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
Ross is a 1983 album by the American entertainer Diana Ross, her third released on the RCA label. It was released shortly before Ross gave a pair of free concerts in New York's Central Park. The album reached on the US charts, on the US R&B charts and in the UK. The album's highest international chart position was in Sweden, where it reached #7.
Missing You. Diana Ross. Produced by Lionel Richie. Since you've been away I've been down and lonely Since you've been away I've been thinking of you Trying to understand The reason you left me What were you going through? Ooh, ooh I'm missing you Tell me why the road turns Ooh, ooh I'm missing you Tell me why the road turns
Single by Diana Ross. from the album Swept Away. We Are the Children of the World". Ross and Gaye were lifelong friends and label mates, having both joined Motown in 1961 and recorded three duet albums; Diana & Marvin in 1973 and two other duets in 1978. Gaye appeared at Ross's 1982 Brussels concert while Gaye was living in Belgium, recording the Midnight Love album.
Album: Swept Away (1984). Despite returning to Motown, the site of her greatest hits, Ross never reached the top of the chart again. The closest was with "Workin' Overtime" in 1989.
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Single by Diana Ross. Diana & Marvin is a duets album by American soul musicians Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye, released October 26, 1973 on Motown. Recording sessions for the album took place between 1971 and 1973 at Motown Recording Studios in Hollywood, California. Gaye and Ross were widely recognized at the time as two.