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Diana Ross Review, Glastonbury 2022: 70's Slowback from Beloved Pop Icon

Come backPaul McCartneyvoice, everything is allowed. At the weekend Grand Parade by the hit makers of the 1960s, the pipes ofDiana Rossare definitely rusted. "There is a lot of power in our determination," she wisely tells us not only about the struggles to make the thank-you tour and the appearance of this legend slot, but also about the tension of her big glottis.

The Queen of Motown may appear in the "I'm Coming Out" fanfare from the wings of the Bubble Canal. She seems to have materialized directly from the dimension inhabited by the fascinating Snowflake people, but sometimes it sounds like she's doing disco karaoke after four nights in Shangri-La for the next 75 minutes. In particular, the "chain reaction" is flatter than the landslide that hit Ian Brown's house. The

effect is a set of powerful support groups of 100,000 people, as much as a festive singing. Being in front of such a supernaturally famous and world-famous pop icon still has a magical Frisson. The permanent masses of Glastonbury cannot escape this without a fight. They are her first Supremes hits "Baby Love", "Stop! You Can't Hurry" and "You Can't Hurry" are kicked out as early as the Death Wish of the Legend Slots. They even failed when Ross tried to start a single coder with a gentle soul ballad of "I'm still waiting". The star and her song get all the love. Performance itself is a secondary concern.

That is, it's hard to see the purse at her homeThank youuntil Ross commits the slot of the Legendary Cardinal and inserts her new album. "Tomorrow" is a lively disco dish, the title shows a great throwback into the soul of disco in the 70's, but the last thing we're here is to sell, no matter how sweet. The tropical modern pop of "If the world just danced" suggests that all our problems may be solved by a lively conga. Probably Down Club ExxonMobil.

From there, you can hear the cry "I feel 47!". In the middle of a wonderful "upside down", front row guards perform a normal dance routine, and her Dolly Parton country pop moment "Ease on Down the Road" is frankly a terrible "love habit". Despite this, she's in love pulling the setback. ". Songs such as" Ain't No Mountain High Enough "and" Love Survival "are her popular shortpers and hits but are completely owned. It's a shame that Ross feels it's a track he hasn't done. "I Will Survive" has been taken over by "Billie Jean" and DJ Khaled's "All IDois Win". But now the crowd is singing for themselves. I am glad to have such a fascinating mastermind.