|Ready to Roll|
|Studio album by|
|Chi Coltrane chronology|
|Singles from Ready to Roll|
Ready to Roll is the fifth studio album by American singer Chi Coltrane, released in 1983 by German label Teldec. "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" was the sole single to be released from the album.
In a retrospective review for AllMusic, critic Charles Donovan described the album as a "mixed bag", concluding that "Her vocal performance is as committed and passionate as ever, and the piano playing that isn't buried in a soup of synthesizers certainly shines, but the songs fall short of expectations."
All tracks are written by Chi Coltrane.
|1.||"The Last Train"||4:03|
|2.||"Goin' Out Tonight"||4:20|
|3.||"Don't Hang Up"||3:49|
|4.||"Clouds, Dreams and Love"||4:54|
|5.||"On My Own"||3:19|
|7.||"I'm Gonna Make You Love Me"||4:05|
|8.||"Here Comes the Rain"||2:55|
|9.||"I Come Back to You"||3:22|
Credits are adapted from the Ready to Roll liner notes.
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