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8 thoughts on “ Love Child - Diana Ross And The Supremes - Love Child (Cassette, Album)

  1. Nov 16,  · Love Child, by The Supremes. was a year of change on many fronts in the United States, with the escalation of the war in Vietnam, the civil rights movement, riots in major cities, assassinations and a widening generation gap. Social messages found an outlet through songs by artists from all ranges of the musical spectrum, and audiences were expecting their music heroes to sing .
  2. Diana Ross & The Supremes’ hit “Love Child” tells the story of a mother giving birth to a child out of wedlock. “Love Child” was the Supremes’ 11th #1 single in the United States—it was their.
  3. Love child, never meant to be Love child, born in poverty Love child, never meant to be Love child, take a look at me I started my life in an old, cold run down tenement slum My father left, he never even married mom I shared the guilt my mama knew So afraid that others knew I had no name This love we're contemplating Is worth the pain of waiting.
  4. 52 rows · May 06,  · Diana Ross And The Supremes = ダイアナ・ロス* & シュープリームス* - Love Child = ラヴ・チャイルド ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM) Motown UICY/5().
  5. Love Child is the fifteenth studio album released by Diana Ross & the Supremes for the Motown label in The LP was the group's first studio LP (excepting covers and tribute albums) not to include any songs written or produced by any member of the Holland–Dozier–Holland production team, who had previously overseen most of the Supremes' inconmedipecopapunhostfigulec.xyzinfo: Pop, R&B.
  6. Album · · 12 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Album · · 12 Songs. Open in iTunes. Sign In Love Child Diana Ross & The Supremes R&B/Soul • Preview SONG TIME Love Child. 1. PREVIEW Keep an Eye. 2. PREVIEW How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone.
  7. love child was the first number one hit written for Diana Ross and The Supremes by writers other than Holland Dozier Holland /5(5).
  8. Probably the best of the "Diana Ross and The Supremes" albums. There is quite a bit of variety here, an excellent mix of pop and soul. And, while Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong are actually NOT featured on the tunes "Love Child" and "Some Things You Never Get Used To," (yes, Motown cheated quite a bit in the latter years to crank out the hits), this album features some of the absolute best.

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