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Silk Electric (Expanded Edition)
Nº of Discs:
|2. So Close|
|3. Still In Love|
|4. Fool For Your Love|
|5. Turn Me Over|
|7. Love Lies|
|8. In Your Arms|
|9. Anywhere You Run To|
|10. I Am Me|
|11. Muscles (Edited Version)|
|12. Muscles (12 Inch Version)|
|13. So Close (Single Version)|
|14. I Am Me (Extended Mix)|
Shipping 11th September 2017 - Mininum Availability !!
Diana Ross – Silk Electric is Expanded Edition for the First Time Ever with 4 Bonus Tracks
Album Cover designed by Andy Warhol
The Album contained Ross' Top 10, Grammy Nominated Single, "Muscles", which was Produced & Written by Michael Jackson.
Liner Notes by Alex Henderson
Re-Mastered from the Original Master Tapes by Sean Brennan, at Battery Studio’s, New York
Track listing's are correct at time of Pre-Order release and could be subject to change.
Due to the finding's of Extra Bonus Material in the Re-Master process, please keep a look out on our website or on our Facebook page, for future info.
Silk Electric is the 1982 Album released by Diana Ross on the RCA label. The album reached #27 in the USA (#5 R&B), #33 in the UK and The Top 20 in Sweden, Norway and The Netherlands.
Another album that produced by Miss Ross and this time features her name as co-writer on four of the ten tracks and ended up going Gold, thus continuing Diana’s streak of solid-selling albums.
There’s no doubt that Silk Electric is her most experimental album ever with artistically Diana pushing boundaries all over the place. This makes listening to Silk Electric straight-through can be a bizarre and jarring experience, but the far greater issue than the material is the overall sound quality of the album.
So while Silk Electric is a challenging and very pleasant listen, which offers a little glimpse into the creative mind of Miss Diana Ross, and shows some new sides of her…..
Part Review by Paul Milliken (The Diana Ross Project)