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    Diana Ross & The Supremes - 25th Anniversary (1986) (2 CDs)
    2CD | Release Date: Mar 1986 | Label: Motown | FLAC(Tracks - No Cue - No Log) | 802 MB
    Genre: Soul, R&B, Blues, Funk

    First biography paragraph from All Music (by William Ruhlmann):

    As a solo artist, Diana Ross is one of the most successful female singers of the rock era. If you factor in her work as the lead singer of the Supremes in the 1960s, she may be the most successful. With her friends Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard, and Barbara Martin, Ross formed the Primettes vocal quartet in 1959. In 1960, they were signed to local Motown Records, changing their name to the Supremes in 1961. Martin then left, and the group continued as a trio. Over the next eight years, the Supremes (renamed "Diana Ross and the Supremes" in 1967, when Cindy Birdsong replaced Ballard) scored 12 number one pop hits. After the last one, "Someday We'll Be Together" (October 1969), Ross launched a solo career.

    Read all of the bio at: Diana Ross | AllMusic

    All Music Album Review (by William Ruhlmann):

    The Supremes were signed to Motown in January 1961, and the 25th anniversary of that event provided the hook for yet another compilation. This one is a triple-LP/ double-CD set, one half of which, or 20 tracks, is given over to the group's biggest hits of the Diana Ross era, from "When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes" (1963) to "Someday We'll Be Together" (1969). The other half of the album consists of previously unreleased material from the same period. Motown used to cut tons of songs on its major groups compared to what was released, and here we have outtakes from the Rodgers & Hart album (initially planned as a double-LP), from the never-released Disney Classics album, and from other sessions (some of the tracks later reworked into released songs), plus movie and promotional appearances, including an interview and commercials. All of that makes this a good album for collectors to seek out, though there's nothing revelatory. (Originally released in March 1986 as a triple-LP by Motown as Motown 5381, 25th Anniversary was reissued in on October 14, 1986, as a double-CD by Motown as Motown 6193.)

    Taken from: 25th Anniversary - Diana Ross & the Supremes | AllMusic

    Track List:

    Disc 1:

    01. Where Did Our Love Go
    02. Baby Love
    03. Come See About Me
    04. Stop! In The Name Of Love
    05. Back In My Arms Again
    06. I Hear A Symphony
    07. You Can't Hurry Love
    08. You Keep Me Hangin' On
    09. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone
    10. The Happening
    11. Love Child
    12. Someday We'll Be Together
    13. I'm Gonna Make You Love Me
    14. When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes
    15. Nothing But Heartaches
    16. My World Is Empty Without You
    17. Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart
    18. Reflections
    19. In And Out Of Love
    20. I'm Livin' In Shame
    21. Forever Came Today
    22. Some Things You Never Get Used To
    23. The Composer
    24. No Matter What Sign You Are

    Disc 2:

    01. The Blue Room
    02. Manhattan
    03. If I Ruled The World
    04. Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)
    05. Someday My Prince Will Come
    06. Sleepwalk
    07. When You Wish Upon A Star
    08. Are You Sure Love Is The Name Of This Game
    09. Treat Me Nice John Henry
    10. Come On And See Me
    11. Penny Pincher
    12. It's All Your Fault
    13. Ooowee Baby
    14. Send Me No Flowers
    15. Come On Boy
    16. Heigh-Ho
    17. Those D. J. Shows
    18. Sincerely
    19. Surfer Boy
    20. Beach Ball
    21. Heaven Must Have Sent You
    22. Just A Little Misunderstanding
    23. Coca-Cola Commercial #1
    24. Coca-Cola Commercial #2
    25. Interview
    26. We Couldn't Get Along Without You




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