Diana Ross and The Supremes Tribute

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  1. nakedwally

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    As many of you know, i play around on the computer all day long creating various websites and webpages. I know that Diana Ross and The Supremes are way before my time but I love their music and made a tribute page dedicated to them with music videos of their hits. Hope you all enjoy

    Diana Ross and Supremes Tribute Page
     
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    Could we make this a "Diana Ross and The Supremes Tribute Thread"? I think they are worthy of such.
     
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    Motown Rocks!
     
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    That's kinda what I was trying to do, this thread and the webpage I designed are tributes to them
     
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    Cool site! :smile: They don't make that kind of music anymore. I love Diana's solo work better than when she was with the Supremes, but they were awesome.
     
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    I used to love Diana Ross but as I got older I started finding her songs a little bland and too similar to each other, although I've got a load of her stuff in my mp3's I very rarely listen to her now, but in her time she was the Queen :)
     
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    hi wally - that is really a nice idea.

    im a big fan of ms ross songs and have almost every cd released.......i think im a bit before her time but i fell in love with the music and style when i was in my teens when everyone else was into madness and bad manners.....ive been laughed at but dont mind-i appreciate good when i see it.......long live diana.
     
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    The Supremes were the BEST. They did some awesome work after Ross left in 1970 with producer Frank Wilson. Genius.
     
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    I love Motown. But back in the early 80s I had occasion to be exposed to Diana Ross. I was working in a hospital where her mother was a patient. Ms. Ross was a complete and absolute haughty bitch. Again and again, she treated people terribly who were doing their best to help her and her mother. I didn't like her before that and I despised her after that.
     
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    One of the best groups to come out of motor city.
     
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    I had the most fortunate chance to meet Mary Wilson and hear her in concert. Contrary to popular myths, THE WOMAN CAN SING. She gave a hell of a performance. She is also one of the most beautiful women I have ever met and very gracious. Remarkable woman.
     
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