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The Supremes

The most successful American performers of the 1960s, the Supremes for a time rivaled even the Beatles in terms of red-hot commercial appeal, reeling off five number one singles in a row at one point. Critical revisionism has tended to undervalue the Supremes' accomplishments, categorizing their work as more lightweight than the best soul stars (or even the best Motown stars), and viewing them as a tool for Berry Gordy's crossover aspirations. There's no question that there was about as much pop as soul in the Supremes' hits, that even some of their biggest hits could sound formulaic, and that they were probably the black performers who were most successful at infiltrating the tastes and televisions of middle America. This shouldn't diminish either their extraordinary achievements or their fine music, the best of which renders the pop vs. soul question moot with its excellence.

The Supremes were not an overnight success story, although it might have seemed that way when they began topping the charts with sure-fire regularity. The trio that would become famous as the Supremes -- Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, and Florence Ballard -- met in the late '50s in Detroit's Brewster housing project. Originally known as the Primettes, they were a quartet (Barbara Martin was the fourth member) when they made their first single for the Lupine label in 1960. By the time they debuted for Motown in 1961, they had been renamed the Supremes; Barbara Martin reduced them to a trio when she left after their first single.

The Supremes' first Motown recordings were much more girl group-oriented than their later hits. Additionally, not all of them featured Diana Ross on lead vocals; Flo Ballard, considered to have as good or better a voice, also sang lead. Through a lengthy series of flops, Berry Gordy remained confident that the group would eventually prove to be one of Motown's biggest. By the time they finally did get their first Top 40 hit, "When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes," in late 1963, Ross had taken over the lead singing for good.

Ross was not the most talented female singer at Motown; Martha Reeves and Gladys Knight in particular had superior talents. What she did have, however, was the most purely pop appeal. Gordy's patience and attention paid off in mid-1964, when "Where Did Our Love Go" went to number one. Written by Holland-Dozier-Holland, it established the prototype for their run of five consecutive number-one hits in 1964-1965 (also including "Baby Love," "Stop! In the Name of Love," "Come See About Me," and "Back in My Arms Again"). Ross' cooing vocals would front the Supremes' decorative backup vocals, put over on television and live performance with highly stylized choreography and visual style. Holland-Dozier-Holland would write and produce all of the Supremes' hits through the end of 1967.

Not all of the Supremes' singles went to number one after 1965, but they usually did awfully well, and were written and produced with enough variety (but enough of a characteristic sound) to ensure continual interest. The chart-topping (and uncharacteristically tough) "You Keep Me Hangin' On" was the best of their mid-period hits. Behind the scenes, there were some problems brewing, although these only came to light long after the event. Other Motown stars (most notably Martha Reeves) resented what they perceived as the inordinate attention lavished upon Ross by Gordy, at the expense of other artists on the label. The other Supremes themselves felt increasingly pushed to the background. In mid-1967, as a result of what was deemed increasingly unprofessional behavior, Ballard was replaced by Cindy Birdsong (from Patti LaBelle & the Bluebelles). Ballard become one of rock's greatest tragedies, eventually ending up on welfare, and dying in 1976.

After Ballard's exit, the group would be billed as Diana Ross & the Supremes, fueling speculation that Ross was being groomed for a solo career. The Supremes had a big year in 1967, even incorporating some mild psychedelic influences into "Reflections." Holland-Dozier-Holland, however, left Motown around this time, and the quality of the Supremes' records suffered accordingly (as did the Motown organization as a whole). The Supremes were still superstars, but as a unit, they were disintegrating; it's been reported that Wilson and Birdsong didn't even sing on their final hits, a couple of which ("Love Child" and "Someday We'll Be Together") were among their best.

