Diana Ross & The Supremes: The No. 1's
Berry Gordy guided Diana Ross with a steady hand, from the teenage pop of early Motown (“Baby Love,” “Stop! In the Name of Love), to the more mature sounds of the Seventies (“Touch Me in the Morning”). From disco (“Love Hangover”) through to the Eighties funk of producer Nile Rodgers (“I’m Coming Out”), Ross had a chameleon’s ability to adapt to her surroundings.