Diana Ross

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  1. Diana Ross

    Diana Ross


    Diana Ernestine Earle Ross (born March 26, 1944) is an American singer, actress, record producer and an occasional songwriter. Born and raised in Detroit, she rose to fame as a founding member and lead singer of the vocal group The Supremes, which, during the 1960s, became Motown's most successful act and is to this day America's most successful vocal group as well as one of the world's best-selling girl groups of all time. As part of the Supremes, Ross most notably rivaled the career of The Beatles in worldwide popularity, and her success made it possible for future African American R&B and soul acts to find mainstream success. The group set a record scoring twelve number-one hit singles on the Billboard Hot 100 including the hits "Where Did Our Love Go", "Baby Love", "Come See About Me", "Stop! In the Name of Love", "You Can't Hurry Love", "You Keep Me Hangin' On", "Love Child" and "Someday We'll Be Together".

  2. The Wiz

    The Wiz (1978)


    The Wiz is a 1978 American musical adventure film produced in collaboration between Columbia Pictures and Motown Productions, and released by Columbia Pictures on October 24, 1978. An urban reimagining of L. Frank Baum's classic 1900 children's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz featuring an entirely African-American cast, The Wiz was loosely adapted from the 1974 Broadway musical of the same name. The film follows the adventures of Dorothy, a shy twenty-four-year-old Harlem, New York City, schoolteacher who finds herself magically transported to the Land of Oz, which resembles an alternative fantasy version of the Big Apple. Befriended by a Scarecrow, a Tin Man, and a Cowardly Lion, she travels through the city to seek an audience with the mysterious Wiz, who they say is the only one powerful enough to send her home.

  3. Ain't No Mountain High Enough

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough (1967)


    "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" is an R&B/soul song written by Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson in 1966 for the Tamla Motown label. The composition was first successful as a 1967 hit single recorded by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, becoming a hit again in 1970 when recorded by former Supremes frontwoman Diana Ross. The song became Ross' first solo number-one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and was nominated for a Grammy Award.

  4. Missing You

    Missing You (1984)


    "Missing You" is a classic 1984-85 hit song performed by Diana Ross. The third 45 release from her album Swept Away, the song was written, composed, and produced by Lionel Richie as a tribute to Marvin Gaye, who had died earlier that year.

  5. Touch Me in The Morning

    Touch Me in The Morning (1973)


    "Touch Me in the Morning" is a popular song recorded by Diana Ross on the Motown label. In 1973 it became her second solo No. 1 single (and 14th over her career) on the Billboard Hot 100 .

  6. Remember Me

    Remember Me (1970)


    "Remember Me" is a 1970 single recorded and released by singer Diana Ross on the Motown label and was included on her 1971 album Surrender. The song was Ross' third top forty pop hit within a year peaking at number sixteen on the US pop singles chart, number ten on the US soul chart, and reaching the top ten in the UK, where it peaked at number seven. It was the lead single from Ross' 1971 album, Surrender. British female singer Kim Wilde made a disco version of the song for her 2011 album "Snapshots".

  7. I'm Coming out

    I'm Coming out (1980)


    "I'm Coming Out" is a song made popular by American singer Diana Ross. It was written and produced by Chic members Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers, and released in August 22, 1980, as the second single from Ross' self-titled tenth studio album Diana (1980).

  8. Chain Reaction

    Chain Reaction (1985)


    "Chain Reaction" is a melodic R&B song, sung by Diana Ross, and written by the Bee Gees, who also provided the backing vocals for the single. The track was released on the album Eaten Alive in 1985 and as a single twice - in 1985 and again in 1986.

  9. When You Tell Me That You Love Me

    When You Tell Me That You Love Me (1991)


    "When You Tell Me That You Love Me" is a 1991 song released as a single by American soul singer Diana Ross. The song was subsequently covered by various artists.

  10. Upside Down

    Upside Down (1980)


    "Upside Down" is a song by American singer Diana Ross. It was written and produced by Chic members Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards. It was released on June 25, 1980, as the lead single from her self-titled tenth studio album diana (1980), and hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on September 6, 1980. It also hit number one on the Billboard Disco and Soul charts. The single was released a full four weeks after the album was released. It held down the number one spot for four weeks, until it was ousted on October 4 by Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust."

