The Super Supremes: 'Stop in the Name of Love'
Richard Goldstein, The New York Times, 23 July 1967
THE BREWSTER Project is one of those redbrick slums donated by the city of Detroit to house its local unwashed. Diana Ross, lead singer in the Supremes, grew up there in polite squalor. She came of age with 12-bar rhythm and blues, and took up singing — in church and under the lamp posts.
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