The discography of American singer Diana Ross, the former lead singer of The Supremes, consists of 25 studio albums and 115 singles. 27 of her singles reached the Billboard top 40 in the US, 12 of them the Billboard top 10, and six of those reaching number one, placing her in a tie for fifth among the top female solo performers who have reached the top spot there
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All the Great Hits (Diana Ross album). Her duet "Endless Love" with Lionel Richie was from a movie with Brooke Shields and, just like 1980's "It's My Turn", had already been released as a single and on a soundtrack album.
Diana Ross (later reissued rarely as Ain't No Mountain High Enough) is the debut solo album of American-singer Diana Ross. It reached number 19 on the Billboard 200 and number one on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. The album would later go onto sell 500,000 copies in America. The album was the ultimate test to see if the former Supremes frontwoman could make it as a solo act. With the help of the g team of Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson, Ross turned out a successful album
This self-titled release, issued in February 1976, was Diana Ross' first album since December 1973's Last Time I Saw Him. It followed Ross' starring role in the Berry Gordy-directed Mahogany. That film's theme, a sweeping Gerry Goffin/Michael Masser ballad sung by Ross, topped Billboard's Adult Contemporary and Hot 100 charts; though it appeared on the Mahogany soundtrack, it was also included here and leads a set that's as diverse as Last Time I Saw Him, with a total of nine songs involving 16 songwriters
As a solo artist, Diana Ross is one of the most successful female singers of the rock era. If you factor in her work as the lead singer of the Supremes in the 1960s, she may be the most successful. With her friends Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard, and Barbara Martin, Ross formed the Primettes vocal quartet in 1959. In 1960, they were signed to local Motown Records, changing their name to the Supremes in 1961. Martin then left, and the group continued as a trio. Jazz & Blues, Stolen Moments (April 1993). Motown released a four-CD/cassette box set retrospective, Forever Diana, in October 1993, and the singer published her autobiography in 1994. Take Me Higher followed a year later, and in 1999 she returned with Every Day Is a New Day.
Diana Ross' first solo album after departing from the Supremes is an outstanding beginning to a successful solo career. Every song, (with the exception of the Velvelettes' hit '66 single "These Things Will Keep Me Loving You" produced by Johnny Bristol), is produced by brilliant husband-wife team Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson.
Diana Ross is a 1976 album by Diana Ross for the Motown label, her second self-titled LP (the first was her 1970 debut album, later rereleased as Ain't No Mountain High Enough). It reached in the USA (4 R&B) and sold over 700,000 copies. The album was Ross' biggest-selling album since 1973's Touch Me in the Morning, and the first of Ross' albums since her debut to yield more than four hit singles. This Christmas" (Alternate Version) (Nadine McKinnor, Donny Pitts) - 4:10. Coming Home" (Unreleased Mix of Coca-Cola advert) (William Bakker, Roquel Davis, Rob McBrien) - 1:44. Tracks 1 to 9 include a remaster of the complete 1976 album Diana Ross. Tracks 10 and 11 non-album single tracks issued as A and B-side in 1975. Tracks 15 and 16 alternative versions of tracks taken from the 1978 album Ross.