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INTERVIEW: Louvain Demps on Good Day Atlanta

Sometimes the most magical moments in life happen by accident; Louvain Demps of The Andantes remembers that being the case while recording “Love Child” in September of 1968.  As she recalls, there came a moment when groupmates Marlene Barrow and … Continue reading

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Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing and Perform “Funny Girl” (1968)

“Don’t tell me not to fly, I’ve simply got to…” For proof of just how versatile Diana Ross and The Supremes were, look no further than the six (!) albums the group released in 1968.  Reflections came first, an album of … Continue reading

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The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart (1967)

“And when I looked, the moon had turned to gold…” By 1967, The Supremes really had nothing left to prove.  In just three short years, Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, and Florence Ballard had conquered the music industry, racking up a staggering ten #1 … Continue reading

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Everything Is Everything (1970)

“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 everyone at Motown when Diana Ross scored … Continue reading

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Diana Ross (1970)

“What a feeling it is to know you’re in my corner and you won’t let me go…” It was, perhaps, the worst-kept secret in popular music.  Throughout 1969, rumors swirled that Diana Ross, lead singer of the world’s top female … Continue reading

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