Gaynor, Gloria: Glorious: Expanded Edition

SKU: 30737143
Gloria Gaynor: Glorious: Expanded Edition

Gaynor, Gloria: Glorious: Expanded Edition

SKU: 30737143

Format: CD

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Title: Glorious: Expanded Edition
Artist: Gaynor, Gloria
Label: BBR
UPC: 5013929063631
Genre: Soul/R & B

Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this album from the disco diva. At the beginning and then the peak of the disco era, Gloria Gaynor managed to create two signature themes whilst still maintaining a distinctive and prolific voice on surrounding albums. Disco could be frivolous but Gloria managed to appropriate this into songs that often proved wistful. 1977's Glorious was Gloria's fourth hit album and second for Polydor Records. After working on three albums with The Disco Corporation of America (Meco Monardo, Tony Bongiovi, Jay Ellis) and Tom Moulton, Gloria was teamed with producer Gregg Diamond who had recently scored a massive international hit with 'More More More' by The Andrea True Connection. The album's first single was 'Most Of All,' a luxurious mid-tempo nine minute epic that moved Gloria into brand new territory, exhibiting her previously unheard falsetto. Other highlights including the up-tempo disco cuts 'We Can Start All Over Again,' 'Why Should I Pay,' and 'Life Ain't Worth Living' which collectively made #38 on Billboard's Disco chart. Gloria also updated Herman Hupfield's immortal 'As Time Goes By'.

1.1 Why Should I Pay
1.2 As Time Goes By (Includes the Hands of Time)
1.3 Most of All
1.4 We Can Start All Over Again
1.5 Sweet Sweet Melody
1.6 Life Ain't Worth Living
1.7 This Side of the Pain
1.8 So Much Love
1.9 Most of All (Single Version)
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