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Swept Away (2 CD Deluxe Edition)
Nº of Discs:
|1. (CD 1) Missing You|
|2. (CD 1) Touch By Touch|
|3. (CD 1) Rescue Me|
|4. (CD 1) It's Your Move|
|5. (CD 1) Swept Away|
|6. (CD 1) Telephone|
|7. (CD 1) Nobody Makes Me Crazy (Like You Do)|
|8. (CD 1) All Of You|
|9. (CD 1) We Are The Children Of The World|
|10. (CD 1) Forever Young|
|11. (CD 2) Swept Away (12 Inch Long Version)|
|12. (CD 2) Swept Away (12 Inch Instrumental)|
|13. (CD 2) Swept Away (7 Inch Single Mix)|
|14. (CD 2) Touch By Touch (12 Inch Single Mix)|
|15. (CD 2) Touch By Touch (12 Inch Instrumental)|
|16. (CD 2) Touch By Touch (Alternate Single Mix)|
|17. (CD 2) Telephone (Edited Version)|
|18. (CD 2) Missing You (7 Inch Single Mix)|
|19. (CD 2) Fight For It (7 Inch Single Version)|
Diana Ross – Swept Away will be a 2 CD Deluxe Edition
The Bonus CD will include 9 Bonus Tracks.
This album yields several hit singles, "Missing You", the Daryl Hall & Arthur Baker Produced "Swept Away", and the Julio Iglesias duet, "All of You"
"Missing You" was produced by Lionel Richie and was a tribute to late soul singer Marvin Gaye, Ross and Richie's former Motown Records label-mate.
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.
Swept Away is the 1984 album by the legendary Diana Ross on the RCA label.
The album was certified Gold and peaked at #26 on Billboard Pop Albums Chart, making this her last album to reach the Top 40, which also made the top ten in The Netherlands, Sweden and Norway.
Swept Away certainly did what it needed to do, which was to give Diana Ross some new hits and keep her on the charts. Beyond that, it gave her a classic, “Missing You,” on which she offered one of the great performances of her career.
The album itself holds up pretty well and Swept Away is certainly one of Diana’s best at RCA, which features some sparkling highlights and anthems than its predecessor, Ross.
Part Review by Paul Milliken (The Diana Ross Project)