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  1. Wow. I could understand her making dumb...

    Wow. I could understand her making dumb decisions about anyone and anything else, but would have thought she would have bent over backwards to have more MJ songs.
  2. "waiting"...

    "waiting"...
  3. The UK was pretty much a singles market and it's...

    The UK was pretty much a singles market and it's not like too many Motown acts had a quality album (excepting Marvin & Stevie in the early 70s).

    The release of all those 'Motown Chartbusters''...
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    I once had a red heart-shaped copy of 'Pops We...

    I once had a red heart-shaped copy of 'Pops We Love You'.
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    For me, it's definitely the 'diana' deluxe...

    For me, it's definitely the 'diana' deluxe edition. With such a mystery over how the original Chic mixes differed from the actual remixed release, it was amazing to hear these tracks for the first...
  6. Hope none of his children or grandchildren are...

    Hope none of his children or grandchildren are gay.
  7. Does that post contain titles of some of the...

    Does that post contain titles of some of the songs she has recorded?

    Otherwise it doesn't make much sense as any kind of meaningful statement.
  8. In answer to the original question. It's not...

    In answer to the original question. It's not just this album that should have charted better. Poor management and marketing - especially in the US - meant most Motown releases of the 70s...
  9. "The 'I Will Survive' singer".... OMG - has it...

    "The 'I Will Survive' singer"....

    OMG - has it come to this?...
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    I don't even believe this.

    I don't even believe this.
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    I sigh when I think of what could have been at...

    I sigh when I think of what could have been at Glastonbury plus all these TV Specials in the lead-up :(
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    Not exactly answering the OP question but Diana...

    Not exactly answering the OP question but Diana also covered The Velvelettes' 'These Things Will Keep Me Loving You'.
  13. Some of it was interesting - not too much I...

    Some of it was interesting - not too much I hadn't heard before.

    The Professor was a bit too sycophantic for my tastes.

    I could have asked a few more questions on certain topics to try and...
  14. Sadly, there aren't nearly enough options to rate...

    Sadly, there aren't nearly enough options to rate a top three. Such a shame Diana and Motown were pretty late to the music video party.
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    I loved the Roots OST album. I also bought a...

    I loved the Roots OST album. I also bought a single as it featured the English (or African) version of Oluwa (Many Rains Ago) by Letta that wasn't on the album.

    That was a lovely song (quite...
  16. - Back in My Arms Again (Hullabaloo) - Stop in...

    - Back in My Arms Again (Hullabaloo)
    - Stop in the Name of Love (Ready Steady Go)
    - Forever Came Today (Ed Sulllivan)

    The first two mainly because the personality of the girls came through in...
  17. Thanks - nice to know my memory hasn't totally...

    Thanks - nice to know my memory hasn't totally failed yet even if I got the colour of the fur coat wrong ;)
  18. I would have heard Supremes & Diana Ross songs on...

    I would have heard Supremes & Diana Ross songs on the radio from a young age. Growing up in England before we moved to Australia in early 1973, I was probably exposed to 'New Supremes' songs as well...
  19. Found the quote: Ellie: "I guess the...

    Found the quote:

    Ellie: "I guess the Shangri-Las and the Ronettes in a different way were the tough girl groups"
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    A flawed human being who produced some of the...

    A flawed human being who produced some of the greatest pop songs of all time.

    I wonder what his tombstone will say (since 'To Know Him is To Love Him' was on his father's).
  21. My main intro to them was via the 'Phil Spector...

    My main intro to them was via the 'Phil Spector Greatest Hits' album of the late 70s and I was always surprised they didn't have much more output than the songs on this album.

    I loved Ronnie's...
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    It's also interesting that Diana (& The Supremes)...

    It's also interesting that Diana (& The Supremes) never had a song on some of the BIG 'retro' soundtracks for blockbuster smashes like 'The Big Chill' or 'Good Morning Vietnam' while other Motown...
  23. I would think the majority of people interested...

    I would think the majority of people interested in getting Supremes tickets at the time had a good idea of who Mary Wilson was. Few would have been able to name Scherrie or Lynda however.
  24. Yeah - I was just trying to think back to my...

    Yeah - I was just trying to think back to my teenage years and seeing that hot black & white Diana in the tight jeans on the album cover singing dance tunes. Wow - she's not some old lady in fur...
  25. Although Nile, Bernard & Tony were the backbone...

    Although Nile, Bernard & Tony were the backbone of the music on that Madonna album as they were with every Chic production to this point. And the original Chic singer Norma Jean Wright had even done...
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