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Diana Ross in Central Park - A 25th Anniversary Retrospective Paperback – July 21, 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
Once the author gets to describing the actual concert, things get interesting for Ross fans seeking facts all in one place. Frankly the text of this book would have been more relevant as a booklet as part of a DVD release of the two concerts.
Upon closer examination, this publication resembles books found in school libraries for elementary children. That in itself is not a bad thing. In fact, searching the net for information on the Aplomb Publishing Company I discovered that they are committed to encouraging the creativity and poise all children possess. As well, 10% of the proceeds from the sale of their products is donated to the Drake House in Roswell, Georgia. The Drake House provides a safe haven for mother's and their children as they face the challenge of finding permanent shelter.
The fact that Diana Ross cut the City of New York a personal check for $250,000 for the construction of the children's playground in her name in Central Park brings the book to a child friendly conclusion.
As well, on the Aplomb website, I found several podcasts devoted to opinions on various Diana Ross recordings which will be somewhat interesting to casual and hardcore fans.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this book was a real disapointment...just a rehash of magazine and book accounts. I was hoping for some inside scoops...pretty lame...not even interesting photos...thumbs down...Published on December 17, 2008 by James T. Grattan
This was a great event and it's nice to see someone recognize it on its 25th anniversary. Not a large book by any stretch, but does off the basic details and overview for people... Read morePublished on September 13, 2008 by TGM