Everything Is Everything is Diana Ross' sophomore solo album. The album was released on November 3, 1970 by Motown Records.

The song "I'm Still Waiting" was a UK #1 single in 1971 for four weeks and her rendition of Aretha Franklin's song "Call Me (I Love You)" was nominated for a Grammy in 1971 in the Best Female R&B Vocal Performance category.

Album BackgroundEdit

Diana would record the song "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?" before Barbra Streisand did for her "The Way We Were" album released in 1974. she apparently had also predated Streisand on two Laura Nyro songs like "Stoney End."

Deke Richards was commissioned to produce "Everything is Everything" as slightly more pop than her soulful debut with Ashford & Simpson.


Side A

  1. My Place (2:46)
  2. Ain't No Sad Song (2:42)
  3. Everything is Everything (2:27)
  4. Baby It's Love (3:09)
  5. I'm Still Waiting (3:44)
  6. Doobedood'ndoobe, Doobedood'ndoobe, Doobedood'ndoo (4:52)

Side B

  1. Come Together (6:40)
  2. The Long and Winding Road (3:26)
  3. I Love You (Call Me) (3:23)
  4. How About You? (2:47)
  5. (They Long to Be) Close to You (4:07)

2008 Expanded Edition Bonus Tracks

  1. I Wish I Knew (3:30)
  2. What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? (3:25)
  3. Something (3:11)
  4. Ain't No Sad Song (3:16)
  5. Baby It's Love (Alternate Version) (3:42)
  6. Come Together (1982 "Revelations" Remix Version) (4:04)
  7. I'm Still Waiting (1990 Phill Chill Remix Version) (4:08)

Chart PerformanceEdit

The album peaked at #42 on the Billboard 200, #5 on Billboard's Black Albums Chart and #31 on the UK Albums Chart.