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 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
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
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
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 the lady that reigns supreme in my mind and is one of Motown’s greatest stars- Ms Diana Ross. 581 more words