Diana Ross and The Supremes–Videos

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 Diana_Ross_Supremes

 

“You can’t just sit there and wait for people to give you that golden dream. You’ve got to get out there and make it happen for yourself.”

~Diana Ross

 

You Can’t Hurry Love/The Supremes

The Supremes – You Keep Me Hanging On (1966)

BACK IN MY ARMS AGAIN

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsXRiUrD0i4

 

The Supremes – The Only Time I’m Happy (1965)

THE SUPREMES-HONEY BOY-1965-

The Supremes Eight Days a Week

 

The Supremes – Bits and Pieces (Originally by The Dave Clark Five) [A Bit of Liverpool – 1964]

The Supremes – Surfer boy

The Supremes Baby Love

There’s A Place For Us by The Supremes

The Supremes–Somewhere

 

The Supremes-Stop! In The Name Of Love

Love Ain’t Love

Diana Ross & The Supremes ” Love Child ” 1968

Supremes – Mary Wilson solo and Love Child very rare

The Supremes – Stoned Love (Original Version) 1970

Diana Ross & The Supremes “REFLECTIONS”

STONED LOVE / THE SUPREMES

The Supremes – Reflections and The Lady is a Tramp

The Supremes – The Final Television Appearance (1977)

Diana Ross and Ru Paul – I Will Survive

Diana Ross – WE’RE ALWAYS SAYING GOODBYE

the supremes on the flip wilson show

diana ross muscles

Diana Ross – Love On The Line (feat. Barry Gibb)

Diana Ross With Michael Jackson Eaten Alive Instrumental Version

Diana Ross – More And More (Barry & Andy Gibb written)

Diana Ross – Too Shy to Say

Diana Ross – Love Hangover

Diana Ross – It’s My House

Diana Ross – No One Gets The Prize

Diana Ross – I Wanna Be Bad

Diana Ross – I ain’t been licked

Diana Ross – The Boss

Diana Ross Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

Diana Ross – Do You Know

Diana Ross “My Man”

Diana Ross @ Hyde Park, London 2002

Diana Ross & Julio Iglesias – All Of You

Diana Ross “Touch Me In The Morning”

Diana Ross – If We Hold On Together (1998)

Missing You – Diana Ross

Diana Ross & The Supremes in 2000

Diana Ross & The Supremes 2000 Rockefeller Summer Stage P1

Diana Ross & The Supremes 2000 Rockefeller Summer Stage P2

DIANA ROSS LIVE – STRANGE FRUIT – LADY BILLIE HOLIDAY TRIBUTE

DIANA ROSS/STRANGE FRUIT

diana – Someone that you loved before

Diana Ross – I’m Coming Out & The Boss 1981

Diana Ross @ Central Park 1983 – show opening

Diana Ross @ Central Park – Can’t Hurry Love &

 Upside Down

Diana Ross @ Central Park – Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

Diana Ross Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

Diana Ross – Ain’t No Mountain High Enough/Endless Love 1999

Divas-Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

Diana Ross – Touch me in the morning

DIVAS LIVE 2000 ENDLESS LOVE

Diana Ross : Endless Love (Live Central Park) HQ

ENDLESS LOVE, Diana Ross & Lionel Ritchie

Endless Love (Lionel Richie & Diana Ross) ft. Brooke Shields

Diana Ross – Why Do Fools Fall In Love

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfMwzkV8RGw

 

Diana Ross – Upside down

Diana Ross – Chain Reaction

Diana Ross – Do You Know

Diana Ross and Michael Jackson in 1969 – RARE

Jackson 5 with Diana Ross on TV

Michael Jackson and Diana Ross – Part 1

Michael Jackson and Diana Ross – Part 2

DIANA ROSS “TOUCH ME IN THE MORNING” PETWORTH, UK. JULY 08

Diana Ross: Still Waiting…

Diana Ross – We Shall Overcome

Diana Ross – Amazing Grace

Diana Ross — To be loved

Theme from Mahogany (Do You Know Where You’re Going To) – Di

Mahogany

“Instead of looking at the past, I put myself ahead twenty years and try to look at what I need to do now in order to get there then.”

~Diana Ross

 

the_supremes diana_ross_older

 

Background Articles and Videos

Diana Ross

“…Diana Ross (born Diana Ernestine Ross; March 26, 1944) is an American singer and actress. During the 1960s, she helped shape the Motown Sound as lead singer of The Supremes, before leaving the group for a solo career on January 15, 1970. Since the beginning of her career with The Supremes and as a solo artist, Ross has sold more than 100 million records.

