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"My Favorite Things, Enemies All Around" by DIANA ROSS & THE SUPREMES Vs. GHOSTFACE KILLAH & ADRIAN YOUNGE

It does not get any more authentic than this without reviving corpses from the dead. A show tune classic interpreted by Diana Ross imposed over the haunting riff created by the lovable Ghostface Killah and his pal, Adrian Younge. 15 more words

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Diana Ross - "Love Hangover" (1976)

Diana Ross is the Queen of Motown and The Boss, two nicknames that aren’t neither here nor there. She was a pioneer not only for women in music but for black women especially at the same time managing to capture the white audience at a time when race relationship weren’t exactly great – to say the least. 453 more words

Underrated Songs

"Ain't No Mountain High Enough In Crosstown Traffic" by DIANA ROSS Vs. JIMI HENDRIX

Truth is rarely found in the art form known as song. Sometimes it just takes a mash up to discover and unlock the inner beauty of a lie. 8 more words

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Your Moment of Zen

That time Diana Ross stopped traffic to be a diva.

Randomness

Malai Kulfi, bad housemates and an Indian restaurant

1. India club restaurant. I had never heard of it before. We went today for the first time. Sitting on the second floor above a run down hotel on the Strand, it’s a very unadorned restaurant attached to a lovely club. 320 more words

A new book, a proper hug and learning not to care

1. New book. This is a book I’ve been wanting to read for a long time. It’s Blue by John Sutherland, a Police Constable in the Metropolitan Police. 341 more words

D is for Donna and Diana #atozchallenge

D offers a dilemma of which deliciously fabulous diva to choose as my number one.

I could start from the wonderful Donna Summer who wasn’t a diva in the real sense of the word, but had a huge impact on disco music in the seventies and eighties or I could go for the┬áthe lady that reigns supreme in my mind and is one of Motown’s greatest stars- Ms Diana Ross. 581 more words

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