Diana Ross & The Supremes - The Never Before Released Masters download mp3 album
- - - - Diana Ross & the Supremes Anthology (version two). 1986 - The d Masters 2. 1987 - - Love Supreme . A Tribute to the Girls was an album Motown planned for the group to record in 1965 featuring songs made famous by girl groups of the time; however it was never completed. Several tracks were featured on the expanded release of There's a Place for Us. Pure Gold.
The d Masters is 1987 compilation album containing unreleased recordings recorded by Motown girl-group The Supremes from 1961 to 1969. It was the second CD release of unreleased recordings by The Supremes, the first being disc two of the 2 disc "25th Anniversary" compilation. Several other unreleased tracks appeared on earlier various artists compilations. A majority of the recordings for the unreleased album Diana Ross & The Supremes Sing Disney Classics are featured on this compilation
Diana Ross & The Supremes. Exclusive Prime pricing. Considering the ancient recording technology that supported the original masters, Number 1's is as clean and pristine as any contemporary release could hope to be. However, the unintended consequence of brilliance and transparency is perhaps, the excavation of too much information best left buried beneath the pop and static of the original "stereophonic" recordings - the underlying shrillness that sometimes surfaces in recordings that have been scrubbed too clean - like watching The Twilight Zone in HD and being able to discern make-up lines and prop fakery that were.
Diane "Diana" Ross (March 26, 1944) was an American singer/songwriter and actress from Detroit, Michigan. A founding member of "The Supremes," she joined the group when they were a quartet known as "The Primettes" in 1959, and remained with the trio until January 14, 1970 when she left to pursue a solo career. Her career included successful ventures into Broadway and Film.
Eventually the group changed the name into The Supremes and finally signed with Motown. They released I want a Guy just two months later. The next artist to sign with the record label in 1962, is Stevie Wonder. He was just an 11 years old kid when he first got the contract. The following March Love Hangover is released as a single from the new album by Diana Ross. The producer Hal Davis hears a demo of the song, and quickly records it with Diana in December 1975 in an eight-minute version aimed at the dance floor. Love Hangover rises to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in late May, and also occupies the summit of the dance/disco and R&B charts.
Following her departure from the Supremes in 1970, Ross released her debut solo album, Diana Ross, which contained the hits "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)" and the number-one hit "Ain't No Mountain High Enough". She released the album Touch Me in the Morning in 1973. Ross did extensive work with other producers before settling with Ashford & Simpson, including Johnny Bristol, producer of her final single with The Supremes, "Someday We'll Be Together". Bristol here produces "These Things Will Keep Me Loving You"; the rest of the LP is fully written and produced by Ashford & Simpson.
By the new year, not only was Ross preparing her first solo material, but the group, with new member Jean Terrell, had started recording their first album without her. That set, Right On, was released in April 1970, by which time the retooled trio were already in the charts with its lead single ‘Up The Ladder To The Roof. Diana would soon join them there with her first solo 45, Ashford & Simpson’s ‘Reach Out And Touch (Somebody’s Hand). But amid such busy forward planning, there was still time for a tumultuous public goodbye