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.
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
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
Diana Ross - The Blue Album. Diana Ross - The Force Behind the Power. Diana Ross - Take Me Higher. Diana Ross - Why do Fools Fall in Love. Diana Ross - A Very Special Season. Diana Ross - Voice of Love. Diana Ross - (Remastered). Diana Ross - The Very Best of Diana Ross. Diana Ross - Diana Extended: the Remixes.
Voyeurism is shown in her eyes, the alignment of the camera draws the audiences focus to her eyes, it givesthe audience a feeling that she is watching them. Her position on the chairalludes to a sense of sexualdesire, it seems as thoughshe is calling out to oppositesex with her body.
Marc Jordan & John Capek. Walkin' blind across this silver room Lookin' through a smoke menagerie Lookin' at your face inside of me In the darkness, you're Tunisia. Nights are long entropic I can't seem to cope It's cold when I look in your eyes. Pieces of ice Pieces of ice Pieces of ice Pieces of ice. Where the zebra lightning strikes the room Foreign words are strutted through the gloom Women swooping down like birds of prey Never close but never far away
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.
Bad weather conditions forced Diana Ross to stop the concert on 21/07/83 and to start again the next day. Of course, this song 'Pieces Of Ice' is only playback. video tape, recorded on a VHS VCR named SHARP VC 308GB on 21/04/1984 (from 1. 5 pm- 1. 5 am), this is "Pieces Of Ice" by Diana Ross from her Central Park Live Concert. Bad weather conditions forced Diana Ross to stop the concert on 21/07/83 and to start again the next day.