“All I ever wanted was the music, and the chance to sing for you…”
If you asked several people on the street to name Diana Ross’s greatest achievement, you’d probably get a variety of answers. Some would surely say Lady Sings The Blues; others would name songs like “I’m Coming Out” or “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.” A lot would probably say her time with the Supremes, or name one of the 12 #1 hits the group had with Diana singing lead. But chances are almost nobody would call out her one-woman show, An Evening With Diana Ross, which she toured with and won a special Tony Award for following its run at Broadway’s Palace Theatre.
This is a shame, because An Evening With Diana Ross really displays the artist at the very zenith of her accomplishments. The stage show – along with this double-LP recorded in Los Angeles and…
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