Happy Monday, all…
I’ve been busy working to expand my reviews of the Diana Ross solo discography, which I’ll begin posting within the next few weeks — in most cases, I’ve doubled the length of the posts, adding extra research information concerning each album and track. I’m really excited to unveil the new album discussions, as having gone through the Supremes era has helped inform my understanding of Diana’s solo work.
Until then…wanted to share this record store find from earlier today. I was at a shop just outside Atlanta and came across this interesting pressing of Everything Is Everything with a negative image and white background on the rear cover. I’ve never seen one like this before — anyone know the story? Every copy I’ve ever owned has a regular photo over a black background. The lettering on the front cover is also made up of three colors, instead of just solid blue, and there are no song titles listed:
Let me know if you’ve seen this before — curious to know why it’s a little different!