8 thoughts on “ Up The Ladder To The Roof - Diana Ross & The Supremes* - Anthology (CD)

  1. About Up the Ladder to the Roof "Up the Ladder to the Roof" is a hit single recorded by The Supremes for the Motown label. It was the first Supremes single to feature new lead singer Jean Terrell in place of Diana Ross, who officially left the group for a solo career two weeks before the recording of this song in January
  2. Leggi il testo di Up the Ladder to the Roof di Diana Ross & The Supremes dall'album Anthology: The Best of Diana Ross & The Supremes su Rockol. Scopri i testi, gli aggiornamenti e gli.
  3. Diana Ross & The Supremes - Up the Ladder to the Roof Lyrics. Come with me and we shall run across the sky And illuminate the night Oh, I will try and guide you to better times and brighter days Don't b.
  4. Right On is the nineteenth studio album by The Supremes, released in for the Motown label. It was the group's first album not to feature former lead singer Diana seuphoscywebfsolmo.rimtheborrefotiferecacasttranat.co replacement, Jean Terrell, began recording Right On with Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong in mid, while Wilson and Birdsong were still touring with Ross. Frank Wilson, a former protégé of Motown producer Norman.
  5. Come with me And we shall run across the sky And illuminate the night Oh I will try and guide you To better times and brighter days. Don't be afraid Go up the ladder to the roof where we can see heaven much better. Go up the ladder to the roof where we can be oh closer to heaven. Stay with me And we shall let expressions sing Hear freedom virtues ringing Oh memories of yesterdays broken dreams.
  6. Anthology, also known as Anthology: The Best of The Supremes, first released in May , is a series of same or similarly titled compilation albums by The Supremes. Motown released revised versions in , and In its initial version, a track triple record collection of hits and rare material, the album charted at #24 on Billboard's "Black Albums" and #66 on "Pop Albums".
  7. May 01,  · Okay, so I’ve been listening to the Gold compilation (but I arranged them in chronological order), and I don’t think there’s a single track I don’t like. I find myself drawn to the post-Ross singles, especially Up The Ladder To The Roof and Bad Weather. I think this is probably because they’re more “modern” sounding.
  8. as Diana Ross & the Supremes B side to No Matter What Sign You Are [Motown ] written by Allen Story as Diana Ross & the Supremes [Motown ] written by Johnny Bristol, Jackey Beavers & Harvey Fuqua. 03/ Up the Ladder to the Roof by The Supremes from Right On. 10 US. 28 AC. 5 R&B. 6 UK [Motown ] written by.

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