Diana Ross – Baby It’s Me (1977)

Baby It’s Me is the seventh solo album by American soul/pop vocalist Diana Ross, produced by Richard Perry and released in 1977 on Motown.

Tracklist:
A1. “Gettin’ Ready for Love” (2:45)
A2. “You Got It” (3:55)
A3. “Baby It’s Me” (3:09)
A4. “Too Shy to Say” (3:15)
A5. “Your Love Is So Good for Me” (4:14)
B1. “Top of the World” (3:06)
B2. “All Night Lover” (3:33)
B3. “Confide in Me” (3:32)
B4. “The Same Love That Made Me Laugh” (3:56)
B5. “Come in From the Rain” (3:58)

Credits:
Diana Ross – lead vocals (all tracks)
James Newton Howard – keyboards, synthesizers (4)
Tom Scott –saxophone solo (1)
Bud Shank – flute (7)
David Foster – horns arrangements, conductor (3)
Clydie King – background vocals (6)
Tom Snow – acoustic piano (1,6, , fender rhodes (7,8,10)
Bobbye Hall – congas (7)
Jack Ashford – percussion (1,6), tambourine (7)
Ben Benay – guitar (9)
Pattie Brooks – background vocals (2,7)
Ollie E. Brown – drums (9)
Lenny Castro – percussion (2,3,9)
Don Dunn – guitar (3)
Scott Edwards – bass (6)
Chuck Findley – horn (5)
Bryan Garofalo – bass (8,10)
Ed Greene – drums (7)
Jim Horn – horn (5)
David Hungate – bass (1-3,6,7)
Bobby Kimball – background vocals (5)
Becky Lewis – background vocals (2,7)
Steve Lukather – guitar (1,6)
Ira Newborn – guitar (7,8,10), horns arrangements, conductor (8)
Michael Omartian – fender rhodes (2,3)
David Paich – fender rhodes (7,9), acoustic piano (7), organ (5), vocals (5)
Jeff Porcaro – drums (1-3,5,6), syndrums (all tracks)
Ray Parker, Jr. – bass (5), guitar (2,3,5,9)
Ken Peterson – fender rhodes, synthesizers, clavinet (5)
Petsye Powell – background vocals (2,7)
Lee Ritenour – guitar (2,3,8,10)
Stanley Schwartz – acoustic piano (8,10)
Rick Shlosser – drums (8,10)
Richie Zito – Guitar (7)
Sherlie Matthews – background vocals (6)
Gene Page – string arrangements, conductor (1,2,6,9)
Del Newman – string arrangements, conductor (4,6,10)
Richard Hewson – string arrangement, conductor
Producer – Richard Perry

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