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Diana Ross - In the morning (GeeJay2001 retouch)
written by R. Miller & M. Masser
from the Album TOUCH ME IN THE MORNING, 1973 - Expanded Edition, 2010
The album spawned the hit title track, which became Diana Ross' second 1 single on the US Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, and helped the album peak at 5 on the US Billboard 200 albums chart. It's the first album by Diana Ross after the multi-platinum soundtrack to Miss Ross' acclaimed film debut in Lady Sings the Blues. It also includes the first tracks Diana Ross would personally produce on one of her albums, "Imagine" and "Medley: Brown Baby/Save the Children". Several cuts here, including the closing Medley and "My Baby (My Baby, My Own)" were originally intended for the abandoned To the Baby album Diana Ross also worked on in this period.
Touch Me in the Morning: Expanded Edition, released in January 2010, includes a newly remastered version of the original album plus previously unreleased mixes, and a pair of alternate versions of "Touch Me in the Morning". Disc two of the expanded edition contains the entire To the Baby album, which includes previously unreleased covers of Michael Jackson's "Got to Be There" and Roberta Flack's "First Time Ever I Saw Your Face", as well as the original title tune, written by Diana's brother Arthur "T-Boy" Ross. The original medley, "Imagine/Save the Children", two songs that were split for the original album, plus alternate original mixes of songs intended for "To the Baby" that ended up on "Touch Me in the Morning", and an alternate mix of "Young Mothers", which previously had been issued in 1983. Two songs recorded during the same timeline: "Kewpie Doll", written and co-produced by Smokey Robinson, and "When We Grow Up", from Marlo Thomas' 1972 album Free to Be...You and Me.
Mixed by GeeJay2001 (Gerd Engeln)