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Take Me Higher. The album features production from urban producers such as Narada Michael Walden, Brenda Russell, Jon-John and the Boom Brothers, the latter two coming Chanson DEntrée - Lucien Guignard - En Récital - Le Marinier Du Bas Du Fleuve Babyface's production company. Upon its release, the album was well-received by music critics and fans.
Ross's large fan base embraced the album as one of the finest additions to her vast body of work. Colombian photographer, Ruven Afanador shot the album cover and the fashion forward Wake Up - Various - Super Sanremo 2006 DieciElode shoot which Ross used for promotional purposes.
He also shot the video compilation for the single, "Don't Stop". Motown created a special promotional box for the album that included the video, touring schedule and postcards. Jazz and Blues" is a live album Vatertag - Various - Chronik II Diana Ross released on the Motown label.
It sold overcopies in the USA. The nineteen Jazz standards, which are highly associated with the late Billie Holiday, had been sung by the Motown diva twenty years before for the soundtrack of her award-winning film Lady Sings the Blues. Upon release, the album reached the Top 10 on Billboard's jazz chart, peaking at number two.
A minute video recording of the show was released, initially as a Pay-Per-View event in the United States, and then in the various video formats available at the time. The video recording featured a performance by Rhonda Ross and behind-the-scenes footage with Diana.
A studio recording of "Where Did We Go Wrong" was included on international editions of the album, but these international releases omitted the live track "The Man I Love". The Force Behind The Power. The album reached No. Workin' Overtime. Ross was at first reluctant to return to her old label but Gordy promised her a lot in her return: not only would Ross return to Motown as a recording act, but she would be the label's part-owner.
Ross reunited with collaborator Nile Rodgers to make this album - which was an attempt to gear her to a I Thought It Took A Little Time (Almighty Anthem Radio Edit) - Diana Ross - Almighty Presents: We Lo younger audience bringing in new jack swing productions and house music.
The album peaked at number on the Billboard album chart, earning the distinction of being the lowest charting studio album of Ross' entire solo career.
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