Diana Ross first came to fame with The Supremes in 1961. After a decade and 20 number one hits, The Supremes had become the third biggest pop act of the 60s, trailing only The Beatles and Elvis. In 1970 Diana Ross decided to strike out on her own and had her first solo hit 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough' which sold a million copies. Since then, she has had a string of hits including 'Endless Love', 'Upside Down' and 'Love Hangover'. Hits from the days of The Supremes include 'Where Did Our Love Go', 'Chain Reaction', 'Stop! In The Name of Love', 'You Can't Hurry Love' and 'You Keep Me Hanging On'.
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A bohemian troubadour in a long and sometimes glorious tradition. Maybe you've seen him busking on a street corner, and stopped for a moment, caught by a delicate web of soulful music spun for any passing ear. Think about Jeff Buckley, Ray LaMontagne, Nick Drake, Ben Harper, Damien Rice. Think of the grit and soul of Richard Ashcroft, the raw emotiveness of Neil Diamond. It's the singer and the song. Jack Savoretti is something special. Just one man and his guitar. This is pure music from the source.
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