Roberta Flack

Roberta Flack - Roberta Flack featuring Donny Hathaway (1980) [1996, Reissue] *Re-Up* *New Rip*

Roberta Flack - Roberta Flack featuring Donny Hathaway (1980) [1996, Reissue]
R&B, Soul, Pop/Rock, Urban | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 36:51 Min | 300,39 Mb
Label: Atlantic Recording Corporation (USA) | Cat.# 81469-2 | Released: 1996-04-06 (1980)

"Roberta Flack Featuring Donny Hathaway" is Roberta Flack's ninth album, released in 1980. It was intended as her second duets album with Donny Hathaway (following 1972's Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway), but Hathaway only recorded two songs with her ("You Are My Heaven" and "Back Together Again") before his suicide. Flack finished the rest of the record on her own.
Roberta Flack - Blue Lights In The Basement (1977) [1995, Digitally Remastered]

Roberta Flack - Blue Lights In The Basement (1977) [1995, Digitally Remastered]
R&B, Pop/Rock, Soul, Urban | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 41:20 Min. | 380,28 Mb
Label: Atlantic/WEA International Inc. (Germany) | Cat.# 7567-82791-2 | Released: 1995-09-19 (1977-12-13)

"Blue Lights in the Basement" is the sixth studio album by American singer Roberta Flack released by Atlantic on December 13, 1977. The album was a commercial success, peaking at number eight on the US Billboard 200, becoming her third consecutive top-ten album on the chart and reaching number five on the R&B albums chart. On February 27, 1978, the album received a Gold certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipments over 500,000 copies. The album features the single "The Closer I Get to You", a duet with best friend and fellow soul musician Donny Hathaway, which became the biggest hit from the album, peaking at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100, and reaching #1 on the Hot Soul Singles chart. The collaboration with Hathaway would be one of his final singles released in his lifetime before his death in 1979.

Roberta Flack - Killing Me Softly (1973) [1995, Remastered Reissue]  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at Feb. 27, 2019
Roberta Flack - Killing Me Softly (1973) [1995, Remastered Reissue]

Roberta Flack - Killing Me Softly (1973) [1995, Remastered Reissue]
R&B, Pop/Rock, Soul | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (JPEG) | 41:03 Min. | 292,62 Mb
Label: Atlantic/WEA International Inc. (Germany) | Cat.# 7567-82793-2 | Released: 1995-09-19 (1973-08-01)

"Killing Me Softly" is a studio album by American singer-songwriter Roberta Flack, released on August 1, 1973, by Atlantic Records. She recorded the album with producer Joel Dorn for 18 months. "Killing Me Softly" reached #3 on the Billboard Top LPs & Tape and #2 on the Soul LPs chart. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) certified the album Gold on August 27, 1973, and double Platinum on January 30, 2006, denoting shipments of two million copies in the United States. It was nominated for a Grammy Award for Album of the Year, which it lost to Stevie Wonder's 1973 album "Innervisions". The album's title track was released as a single and topped the Billboard Hot 100. It won the 1974 Grammy Award for Record of the Year.

Roberta Flack - First Take (1969) [1989, Japan]  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at March 22, 2018
Roberta Flack - First Take (1969) [1989, Japan]

Roberta Flack - First Take (1969) [1989, Japan]
R&B, Soul/Funk, Pop/Rock | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 46:06 Min. | 543,56 Mb
Label: Warner-Pioneer Corporation (Japan) | Cat.# 18P2-3079 | Released: 1989-11-10 (1969-06-20)

"First Take" is the debut album by the jazz/soul/R&B singer Roberta Flack. It was released in 1969 on Atlantic Records. After a track from this album, "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" was included by Clint Eastwood in his 1971 film "Play Misty for Me" with the song becoming a #1 hit in the United States, this album became #1 on the U.S. album chart.
Roberta Flack - Feel Like Makin' Love (1975) [1991, Reissue] *Re-Up* *New Rip*

Roberta Flack - Feel Like Makin' Love (1975) [1991, Reissue]
R&B, Soul, Smooth Soul, Pop/Rock | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 46:47 Min | 413,46 Mb
Label: Atlantic Recording Corporation (USA) | Cat.# 80333-2 | Released: 1991 (1975-03-01)

Released in 1975, "Feel Like Makin' Love" is Roberta Flack's fifth solo album and sixth overall, when counting her duet album with Donny Hathaway, Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway from 1972.

