Back In My Arms Again - Diana Ross & The Supremes* - Diana Ross & The Supremes (Vinyl, LP)


1980
Label: Motown - M5101 • Series: Motown Superstar Series - Volume 1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Australia • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul
Back In My Arms Again - Diana Ross & The Supremes* - Diana Ross & The Supremes (Vinyl, LP)

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Diana Ross & The Supremes Medley Of Hits: Stop! In The Name Of Love-Back In My Arms Again / Come See About Me / Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart / Where Did Our Love Go / Baby Love (Inch Version) Diana Ross - Diana (Rarities Edition) (Album, Comp) 2 versions.

 · The Supremes Back In My Arms Again Mo­town MT (1 week) This was the Supremes’ fifth con­sec­u­tive chart-topper, but the super Supremes didn’t re­ceive a single soli­tary RIAA Gold Record Award in the ’60s. Why? Berry Gordy wasn’t opening his books to anyone—not to his artists and not to an in­de­pen­dent auditor.

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The Supremes in the s. Diana Ross & the Supremes gave their final performance on Janu at the Frontier Hotel in Las Vegas. At the final performance, the replacement for Diana Ross, Jean Terrell, was introduced. According to Mary Wilson, after this performance, Berry Gordy wanted to replace Terrell with Syreeta Wright.


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  1. Eddie Holland came up with the basis sketch for "Back in My Arms Again." The song was recorded on December 1, , at the converted bungalow at West Grand Boulevard in Detroit which housed the offices and recording studios of Motown Records.

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