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read Diana Ross A Biography doc ☆ Hardcover Ò dogsalonbristol ↠ [Reading] ➵ Diana Ross A Biography ➼ J. Randy Taraborrelli – There is only one Diana Ross And this is her story Drawn from hundreds of interviews conducted over four decades and featuring rare never bAborrelli boldly explores Diana's troubled relationship with her family and the heartbreak she feels compelled to hide bringing into focus a celebrated personality too often obscured by the bright lights of fame Despite years in the limelight Diana Ross remains an enigmatic figure a compelling paradox of vulnerability and iron will fragility and strength J Randy Taraborrelli examines her private world to reveal a complex inspiring triumphant survivor in unprecedented clarity Ladies and gentlemen the incomparable the one and only Diana Ros What was I thinking when seeing the book in the library some profound disection of Ms Ross an in depth look into her life well after many chapters of trashing Ms Ross it seems she was destined to be a Diva and no one in this world was going to stop her not even in the name of love Did not realize she had several children not that it mattered I believe according to Taraborelli she chose her lifedetermined that any focus would be on her and I believe it has its own rewards by no one wanting to be around you but hey she had a pretty good life never did like her singing voice

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Paralleled access J Randy Taraborrelli's insightful portrait surpasses previous biographies of Miss Ross First time revelations abound from the tough decisions Diana made while having Barry Gordy's baby to her run in with the police at Heathrow Airport to her triumphant recovery after a surprising drunk driving arrest Taraborrelli also explains in vivid detail the real reasons behind the break up of the Supremes and relates the exclusive facts behind her complex romance with the founder of Motown Delving deep into her personal history Tar The authorbiographer got his start as a writer for fanzines and it certainly shows in this book The writing uality is sometimes pedestrian and he easily weaves back and forth from biography to hagiography From critiueing to cheerleading With those caveats I will say that I loved this book Its a book that probably only those of a certain generation will Those like me who grew up to a Motown soundtrack And its ueen D Ross Anytime a book can describe a song and the events that surrounded it and then have me singing those long forgotten lyrics in the shower the next day is a powerful book Dredging up reels of Ed Sullivan Flip Wilson and Hootanny TV shows from the back of my mind Love or hate D Ross her place in history is undeniable And what a life it is If you like me start reading the book with generally negative feelings about her you are likely to be a tad sympathetic by the end

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Diana Ross A BiographyThere is only one Diana Ross And this is her story Drawn from hundreds of interviews conducted over four decades and featuring rare never before published photos Diana Ross paints an unforgettable picture of an extraordinary and often controversial legend a woman who has distinguished herself as a Civil Rights trailblazer a temperamental celebrity yes you should call her Miss Ross a loving and very present mother and a consummate entertainer Beautiful and fascinating she is her own invention the definition of a superstar Illuminated by un J Randy Taraborrelli has totally rewritten expanded and updated his 1989 bio CAL HER MISS ROSS to create what is now truly a definitive biography The new book boasts epic research including extensive interviews with Ross and virtually all the major people in her life his enviable first hand access began in the 1970s when he started an international fan club for the Supremes and later worked for Mary Wilson This time out there is background about the early Supremes years that yields a complex and fascinating tale of ambition ego insecurities and harsh showbiz realities Taraborrelli delves deeply into Ross's psyche allowing readers to fully appreciate her drive to escape Detroit and conuer the music world The book also benefits greatly from Taraborrelli's thoughtful analysis of conflicting viewpoints represented in published memoirs by Ross Wilson Berry Gordy and a slew of Motown performers It's to Taraborrelli's credit that he refuses to cast people as one dimensional heroes victims or villains This riveting page turner is actually a tribute to a woman who has survived and thrived for than four decades in a profession littered with one hit wonders