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Diana Ross - The Greatest Hits Live
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
Japanese edition of 1989 live EMI album featuring 20 of herbest, as both a solo artist and as leader of the Supremes.Includes a five song Supremes medley, plus 'Upside Down','Love Hangover', 'Endless Love', 'Reach Out And ... more »
Japanese edition of 1989 live EMI album featuring 20 of herbest, as both a solo artist and as leader of the Supremes.Includes a five song Supremes medley, plus 'Upside Down','Love Hangover', 'Endless Love', 'Reach Out And TouchSomebody's Hand', 'Ain't No
Tom | Toronto | 05/16/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This is a lackluster live performance from the usually dependable Miss Ross. Her voice is thin and tired on this particular performance, and the songs are so rushed, you wonder why she even bothered at all. The album also suffers because many of the tracks were songs she was releasing at the time, such as Workin' Overtime, Dirty Looks and This House. They sound dated now, and the live performances don't make them any better.
If you want to hear Diana in a better live setting, pick up 'Live At Caesars Palace' or 'An Evening With...'."
Greatest Collection of Diana Ross to date
B2C1@aol.com | 12/21/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Diana Ross, shines in this live CD. All the old standards including Supreame's songs are played. Miss Ross has a way of making you feel like you are actually in the auidence, partcipating in the concert.Playing this CD iver and over again only enhances the concert experince. This CD is Miss Ross at her very best, and it shows. I highly recomend buying it, you will enjoy it for many hours to come."
alamsami | 11/07/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This event was recorded at the Wembley Arena, London /England- June 2,3,4 1989.
It was televised across the world. Miss Ross performed some of her Best Songs ranging from "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" to a "Supreme Medley".
The concert kicks off with M. Jackson's "Dirty Diana", then she sings 2 superhits from her CD Diana (1980) "I'm Coming Out" & "Upside Down". During the concert she introduces her 1989 Motown Album "Workin' Overtime". Of course "Endless Love"& "Missing You" are included. The Album's closing song is Diana's personal anthem "Reach Out & Touch"."