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  1. Jun 22,  · One thought on “ Get your groove on with the new Supertonic album by Diana Ross ” Matell July 21, at am. An excellent CD, an album of brilliant mixes of Ms. Ross, “Supertonic: Mixes” is stunning performances, Eric Kupper put her voice upfront in the combinations, updated the music around classic hits and not overstepping, not giving too much in the way of trendy, overused.
  2. Jun 18,  · You’re a Special Part of Me () In between Marvin Gaye’s celebrated stint with Tammi Terrell and Diana Ross’s chart-topping duet with .
  3. May 17,  · Supertonic is a special kind of Diana Ross magic. Absolutely authentic, it’s her voice, her electrifying sound. This music has no boundaries, blending the past and the now in this new collection. On May 29, the digital release of Supertonic, featuring new remixes of nine classics, will be released by Motown/UMe. Supertonic also will be available June 26 on CD and crystal-clear vinyl.
  4. In addition to providing the edits of those remixes -- "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," "I'm Coming Out/Upside Down," "The Boss," and "Love Hangover" -- there are new versions of five other Ross classics, ranging chronologically from "Remember Me" () to "It's My House" (). Each remix, dutiful and concise, is tasteful house that detracts.
  5. Editors’ Notes Diana Ross had just left her post as lead singer of The Supremes (the final Supremes single with Ross was the stunning “Someday We’ll Be Together”) and signed a solo deal with Motown Records when she released this debut. If Motown had ever been nervous about one of its stars not reaching predicted heights, this was it. But said fears were unfounded: the songwriting.
  6. Diana Ross is a album by Diana Ross for the Motown label, her second self-titled record after Diana Ross (). It reached #5 in the USA (4 R&B) and sold over , copies. The album was Ross' biggest-selling album since 's Touch Me in the Morning, reaching #5 on the US Billboard album chart, #4 on the US Billboard R&B Album Chart and the Top 5 in the UK, where it was Genre: Soul, disco.
  7. 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Diana Ross 4. 54, Volume 1 5. Ain't No Mountain High Enough / Can't It Wait Until Tomorrow 6. Diana 7. Diana Ross 8. Diana Ross - Why Do Fools Fall In Love 9. Diana Ross & The Supremes Join The Temptations
  8. If there's a cure for this I don't want it I don't want it If there's a remedy I'll run from it From it Think about it all the time Never let it out of my mind 'Cause I love you I've got the sweetest hangover I don't wanna get over Sweetest hangover Yeah, I don't wanna get over I don't wanna get I don't wanna get over Ooh, I don't need no cure I don't need no cure I don't need no cure Sweet.

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