, I would guess that's the one with the DVD, but without the 2 bonus tracks (even though they're listed)...
and, the $35 one has the extra tracks, but no DVD. Would like to know for sure, also!
Sep 16, 2006 by Deborah L. Lavaute |  See all 2 posts
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