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Friday, 12 August 2011

Diana Ross - I'm Coming Out

'I'm Coming Out' is a hit single released by Motown singer Diana Ross in 1980, written and produced by Chic members Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers for her album 'Diana'.

In 1979, Ross commissioned Chic founders Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards to create material for a new album, following the success of her final Ashford & Simpson-composed and produced LP, 'The Boss' after taking her daughters to see the band in concert.

Rodgers got the idea for 'I'm Coming Out' after noticing three different drag queens dressed as Diana Ross at a New York club called the GG Barnum Room. The lyrics hold an additional meaning to Ross, as she was leaving Motown Records and "coming out" from under the thumb of Berry Gordy.

Click the link below to download the following:
Single Version
Never Say I don't Love You - B-Side


1 comment:

  1. smiling..... I was an innocent young girl from the suburbs of manhattan who went to her first NYC club and it was GGs.
    I didn't even know what a drag queen was...
    It was a great time always. I felt decadent and avante garde and would follow up at 54 or the rooftop or the red parrot later on.......it was a GREAT TIME!!!! My daughters don't even know what they have missed in terms of living the party...