During the 1970s and through the mid 1980s, Ross was one of the most successful female artists, crossing over into film, television and Broadway. She received an Best Actress Academy Award nomination for her 1972 role as Billie Holiday in Lady Sings the Blues. She won a Golden Globe award for Lady Sings the Blues. She won American Music Awards, garnered twelve Grammy Award nominations, and won a Tony Award for her one-woman show, An Evening with Diana Ross in 1977.

In 1976, Billboard magazine named her the “Female Entertainer of the Century.” In 1993, the Guinness Book Of World Records declared Diana Ross the most successful female music artist in history with a total of eighteen American number-one singles: twelve as lead singer of The Supremes and six as a soloist (she was later surpassed by Mariah Carey). Ross was the first female solo artist to score six number-ones. This feat puts her in a tie for fifth place among solo female artists with the most No. 1s on the Hot 100. [2] She is also one of the few recording artists to have two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame–one as a solo artist and the other as a member of The Supremes. In December 2007, she received a John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Honors Award.

Including her work with The Supremes, Ross has recorded 61 studio albums. Ross is a lyric soprano. …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diana_Ross

The Supremes

“…The Supremes, an American female singing group, were the premier act of Motown Records during the 1960s. Originally founded as The Primettes in Detroit, Michigan in 1959, The Supremes’ repertoire included doo-wop, pop, soul, Broadway show tunes, psychedelic soul and disco. They were the most commercially successful of Motown’s acts and are, to-date, America’s most successful vocal group[1] with twelve number one singles on the Billboard Hot 100.[2] Most of these hits were written and produced by Motown’s main songwriting and production team, Holland-Dozier-Holland. At their peak in the mid-1960s, The Supremes rivaled The Beatles in worldwide popularity,[2] and their success made it possible for future African-American R&B and soul musicians to find mainstream success.[2]

Founding members Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson, Diana Ross and Betty McGlown,all from the Brewster-Douglass public housing project in Detroit,[3] formed The Primettes as the sister act to The Primes (with Paul Williams and Eddie Kendricks, who would go on to form The Temptations).[3] Barbara Martin replaced McGlown in 1960, and the group signed with Motown the following year as The Supremes. Martin left the act in early 1962, and Ross, Ballard and Wilson carried on as a trio.

During the mid-1960s, The Supremes achieved mainstream success with Ross as lead singer. In 1967, Motown president Berry Gordy renamed the group Diana Ross & The Supremes and replaced Ballard with Cindy Birdsong. Ross left to pursue a solo career in 1970 and was replaced by Jean Terrell, at which point the group’s name returned to The Supremes. After 1972, the lineup of The Supremes changed more frequently; Lynda Laurence, Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene all became members of the group during the mid-1970s. The Supremes disbanded in 1977 after an eighteen-year run. …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Supremes

Diana Ross Web Site

http://www.dianaross.com/

Diana-Web.com

http://www.diana-web.com/simpleviewer/index.html

Classic Motown–Diana Ross and The Supremes

http://classic.motown.com/artist.aspx?ob=ros&src=lb&aid=40

‘The Supremes’ dishes on Diana Ross — and Michael Jackson

 “…Author Mark Ribowsky couldn’t have known it, but his timing was perfect. His new book The Supremes: A Saga of Motown Dreams, Success and Betrayal was published by Da Capo on July 1 — a week after the shocking death of Michael Jackson.

The-Supremes Of course, Ribowsky’s book focuses on, clockwise from bottom right, Diana Ross, Mary Wilson  and Florence Ballard, following the members of the queens of the girl group from their origins as the Primettes in the Detroit projects to their dominance of the pop charts in the ’60s — they had more No. 1 hits in the era than anyone but Elvis and the Beatles — and beyond. …”

The Supremes UNEDITED Interview 1965 Part One

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9N4s-cYTpM

 

The Supremes UNEDITED Interview 1965 Part Two

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ym0b9GdHIA0

 

Tribute To Florence Ballard

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q79jumat6Ms

Yesterday – Florence Ballard


 

Diana Ross – interview Los Angeles 1978

Interview with Mary Wilson of The Supremes

DIANA ROSS INTERVIEW 1991 – WHO WAS YOUR FIRST LOVE PART 1

DIANA ROSS INTERVIEW 1991 – WHO WAS YOUR FIRST LOVE PART 2

Diana Ross – Take Me Higher Interview

Florence Ballard in her own Words p/1

Florence Ballard in her own Words p/2

smokie robinson talks about flo ballard

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pe8HTQV0888

 

Mary Wilson Interview on “The Insider”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rNLsXth6ZQ 

 

Diana Ross – interview Oslo 2004 part 1 of 2

Diana Ross – interview Oslo 2004 part 2 of 2

Diana Ross – interview London 2004

Diana Ross on Live with Regis and Kelly

diana ross on The View

Diana Ross Speaks on Supremes Reunion

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqsvrwosQAk

 

 

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