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Its My Turn - Diana Ross - Legends (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Its My Turn - Diana Ross - Legends (CD)

  1. Dijind
    this 3 cd set is a great cd and is a must for all. 42 hit songs from DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES, DIANA ROSS, AND THE SUPREMES. how many singers can say they have that many hits under there belt,and still keep putting out great records,(not many) it comes with a small book which is a short history of the girls' the first 2 cds are full of all the hits we always get on a collection like this, but to get a 3rd /5(13).
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  2. Yoshakar
    Jun 07,  · I find the RCA era so fascinating. Diana was really in the driver's seat for the first time in her career and I'm always intrigued by the choices artists make when everything and everyone has been moved out of their way. It's such a shame that the '83 Ross album was something of a commercial hiccup at the time of its release.
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  3. Dugami
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Legends = 白金傳奇 on Discogs.
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  4. Kajibei
    Aug 25,  · "It's My Turn" is a song by Diana Ross, used as the theme to the film of the same name.
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  5. Moogumuro
    "It's My Turn" is a song used as the theme to the film of the same name. The song, written by Carole Bayer Sager (lyrics) and Michael Masser (music) for Diana Ross, was released as a single on September 29, and became a top ten hit on the Billboard Hot , peaking at number nine, and at number 14 on the soul chart. " It's My Turn", likewise, peaked at number nine on the Adult.
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  6. Mautaxe
    Diana Ross. Diana Ross has been embracing and endearing for the past five decades, ever since she became one of the four singular talents who define the music of Motown for all time, representing.
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  7. Kajizahn
    Dec 01,  · Top 30 Best of Diana Ross | Diana Ross Greatest Hits Full Album. TOP DISC COLETÂNEAS EM CD 1,, views. Billboard Top Pop Hits - Duration:
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  8. Brakree
    Everything Is Everything is the second album by Diana Ross, released in After her self-named album and its accompanying two singles, Motown rushed the release of this album. It reached #42 in the USA (#5 R&B) and sold over , copies. The track "I'm Still Waiting" was a UK #1 single in for four weeks while the follow up "Doobedood'ndoobe, Doobedood'ndoobe, Doobedood'ndoo" peaked.
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