Diana Ross

I agree. The harder drums/dance sound and it’s placement in the setlist worked really well. I am surprised we didn’t get the title track on this tour though too.
The omission of the title track of her latest album and song the tour was named after was baffling!

The only other song I really missed was When You Tell Me That You Love Me which I would have had in place of If We Hold On Together.
 
The omission of the title track of her latest album and song the tour was named after was baffling!

The only other song I really missed was When You Tell Me That You Love Me which I would have had in place of If We Hold On Together.

I guess the “problem” with having so may hits/songs there will always been something missing. For me it was a couple of the Motown greats like Reflections and Someday We’ll Be Together along with Muscles and (of course) Not Over You Yet. I even DM’d Neil Prince to play it pre show but he isn’t allowed to play any Diana tracks unfortunately. I think another strong slower track is One Shining Moment. To my mind that was in heavy rotation and radio in the UK at time of release.
 
Either she's doing the title track sporadically in some cities or it got cut in Glasgow very last minute. The lights out quite suddenly after "The Boss".
 
She needs to retire I Will Survive. You have survived Miss Ross. Also it's not your song. Also you have 500 better songs in your own discocgraphy.

Agree with this point 100%. Gloria owns the song and is still alive and touring. Diana has so many hits it was a shame this cover was the main closer (thankfully she did The Boss in Glasgow as an encore) in an extended 20 minute version. Not Over You Yet would have gone off in it’s place.
 
She really must love I Will Survive to keep it on the setlist. I remember seeing the Take Me Higher tour and you could tell she loved singing it, and it was an extended version, so it got more treatment than her catalog of hits.
 
I was expecting 'When you tell me that you love me' as the final song. It's not a favourite of mine but as a massive hit for her twice it's absence was baffling.

Yes, it was a huge hit and pretty much revitalised her flagging fortunes at the time. I'm guessing the toll it must take to hit those high notes night after night determined its omission from the set list, though it could have been reworked to make it more manageable. One Shining Moment is the bigger surprise for me as that breathy mid-tempo vocal would surely be do-able for Ms Ross in 2022.

Frustrating that they've not decided on a new Greatest Hits as well - I was thinking this may be a perfect chance to get her video's on a Blu-Ray or even a DVD.
 
Yes, it was a huge hit and pretty much revitalised her flagging fortunes at the time. I'm guessing the toll it must take to hit those high notes night after night determined its omission from the set list, though it could have been reworked to make it more manageable. One Shining Moment is the bigger surprise for me as that breathy mid-tempo vocal would surely be do-able for Ms Ross in 2022.

Frustrating that they've not decided on a new Greatest Hits as well - I was thinking this may be a perfect chance to get her video's on a Blu-Ray or even a DVD.
I'd so snap up a Diana music video collection. All her videos on YouTube, are alas are not in that great quality.
 
Ditto, as would my mum - to have an artist of Diana's stature with no video hits collection is criminal and as you say, the very slim pickings out there woeful quality. Ms Ross deserves better.
Exactly, almost 30 years since this was out on VHS after all!
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