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    More Hits: Mother Dear* IHAS: Any Girl In Love*...

    More Hits: Mother Dear*
    IHAS: Any Girl In Love*
    Sing HDH: Going Down For the Third Time
    Reflections: I Can't Make It Alone
    Love Child: Keep An Eye**
    Right On: Then We Can Try Again**
    New Ways:...
  2. Thank you, Luke. This is wonderful to see the...

    Thank you, Luke. This is wonderful to see the three Pointer Sisters together again. I love seeing Bonnie back with Anita and Ruth. After all, they are real sisters. (I do miss June Pointer.)
  3. Love it. One of my favorite Supremes singles,...

    Love it. One of my favorite Supremes singles, ever. It was great seeing the pictures, too. Made me sorely miss JMC.
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    Ain't That Good News, Buttered Popcorn and Silent...

    Ain't That Good News, Buttered Popcorn and Silent Night are my favorite Flo Ballard vocals. Nothing else came close.
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    Bad Weather would have performed much better if...

    Bad Weather would have performed much better if it had followed the Floy Joy album. An album by Stevie Wonder would have been​ much more what the Supremes needed to stay on top and current at this...
  6. I agree with all of this!

    I agree with all of this!
  7. Wow. Looking forward to these! Great song and...

    Wow. Looking forward to these! Great song and artist choices. I'd never heard Frank Sinatra's Jingle Bells. I love it and the video.
  8. Diana & Neil would have been interesting together!

    Diana & Neil would have been interesting together!
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    Happy Birthday, Soulful Detroit! A day without...

    Happy Birthday, Soulful Detroit! A day without you is like a day without a cup of coffee!
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    I prefer Diana Ross's version. It's dramatic and...

    I prefer Diana Ross's version. It's dramatic and cinematic and playful and I love Ross's singing on this. The original is good but sounded like a follow-up for Mary Wells.
  11. I love this album and Diana Ross (1976), both...

    I love this album and Diana Ross (1976), both amazing as whole albums in spite of the multiple producers.
    I Won't Last a Day should have been the second single. Paul Williams was a hot songwriter...
  12. Thread: Mother Dear

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    I've always liked the original Mother Dear on...

    I've always liked the original Mother Dear on More Hits, as much as I liked Nothing But Heartaches. Back in 1965, I thought MD could have been a bigger hit than NBH, but not so much now. Now I think...
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    Mirror, Mirror should have been the first RCA...

    Mirror, Mirror should have been the first RCA single. It was a different sound and concept for her, just as the diana album had been. Why Do Fools, a tribute to her beginnings, would have been a...
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    An RCA Greatest Hits would be one thing. (I...

    An RCA Greatest Hits would be one thing. (I noticed the official RCA album wasn't a strictly greatest hits compilation. No Pieces of Ice, Dirty Looks, Work That Body, Love or Loneliness.)
    My Best of...
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    One of my three favorites from RHRB! I listen to...

    One of my three favorites from RHRB!
    I listen to Missing You, It's Hard For Me To Say, Summertime, Selfish One and Chain Reaction far more often than any of the other RCA tracks.
    I love the vocals,...
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    I hated this when I first heard it on her Lazy...

    I hated this when I first heard it on her Lazy Afternoon album in 1975. Not only was it a travesty against Motown but it sounded so out-of-place on that wonderful dreamy album. I do like this...
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    The Greatest: Bee Gees My Favorite: Carpenters

    The Greatest: Bee Gees
    My Favorite: Carpenters
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    Thank you, RanRan. In The Hollands' Come And Get...

    Thank you, RanRan. In The Hollands' Come And Get These Memories, in the chapter "Diana, Mary & Florence", Eddie Holland has a great account of the Where Did Our Love Go recording session. It was...
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    Great story!

    Great story!
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    Have to agree with sup_fan. I never liked...

    Have to agree with sup_fan. I never liked Standing, for the same reason I don't care for Run. Diana's vocals too high. Interesting that both were cut the same day. When I want to listen to the album,...
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    Hey MotownManiac, I was there at the Pantages,...

    Hey MotownManiac, I was there at the Pantages, too! Unforgettable night. She was Home, with her family and Motown family (Berry, Smokey, Brian, etc.) I never saw a more enraptured audience. If I...
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    The first time I heard this song (by Natalie...

    The first time I heard this song (by Natalie Cole) I knew it should have been recorded by Diana. Natalie and Barbra interpret it well but I can just imagine and "hear" the perfect version by Ross.
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    I don't know why it hasn't occurred to me before...

    I don't know why it hasn't occurred to me before that Mirror, Mirror would have been the perfect RCA debut single. Unlike Chic, but current.
  24. Lol! Bryant Gumbel was having a good time, I...

    Lol! Bryant Gumbel was having a good time, I think.
  25. ^ Great thoughtful post! I agree with so much of...

    ^ Great thoughtful post! I agree with so much of it. I also didn't think about concept albums as a teen. Now i realize there've been concept albums for a long time, if not from the beginning. More...
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