Vintage Diana Ross Album Making CD Debut

Diana Ross' 1970 album "Everything Is Everything" will be released on CD for the first time on June 17 via Hip-O-Select/Motown.

Diana Ross' 1970 album "Everything Is Everything" will be released on CD for the first time on June 17 via Hip-O-Select/Motown.

The set first appeared while Ross' self-titled solo debut was still charting but failed to spawn a single along the lines of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," a No. 1 pop hit.

However, "I'm Still Waiting" reached No. 1 on the U.K. singles chart, and Ross' cover of Aretha Franklin's "I Love You (Call Me)" was nominated for a Grammy for best female R&B vocal performance.

Beyond the album's original 11 tracks, the new edition of "Everything Is Everything" includes previously unreleased covers of the Beatles' "Something" and "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?" from the film "The Happy Ending," plus alternate versions of "Ain't No Sad Song" and "Baby It's Love."

Remixes of "Come Together" and "I'm Still Waiting" round out the package.

Ross will be on tour in North America throughout the summer, and next plays Calgary, Alberta, tomorrow (May 21).