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Great Collection of TV Shows from the Boss. This is from one fan to another. We are here to provide affordable collections and are not trying to make money. You are paying for the cost of materials to make the DVDs as well as time to rip. Ask questions if you have them before purchasing. Please see listing below:

Disc 1

TCB 1968
"Stop! In the Name of Love" Introduction of Diana Ross & the Supremes "You Keep Me Hangin' On" Introduction of the Temptations/"Get Ready" Introduction of Diana Ross/"The Way You Do the Things You Do" Medley: "A Taste of Honey"/"Eleanor Rigby"/"Do You Know the Way to San José"/"Mrs. Robinson"
Medley: "Respect"/"Reflections"/"Afro-Vogue"/"Somewhere"/"Ain't Too Proud to Beg" Introduction of the Temptations Hello, Young Lovers" "For Once in My Life" "(I Know) I'm Losing You" "With a Song in my heart/"Without a Song" Medley: "Come See About Me"/"My World Is Empty Without You"/"Baby Love" I Hear a Symphony" "The Impossible Dream"

Disc 2

GIT 1969
Diana Ross and The Supremes* & Temptations, The - G.I.T. On Broadway

Diana Ross and The Supremes* & Temptations, The - Broadway Medley

Diana Ross and The Supremes* & Temptations, The - Malteds Over Manhattan

Diana Ross - Leading Lady Medley

Temptations, The - Fiddler On The Roof Medley

Diana Ross and The Supremes* & Temptations, The - Student Mountie

Diana Ross and The Supremes* & Temptations, The - Rhythm Of Life

Diana Ross and Temptations, The - Finale: Let The Sunshine In/Funky Broadway/G.I.T. On Broadway (Reprise)

Disc 3

Diana! 1971

Diana Ross - Don't Rain On My Parade
Jackson 5 - Medley
- Mama's pearl
- Walk On By
- The Love You Save
Diana Ross - (They Long To Be) Close To You
Bill Cosby (Segment) & Diana Ross & Bill Cosby
- Love Story
Diana Ross - Remember Me
Jackson 5 - Medley
- I'll Be There
- Feelin'Alright
Danny Thomas (Segment)
Diana Ross - Ain't No Mountain High Enough
Diana Ross - I Love You (Call Me)

Disc 4

Diana Ross - An Evening With 1977 (quality is a bit low but a must have for fans)

An Evening With Diana Ross really displays the artist at the very zenith of her accomplishments. The stage show – along with this CD was recorded in Los Angeles and the Emmy-nominated television special built around it – is a masterful display of Diana Ross doing what she does best – putting on an energetic, versatile, fast-paced show filled with hit songs, standards, and some surprising inclusions. This is much more than a concert; it’s a song-and-story performance, in the same way that the more recent Elaine Stritch At Liberty is. Brilliantly directed by Joe Layton (known for his work on Broadway like Barnum and with Barbra Streisand on her early, successful television specials), the show tells the story of Diana Ross at various points in her life; she uses Harry Nilsson’s The Point! to talk about her children, songs from A Chorus Line to illustrate becoming an actress, and devotes sections to the story of Motown, the Supremes, and the great ladies of jazz and blues like Billie Holiday and Josephine Baker. It is a grand, overblown musical spectacular from start to finish, and never once loses the momentum set from the beginning with her mash-up of “Here I Am” and “I Wouldn’t Change A Thing.”

Disc 5

Diana 1981 TV Special

1. I'm Coming Out (Opening Credits)
2. The Boss
3. It's My Turn
4. Rock With You
5. Home
6. Ease On Down the Road
7. "Hanging with Michael Jackson"
8. Reach Out and Touch Somebody's Hand
9. "Hanging with Larry Hagman"
10. You are Everything -duet with Larry Hagman
11. Reach Out to the Audience
12. Reflections
13. Supremes rock medley
14. Upside Down
15. Rock With You -duet with Michael Jackson
16. Do You Know Where You're Going To
17. Ain't No Mountain High Enough
Disc 6

Diana Ross - Red Hot Rhythm & Blues 1987

TV special on this dvd featuring Etta James, Little Richard, Bernadette Peters, Dick Shawn Billy Dee Williams, LL Cool J and Run DMC in which Diana Ross plays a ficticious R&B singer in an extended sequence which is her first acting role since “The Wiz.” As she had always done in her stage shows, Diana pays tribute to her musical heritage by including Etta James and through sketches that depicted the practice in the 1950s of white artists covering black rock and roll singers’ songs to great commercial success. Among the highlights of this show is a scene where Diana sings the spiritual “991/2 Won’t Do” as part of a gospel choir.