In November 1969, Ross' imminent departure for a solo career was announced, although she played a few more dates with them, the last in Las Vegas in January 1970. Jean Terrell replaced Ross, and the group continued through 1977, with some more personnel changes (although Mary Wilson was always involved). Some of the early Ross-less singles were fine records, particularly "Stoned Love," "Nathan Jones," and the Supremes-Four Tops duet "River Deep -- Mountain High." Few groups have been able to rise to the occasion after the loss of their figurehead, though, and the Supremes proved no exception, rarely making the charts after 1972. It is the Diana Ross-led era of the 1960s for which they'll be remembered. ~ Richie Unterberger
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Let Yourself Go: The '70s Albums, Vol. 2: 1974-1977 - The Final Sessions

Disc 1

1. He's My Man

2. Early Morning Love

3. Where Is It I Belong

4. It's All Been Said Before

5. This Is Why I Believe In You

6. You Can't Stop A Girl In Love

7. Color My World Blue

8. Give Out, But Don't Give Up

9. Where Do I Go From Here

10. You Turn Me Around

11. The Shoop Shoop Song

12. The Sha-La Bandit (Alternate Version 3)

13. Color My World Blue (Alternate Version)

14. Mr. Boogie

15. Dance Fever

16. Seed Of Love

17. Give Out, But Don't Give Up (Group Lead Version)

18. You Can't Stop A Girl In Love (Early Version)

19. Bend A Little (Extended Version)

20. I Can Never Recover

21. Can We Love Again

22. Where Do I Go From Here (Single Remix)

23. The Sha-La Bandit (Alternate Version 1)

24. He's My Man (Extended Version)

Disc 2

1. High Energy

2. I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do The Walking

3. Only You (Can Love Me Like You Love Me)

4. You Keep Me Moving On

5. Don't Let My Teardrops Bother You

6. Till The Boat Sails Away

7. I Don't Want To Lose You

8. You're What's Missing In My Life

9. High Energy (Original Terrana Mix)

10. I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do The Walking (Original Terrana Mix)

11. Only You (Can Love Me Like You Love Me) (Original Terrana Mix)

12. You Keep Me Moving On (Original Terrana Mix)

13. Don't Let My Teardrops Bother You (Original Terrana Mix)

14. Till The Boat Sails Away (Original Terrana Mix)

15. I Don't Want To Lose You (Original Terrana Mix)

16. You're What's Missing In My Life (Original Terrana Mix)

17. There's Room At The Top (Alternate Version)

18. You're What's Missing In My Life (Mary Wilson Lead Version)

19. I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do The Walking (Susaye Greene Lead Version)

Disc 3

1. You're My Driving Wheel

2. Sweet Dream Machine

3. Let Yourself Go

4. Come In To My Life

5. We Should Be Closer Together

6. I Don't Want To Be Tied Down

7. You Are The Heart Of Me

8. Love I Never Knew You Could Feel So Good

9. Give Out, But Don't Give Up (Mary Wilson Lead Version)

10. High Energy (Alternate Version)

11. I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do The Walking (Alternate Version)

12. Only You (Can Love Me Like You Love Me) (Alternate Version)

13. You're What's Missing In My Life (Scherrie Payne Lead Version)

14. You're My Driving Wheel (Alternate Version)

15. Sweet Dream Machine (Alternate Version)

16. Love I Never Knew You Could Feel So Good (Alternate Version)

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Track List: Supreme Rarities: Let The Music Play

Disc 1

1. You Can Depend On Me

3. Because I Love Him

5. Too Hot

19. You Can't Hurry Love

Disc 2
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Track List: The Jean Terrell Years (1970-1973)

