|I'm the One|
|Studio album by|
|Released||May 1, 1982|
|Producer||William Eaton, Roberta Flack, Ralph MacDonald, William Salter|
except "Making Love":
Burt Bacharach, Carole Bayer Sager
|Roberta Flack chronology|
|Singles from I'm the One|
The Burt Bacharach/Carole Bayer Sager-produced "Making Love", which appeared in the film of the same name and in the spring of 1982 had afforded Flack her final solo Top 40 hit (#13 on the Billboard Hot 100), was included on the I'm the One album along with eight new tracks co-produced by William Eaton, Ralph MacDonald, William Salter and Flack herself.
The track "I'm the One" given parallel single release with the album peaked at #42 on the Hot 100 where it marked Flack's final solo appearance although she'd return to the Hot 100 in 1983 with the duets "Tonight, I Celebrate My Love" (#16) and "You're Looking Like Love to Me" (#58) (both with Peabo Bryson) and again in 1991 with "Set the Night to Music" (with Maxi Priest/ #6).
A third single from the I'm the One album: "In the Name of Love", reached #24 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.