The response to the news that Diana Ross was to play Glastonbury 2020 was unequivocal, people of all ages and from all walks of life were unanimous in their delight. That reaction highlighted that whilst she might represent different things to different people, she means much to many. Now well into her 70s it's a testament to the impact the music she first made at Motown in the 60s with The Supremes and subsequently as a solo artist again with Motown and later RCA and Capitol/EMI. It's that first period with The Supremes that this release celebrates and it's one that made them until the mid-80s, the best-selling girl group in the UK. The crown would pass first to Bananarama who took more than a little inspiration from them and later The Spice Girls, yet 60 years on from their debut single they remain one of the top 10 best-selling girl groups in the world. Originally called The Primettes, the group had all grown up in the Brewster-Douglas public Housing Projects in Detroit during the 50s. Signing to Motown in 1960 they were often the first choice for the label's song writing team of Holland-Dozier-Holland and the pairing would help them secure a staggering 12 US Billboard No.1 singles during the decade. In 1967 with Ms Ross clearly the lead vocalist, Motown's founder Berry Gordy renamed the group Diana Ross & The Supremes and the hits kept coming. Whilst she would leave in 1970 to pursue a solo career the group continued and again so did the hits. In all you'll find 17 UK top 40 singles here including 10 UK top 10's together with many more that were R&B and Billboard hits in the US, where they issued many more singles. Add to that key album tracks and you've got much more than a best of. Welcome to the world of Diana Ross & The Supremes.
The response to the news that Diana Ross was to play Glastonbury 2020 was unequivocal, people of all ages and from all walks of life were unanimous in their delight. That reaction highlighted that whilst she might represent different things to different people, she means much to many. Now well into her 70s it's a testament to the impact the music she first made at Motown in the 60s with The Supremes and subsequently as a solo artist again with Motown and later RCA and Capitol/EMI. It's that first period with The Supremes that this release celebrates and it's one that made them until the mid-80s, the best-selling girl group in the UK. The crown would pass first to Bananarama who took more than a little inspiration from them and later The Spice Girls, yet 60 years on from their debut single they remain one of the top 10 best-selling girl groups in the world. Originally called The Primettes, the group had all grown up in the Brewster-Douglas public Housing Projects in Detroit during the 50s. Signing to Motown in 1960 they were often the first choice for the label's song writing team of Holland-Dozier-Holland and the pairing would help them secure a staggering 12 US Billboard No.1 singles during the decade. In 1967 with Ms Ross clearly the lead vocalist, Motown's founder Berry Gordy renamed the group Diana Ross & The Supremes and the hits kept coming. Whilst she would leave in 1970 to pursue a solo career the group continued and again so did the hits. In all you'll find 17 UK top 40 singles here including 10 UK top 10's together with many more that were R&B and Billboard hits in the US, where they issued many more singles. Add to that key album tracks and you've got much more than a best of. Welcome to the world of Diana Ross & The Supremes.
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Essential Diana Ross & The Suremes (Uk)
Artist: Diana Ross
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1. Baby Love
2. Where Did Our Love Go?
3. You Can't Hurry Love
4. Come See About Me
5. Back in My Arms Again
6. Nothing But Heartaches
7. Your Heart Belongs to Me
8. Let Me Go the Right Way
9. A Breathtaking Guy
10. Buttered Popcorn
11. When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes
12. You Can't Do That
13. Baby Doll
14. Chain Gang
15. Beach Ball
16. The Boy from Ipanema
17. Unchained Melody
18. These Boots Are Made for Walkin'
19. Baby, I Need Your Loving
20. Heatwave
21. You Keep Me Hangin' on
22. Love Is Like An Itching in My Heart
23. Reflections
24. The Happening
25. I'm Livin' in Shame
26. Love Child
27. Someday, We'll Be Together
28. Stormy
29. Forever Came Today
30. Heaven Must Have Sent You
31. Don't Let It Rain on My Parade
32. Going Down for the Third Time
33. Does Your Mama Know About Me
34. Honey Bee (Keep on Stinging Me)
35. Everyday People
36. No Matter What Sign You Are
37. This Old Heart of Mine
38. Ode to Billie Joe
39. The Young Folks
40. Stoned Love
41. Nathan Jones
42. Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye
43. Up the Ladder to the Roof
44. Floy Joy
45. Bad Weather
46. Over and Over
47. Johnny Raven
48. I Got Hurt (Trying to Be the Only Girl in Your Life)
49. I Keep It Hid
50. 5:30 Plane
51. The Shoop Shoop Song
52. Where Do I Go from Here
53. Early Morning Love
54. He's My Man
55. I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do the Walking
56. High Energy
57. You're My Driving Wheel
58. Let Yourself Go
59. Love, I Never Knew You Would Feel So Good

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The response to the news that Diana Ross was to play Glastonbury 2020 was unequivocal, people of all ages and from all walks of life were unanimous in their delight. That reaction highlighted that whilst she might represent different things to different people, she means much to many. Now well into her 70s it's a testament to the impact the music she first made at Motown in the 60s with The Supremes and subsequently as a solo artist again with Motown and later RCA and Capitol/EMI. It's that first period with The Supremes that this release celebrates and it's one that made them until the mid-80s, the best-selling girl group in the UK. The crown would pass first to Bananarama who took more than a little inspiration from them and later The Spice Girls, yet 60 years on from their debut single they remain one of the top 10 best-selling girl groups in the world. Originally called The Primettes, the group had all grown up in the Brewster-Douglas public Housing Projects in Detroit during the 50s. Signing to Motown in 1960 they were often the first choice for the label's song writing team of Holland-Dozier-Holland and the pairing would help them secure a staggering 12 US Billboard No.1 singles during the decade. In 1967 with Ms Ross clearly the lead vocalist, Motown's founder Berry Gordy renamed the group Diana Ross & The Supremes and the hits kept coming. Whilst she would leave in 1970 to pursue a solo career the group continued and again so did the hits. In all you'll find 17 UK top 40 singles here including 10 UK top 10's together with many more that were R&B and Billboard hits in the US, where they issued many more singles. Add to that key album tracks and you've got much more than a best of. Welcome to the world of Diana Ross & The Supremes.