Roberta Flack - Chapter Two (1970) [1989, Japan]  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at July 7, 2018
Roberta Flack - Chapter Two (1970) [1989, Japan]

Roberta Flack - Chapter Two (1970) [1989, Japan]
R&B, Soul, Smooth Soul, Pop/Rock | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 46:47 Min | 367,73 Mb
Label: Atlantic/Warner-Pioneer Corporation (Japan) | Cat.# 18P2-3080 | Released: 1989-11-10 (1970-08-12)

"Chapter Two" is the second album by the Jazz singer Roberta Flack. It was released in 1970 on Atlantic Records.

Roberta Flack - Stop The World (1992) [Japan]  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at Nov. 17, 2018
Roberta Flack - Stop The World (1992) [Japan]

Roberta Flack - Stop The World (1992) [Japan]
R&B, Soul, Pop/Rock, Ballad | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Partial Scans (JPEG) | 42:05 Min | 294,09 Mb
Label: Eastworld/Toshiba-EMI Ltd. (Japan) | Cat.# TOCT-6630 | Released: 1992-08-26

Released in 1992 on the Eastworld label, "Stop the World" is a Japan-only release that is now out of print. It was produced by Joe Okuda and Randy Petersen and features covers of Japanese singer's Yazawa Eikichi songs which were sung by Roberta in English.

Roberta Flack - Chapter Two (1970)  Music

Posted by Designol at Aug. 16, 2016
Roberta Flack - Chapter Two (1970)

Roberta Flack - Chapter Two (1970)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 216 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 94 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Soul, R&B, Vocal Jazz | Label: Atlantic | # 1569-2 | Time: 00:38:23

A great album and the release that made Roberta Flack a major soul and R&B artist in the early '70s. She had a soft, compelling, alluring voice, and was able to convincingly switch gears and also convey anger, regret, hurt, or despair. Those who thought Flack was a one-hit wonder, or didn't think she could make the transition from doing mostly jazz to other styles, were convinced otherwise.

Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack ‎- Born To Love (1983) [2013]  Music

Posted by JET 1 at Feb. 28, 2016
Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack ‎- Born To Love (1983) [2013]

Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack ‎- Born To Love (1983) [2013]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 521 MB | Covers Included
Soul | Label: Soul Music.com | Catalog Number: SMCR5098

When Peabo Bryson and Roberta Flack teamed up in 1983 to record the Capitol album BORN TO LOVE, the pair had already experienced success as a duo thanks to the 1980 LP, Live & More (a Top 10 R&B best-selling album). By the time they headed into the studio to cut BORN TO LOVE, Bryson was six years into his recording career and had established himself as one of the premier black male vocalists of the day; Flack was already considered an internationally-renowned artist thanks to classic recordings such as ‘The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face’ and ‘Killing Me Softly With His Song.’

Roberta Flack - Roberta (1995)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at May 7, 2016
Roberta Flack - Roberta (1995)

Roberta Flack - Roberta (1995)
Vocal Jazz, Soul, Smooth Soul | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 72 min | 167 MB
Label: Atlantic | Rel: 1995

Aptly entitled "Roberta", this criminally ignored album from 1994 marked the return of a prodigal daughter and a new beginning for Robert Flack whose illustrious career as a serious jazz/soul artiste suddenly ended when she chose to walk down Adult Contemporary Lane. As if to atone for her walkabout, this album returns with a vengeance to the "singer in a jazz combo" format which launched her career in 1969 with the classic "First Take". Roberta's convincing return to form on this remarkable set may thus be seen as something of a renaissance in that up until then, she hadn't recorded anything remotely worthy of her own talent for nearly twenty years. Neither had she let on that she would once again allow her stately and majestic voice (described by admirers as "quiet fire" and "the sound of velvet melting") to take centrestage and become the focal point of her performances.