Diana Ross - Ain't No Mountain High Enough / Can't It Wait Until Tomorrow mp3 album
from the album Diana Ross. Can't It Wait Until Tomorrow". Ross' version of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" rose up to number one on both the pop and R&B singles charts. Ross received a Grammy nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. This version is in the key of C minor for most of the song, then towards the end, the key changes to F sharp major. In 2017, "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" was remixed by Eric Kupper, StoneBridge, and Chris Cox, amongst others, on Motown/UMe Chart history.
Listen, baby Ain't no mountain high Ain't no valley low Ain't no river wide enough, baby. If you need me, call me No matter where you are No matter how far (Don't worry, baby) Just call my name I'll be there in a hurry You don't have to worry Cause baby there. Ain't no mountain high enough Ain't no valley low enough Ain't no river wide enough To keep me from getting to you, babe
45RPM MOT-1101 Made in Japan. Excerpt from Diana Ross - Diana Ross. Matrix, Runout (Side 1): M-1169-A.
Album: Ain't No Mountain High Enough. Nickolas Ashford/Valerie Simpson). I know you're standing there Trying to say the words You took so long to prepare But I laugh, pretending I don't see Cause I don't wanna hear What you got to say to me. Can't it wait until tomorrow Before you bring me the showers Can't it wait until tomorrow Give me 24 more hours. I 've seen it coming for quite sometime now Don't you know I've tried to stop it In every way I know how And I know it's hard for you As it is for me So listen to my heart Begging desperately
Diana Ross Ain't No Mountain High Enough (Live At Caesar's Palace/1974) (Live At Caesar's Palace/1974). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Diana Ross You're All I Need To Get By (03-"Diana Ross/Ain't No Mountain High Enough"-1970). Diana Ross Ain't No Mountain High Enough (StoneBridge Retro Classic Mix - Main) (StoneBridge Retro Classic Mix. 04:58.
The Supremes sang this on the 1968 duets album Diana Ross & The Supremes Join the Temptations. Ross paired with Dennis Edwards on the track, who had just replaced David Ruffin as the Temps' lead singer. Two years later, Ross garnered her first US solo hit with an innovative cover of the song. Ashford & Simpson were invited to co-produce Ross' debut album, and they had lofty ideas for their mountainous tune. We delayed the song's familiar chorus - 'Ain't no mountain high enough, ain't no valley low enough' - until about 4 minutes into the song and treated it as the climax. We held the chorus back because listeners already knew it and expected it would come eventually. Berry Gordy wasn't sold on the idea for such a lengthy single, especially with the late chorus. Ashford & Simpson were forced to cut it down to 3:32, but many DJs opted to play the album version instead.