Diana Ross In Concert (1979) is proof positive that Motown's First Lady is the consummate entertainer. Singing, dancing, shining like no other star, Diana is at her radiant best in this acclaimed production. Surrounded by a bevy of dancers, groundbreaking special effects, surprise guests like Marvin Gaye, and choir of background singers - Diana's spellbinding performance is larger-than-life yet somehow strikingly intimate. Unlike many of today's video & lip-synch dependent performers, Diana Ross is a stand & deliver Diva. From "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" to "My Man" to "The Boss" to "Theme from Mahogany"
Diana Ross In Concert (1979) is essential viewing for all aspiring
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