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“Ladies Hot Line” (1983)

Originally posted on THE DIANA ROSS PROJECT:
Songwriter is a word rarely applied to Diana Ross.  Of her dozens of memorable hits, none bear her name in the writing credits; the singer has been open about her place as an “interpreter” of…

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Baby It’s Me (1977)

Originally posted on THE DIANA ROSS PROJECT:
“I can’t believe the way you move me…” “Most of us remember Martha Reeves as leader of one of the most popular soul groups in history, the Vandellas.  Now, as a solo and…

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J. Randy Taraborrelli

Originally posted on I'd rather be reading…:
This is one of my favorite authors, I only have 3 of his 19 books, I am working my way through them slowly, so the next couple of posts are about the…

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“Fight For It” (1984)

Originally posted on THE DIANA ROSS PROJECT:
“I’ll let you on a secret of mine…you’re what I’m looking for…” Swept Away — Diana Ross’s fourth studio album for RCA Records — was a return to form for the singer; after the…

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Everything Is Everything (1970)

Originally posted on THE DIANA ROSS PROJECT:
“Heaven must have sent you to me, and I’m not gonna let you go back…” That big, rushing sound you heard in the fall of 1970 was the collective sigh of relief from…

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“Diamond Diana” Hits The Charts!

Originally posted on THE DIANA ROSS PROJECT:
The new collection Diamond Diana: The Legacy Collection hits the charts in a big way this week, returning Diana Ross to the Top 30 of the Billboard 200 for the first time in more than…

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Oak Island & British Templars

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Originally posted on The Secret Dossier :
I watched, stunned tonight, as the latest installment of the Curse of Oak Island aired in the USA at 9 pm Pacific Time.  Was anyone else seeing what I had? Researcher Doug Crowell traced…

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