Diana Ross, Nick Ashford And Valerie Simpson discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

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The first post Supremes solo single by miss Diana Ross, her remake of Marvin Gaye, and Tammi Terrell's ain't no mountain high enough was a radical reimagining by songwriters, Nick Ashford. And Valerie Simpson with Ross speaking more of the lyrics, then she sang and a rave talents joined forces to make this majestic single Smet from Ashford and Simpson to Motown chief berry Gordy to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. It was probably a foregone conclusion that Ross's ain't no mountain high enough would take over the top of the hot one hundred which it did for three weeks in the fall of nineteen seventy. One thing was now certain in the end it was credence Clearwater revivals destined. Never to reach number one on America's flagship pop chart looking out. My back door backed with long as I can see the light was their last single to contend seriously for number one their fifth number two hit in just over a year and a half burned out from the relentless activity and the tension within the band arising from John Fogarty's command of their fortunes CCR lasted only two more years generating only a couple more hits before their nineteen seventy-two break-up their

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