Shadows Of Society - Diana Ross & The Supremes - Cream Of The Crop (CD, Album)

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  1. Goltirg
    Let The Sunshine In () comprised vastly of material Diana Ross And The Supremes had recorded some years earlier such as the ghastly Let The Music Play and With A Child's Heart which had origanally been recorded for their rather disjointed, I Hear A Symphony album (which contrarily became a big hit on the album charts).
  2. Vulabar
    On another track, The Beginning Of The End (previously a Chris Clark B-side), Diana Ross is backed by Syreeta Wright, who was being secretly groomed to be her replacement in the Supremes. At least four of the tracks actually date from , when they were just the Supremes, Flo was still among their ranks, and quality control had for some /5(11).
  3. JoJoll
    Buy Diana Ross & the Supremes, Diana Ross |'s album titled Cream of the Crop. CD (Remastered / Special Edition) $ $ Save 14% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 14%. Shadows of Society; Loving You is Better Than Ever; When It's To the Top (Still I Won't Stop Giving You Love)Price: $
  4. Negis
    Released in , Cream of the Crop, is the final Diana Ross & the Supremes' album before the departure of Ross. It contains such hits as "The Young Folks" and several covers like the Beatles' 'Hey Jude" and "Blowin' in the Wind" by Bob Dylan/5(11).
  5. Brajar
    About Cream of the Crop This Cream of the Crop album was released in and featured titles like Someday We'll Be Together, Can't You See It's Me and You Gave Me Love from Diana Ross & the Supremes.
  6. Vudogor
    Apr 30,  · By the time Cream Of The Crop hit shelves in November, , its release was merely a formality and Diana Ross and The Supremes was a group solely for the sake of live appearances. The final performance would come on January 14, at the Frontier Hotel in Las Vegas, and all parties would immediately move forward; the debut single by The.
  7. Vonos
    Lyrics to "Shadows Of Society" by DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES: Rich man and poor, beggar and thief / Searching in the darkness / For a light to show the way / Each seeking his identity / Protect me from my brother please / They pray / Afraid and so alone .

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