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Why Do Fools Fall In Love (Expanded Edition)
Nº of Discs:
1. Why Do Fools Fall In Love
2. Sweet Surrender
3. Mirror, Mirror
4. Endless Love
5. It's Never Too Late
6. Think I'm In Love
7. Sweet Nothings
8. Two Can Make It
9. Work That Body
10. Mirror, Mirror (7 Inch Mix)
11. Mirror, Mirror (7 Inch Alternate Version)
12. Work That Body (7 Inch Mix)
13. Work That Body (12 Inch Mix)
14. Work That Body (Extended Mix)
15. Endless Love (Edited Version)
Shipping 11th September 2017 - Mininum Availability !!
Diana Ross – Why Do Fools Fall In Love is Expanded Edition for the First Time Ever
Includes Six Bonus Tracks
Re-Mastered from the ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES by Sean Brennan, at Battery Studio’s.
Liner Notes by Alex Henderson
Why Do Fools Fall In Love is the First Album Recorded after leaving the Motown Label.
Why Do Fools Fall in Love is the 1981 album by Diana Ross on the RCA label.
The album reached #15 in the USA (#4 R&B), #17 in the UK and the Top Ten in Sweden, Norway and The Netherlands.
The irony of a 37-year-old woman having a huge hit covering an anthem for a bunch of teenagers aside, Diana Ross enjoyed tremendous success with this early '80s album.
It was her second platinum album of the 1980s and eventually did better than any other full album she issued in the decade, except for Diana.
The album includes the Top 10 hits "Why Do Fools Fall In Love" and "Mirror Mirror".
Also included on the album was the track "Work That Body", which was co-written by Ross with Paul Jabara and Ray Chew.
The track was a Top 10 hit in the U.K. and Top 15 in The Netherlands.
A solo version of "Endless Love" is also included on the album; a re-recording of her number one duet with Lionel Richie and "It's Never Too Late" was also released as a single in some international territories.
Why Do Fools Fall In Love was a slick and unpretentious album, which became the start of a great springboard for Ross’ in her RCA years.