  11. It's My Turn

    It's My Turn (1980)


    "It's My Turn" is a 1980 song used as the theme to the film of the same name. The song, written by Carole Bayer Sager (lyrics) and Michael Masser (music) for Diana Ross, was released as a single and became a top ten hit on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number nine, and at number 14 on the soul chart. "It's My Turn", likewise, peaked at number nine on the Adult Contemporary chart. The song was used the theme song of Philippine drama anthology Coney Reyes on Camera in 1984.

  12. Love Hangover

    Love Hangover (1976)


    "Love Hangover" was the fourth number one single for Motown singer Diana Ross. Ross recorded "Love Hangover" in 1975. It was released in March 1976, and rose to number one on the Billboard Hot 100, Hot Soul Singles and Hot Dance Club Play charts simultaneously.

  13. Mahogany

    Mahogany (1975)


    Mahogany is a 1975 American romantic drama film directed by Berry Gordy and produced by Motown Productions. The Motown founder Gordy took over the film direction after British filmmaker Tony Richardson was dismissed from the film. Mahogany stars Diana Ross as Tracy Chambers, a poor African-American woman who rises to become a popular fashion designer in Rome. Fresh from the success of Lady Sings the Blues, this film served as Ross' follow-up feature film. It was released on October 8, 1975, and performed well at the box office.

  14. I'm Still Waiting

    I'm Still Waiting (1970)


    "I'm Still Waiting" is a popular song by Diana Ross which first appeared on her 1970 album Everything Is Everything.

  15. Lady Sings the Blues

    Lady Sings the Blues (1972)


    Lady Sings the Blues is a 1972 American biographical drama film directed by Sidney J. Furie about jazz singer Billie Holiday loosely based on her 1956 autobiography which, in turn, took its title from one of Holiday's most popular songs. It was produced by Motown Productions for Paramount Pictures. Diana Ross portrayed Holiday, alongside a cast including Billy Dee Williams, Richard Pryor, James T. Callahan, and Scatman Crothers.

  16. The Boss

    The Boss (1979)


    "The Boss" is a 1979 disco song written and produced by Ashford & Simpson and recorded by singer Diana Ross, who released it as a single on the Motown label. It was the first release from the album of the same title

  17. All of You

    All of You (1984)


    "All of You" is a 1984 vocal duet between Julio Iglesias and Diana Ross, produced by Richard Perry, which was released as a single from both Iglesias's album 1100 Bel Air Place, released on the Columbia Records label, and Ross's album Swept Away, released on the RCA Records label, for which Ross was then recording.

  18. You Are Everything

    You Are Everything (1971)


    "You Are Everything" is a soul song written by Thom Bell and Linda Creed that was originally recorded by the Philadelphia soul group The Stylistics.

  19. It's My House

    It's My House (1979)


    "It's My House" is a song composed and produced by Ashford & Simpson and released as a single by singer Diana Ross on the Motown label in 1979.

  20. Muscles

    Muscles (1982)


    "Muscles" is a 1982 hit single written and produced by Michael Jackson, and performed by American singer Diana Ross. It was the first single release from Diana's Gold-certified album Silk Electric.

  21. Reach Out & Touch

    Reach Out & Touch (1984)


    "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)" was the debut solo single for Motown singer Diana Ross, released in April 1970.

  22. Last Time I Saw Him

    Last Time I Saw Him (1973)


    "Last Time I Saw Him" is the title of a 1973 single release by Diana Ross, being a composition by Michael Masser and lyricist Pam Sawyer: the track was produced by Masser and released in December 1973 at the same time as Ross' Last Time I Saw Him album.

  23. You're A Special Part Of Me

    You're A Special Part Of Me (1973)


    "You're a Special Part of Me" was a successful duet single for soul singers and Motown label mates Diana Ross & Marvin Gaye, released in 1973. The original duet was one of the few originals featured on their famed album, Diana & Marvin, and was among the most successful of the songs the Motown label mates made reaching #4 on the Billboard R&B Singles chart and #12 on the Billboard Pop Singles chart.

  24. Surrender

    Surrender (1971)


    "Surrender" is a song composed by Ashford & Simpson and released as the first single from singer Diana Ross' album of the same name in 1971 on the Motown label.

  25. My Old Piano

    My Old Piano (1980)


    "My Old Piano" is a song by American singer Diana Ross. The song written and produced by Chic members Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards, was released as the third and final single from her tenth studio album, Diana (1980).

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