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Up The Ladder To The Roof - Diana Ross - The Supreme Lady (Cassette)

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  1. Fenrir says:
    Farewell is a live album by Diana Ross & the orecracciadroponetinloratingden.xyzinfo album was recorded over the course of the group's final engagement together at the New Frontier Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, including the final night on January 14, The show marked Diana Ross' penultimate performance with fellow Supremes members Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong.
  2. Garisar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Dolby Cassette release of Where Did Our Love Go? on Discogs. Label: Motown Special Products - MC • Format: Cassette Compilation Dolby • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul, Pop • Diana Ross & The Supremes ‎– Where Did Our Love Go? Up The Ladder To The Roof: B4: Long Gone.
  3. Mukasa says:
    We had:Lady Sings The Blues in our House which I liked at the time but later discovered the original Billie Holiday tracks I've got some Supremes CDs and a marvellous Double CD with Supremes hits on one disc and Diana's solo hits on the other disc.
  4. Bataur says:
    Jan 01,  · Frank Wilson, a former protégé of Motown producer Norman Whitfield, produced much of Right On, working to establish the "New Supremes" as a group unique from the Ross-led Supremes. Right On features two top 40 singles, "Up the Ladder to the Roof /5(13).
  5. Tozshura says:
    This page is a chronology of the Motown singing group the Supremes. It lists the members of the group during all phases of the group's history, and also includes a timeline. It lists the members of the group during all phases of the group's history, and also includes a timeline.
  6. Vudokasa says:
    – Supremes* Baby Love: C2 – Supremes* Up The Ladder To The Roof: C3 – Diana Ross: Love Hangover: C4 – Supremes* Falling In Love With Love: C5 – Supremes* You Keep Me Hangin' On: C6 – Diana Ross / Lionel Richie: Endless Love: D1 – Supremes* You Can't Hurry Love: D2 – Diana Ross: Reach Out And Touch Somebody's Hand: D3.
  7. Domuro says:
    Come with me And we shall run across the sky And illuminate the night O-h-h-h, I will try and guide you To better times and brighter days Don't be afraid Come up the ladder to the roof Where we can see heaven much better Come up the ladder to the roof Where we can be (where we can be) mmm (where we can be) closer to heaven (To heaven-stay) Stay with me And we shall let expression (sing.
  8. Volkree says:
    West Coast artist Norman Greenbaum's "Spirit Inn The Sky" was actually the #2 record in Los Angeles and San Francisco in His follow-up "California Earthquake" however didn't do well her, as we had a big one that year.

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