Friday, August 18, 2017

Diana Ross – Upside Down (Motown)

Born and raised in Detroit, Diana Ross got to recognition as a founding member and the lead singer of The Supremes, who happened to be Motown’s most successful act during the 60’s. She would go for a solo career in 1970, dropping classics such as ‘Touch Me In The Morning’, ‘Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where You’re Going To)’, taken from the OST of the likes, ‘Love Hangover’, and ‘Now One Gets The Prize’ in addition to the ‘The Boss’, from her 1979 released album of the likes.
The following year would see the release of the ‘Diana’ album along with in-demand producers Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards of the Chic fame that she contacted on her will to get a more updated sound, after having heard them at NYC famous Disco club, Studio 54.
This is her biggest selling studio album, featuring cuts such as ‘I’m Coming Out’, ‘My Old Piano’ and the aforementioned…

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