Disc 1

1. Up The Ladder To The Roof

2. Then We Can Try Again

3. Everybody's Got The Right To Love

4. Wait A Minute Before You Leave Me

5. You Move Me

6. But I Love You More

7. I Got Hurt (Trying To Be The Only Girl In Your Life)

8. Baby Baby

9. Take A Closer Look At Me

10. Then I Met You

11. Bill, When Are You Coming Back

12. The Loving Country

13. Together We Can Make Such Sweet Music

14. Stoned Love

15. It's Time To Break Down

16. Bridge Over Troubled Water

17. I Wish I Were Your Mirror

18. Come Together

19. Is There A Place (In His Heart For Me)

20. Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye

21. Shine On Me

22. Thank Him For Today

Disc 2

1. This Is The Story

2. Nathan Jones

3. Here Comes The Sunrise

4. Love It Came To Me This Time

5. Johnny Raven

6. Have I Lost You

7. Time And Love

8. Touch

9. Happy (Is A Bumpy Road)

10. It's So Hard For Me To Say Goodbye

11. Tears Left Over

12. Eleanor Rigby

13. I Ain't Got The Love Of The One I Love

14. Can't Get You Out Of My Mind

15. Take A Look Inside

16. Still Water (Love)

17. Take Your Dreams Back

18. I Don't Want To Own You (I Just Want To Love You)

19. Chained To Yesterday

20. If I Were Your Woman

21. I Ain't That Easy To Lose

22. And I Thought You Loved Me

23. It's Too Late

24. May His Love Shine Forever

Disc 3

1. Your Wonderful Sweet, Sweet Love

2. Floy Joy

3. A Heart Like Mine

4. Over And Over

5. Precious Little Things

6. Now The Bitter, Now The Sweet

7. Automatically Sunshine

8. The Wisdom Of Time

9. Oh Be My Love

10. I Guess I'll Miss The Man

11. 5:30 Plane

12. Tossin And Turnin

13. When Can Brown Begin

14. Beyond Myself

15. Il Voce De Silenzio (Silent Voices)

16. All I Want

17. Once In The Morning

18. I Keep It Hid

19. Paradise

20. Cheap Lovin'

21. Bad Weather

22. Love Train

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Track List: Gold: The Supremes

Disc 1

1. When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes

2. Where Did Our Love Go

3. Ask Any Girl

4. Baby Love

5. Run, Run, Run

6. Stop! In The Name of Love

7. Back In My Arms Again

8. Come See About Me

9. Nothing But Heartaches

10. Everything Is Good About You

11. I Hear A Symphony

12. Love Is Here and Now You're Gone

13. My World Is Empty Without You

14. Whisper You Love Me Boy

15. The Happening

16. You Keep Me Hangin' On

17. You Can't Hurry Love

18. Standing At The Crossroads Of Love

19. Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart

20. There's No Stopping Us Now

Disc 2

1. Reflections

2. Someday We'll Be Together

3. Love Child

4. Some Things You Never Get Used To

5. Forever Came Today

6. In And Out Of Love

7. I'm Livin' In Shame

8. No Matter What Sign You Are

9. The Composer

10. I'm Gonna Make You Love Me (Feat. The Temptations)

11. Stoned Love

12. I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do The Walking

13. Floy Joy

14. Nathan Jones

15. The Sha La Bandit

16. Up The Ladder To The Roof

17. You're My Driving Wheel

18. Everybody's Got The Right Love

19. Bad Weather

20. Love Train

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Track List: 70's Anthology

Disc 1

1. Up The Ladder To The Roof

2. Everybody's Got The Right To Love

3. The Love Country

4. Life Beats

5. Together We Can Make Such Sweet Music

6. Stoned Love

7. It's Time To Break Down

8. River Deep, Mountain High

9. Nathan Jones

10. Touch

11. Function At The Junction

12. Love The One You're With

13. Oh My Poor Baby

14. Make It With You

15. I'll Let Him Know That I Love Him

16. Never Can Say Goodbye

17. Walk With Me, Talk With Me Darling

18. Floy Joy

19. Automatically Sunshine

20. Your Wonderful Sweet Sweet Love

21. When Can Brown Begin

22. I Keep It Hid

Disc 2

1. All I Want

2. I Guess I'll Miss The man

3. Bad Weather

4. Love Train (Unedited Version)

5. The Sha-La Bandit (Alternate Vocals Version)

6. It's All Been Said Before

7. He's My Man (Extended Version)

8. Give Out, But Don't Give Up

9. Where Do I Go From Here

10. Bend A Little

11. Can We Love Again

12. High Energy (Alternate Version)

13. I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do The Walking

14. You're What's Missing In My Life

15. Don't let My Teardrops Bother You (Alternate Mix)

16. There's Room At The Top

17. You're My Driving Wheel

18. Let Yourself Go

19. Love I Never Knew You Could Feel So Good

20. We Should Be Closer Together

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Track List: Anthology: The Best Of Diana Ross & The Supremes

Disc 1

1. I Want A Guy

2. Buttered Popcorn

3. Your Heart Belongs To Me

4. Let Me Go The Right Way

5. A Breath Taking Guy

6. Long Gone Lover

7. When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes

8. Send Me No Flowers

9. Where Did Our Love Go

10. Baby Love

11. Come See About Me

12. Stop! In The Name Of Love

13. Back In My Arms Again

14. Nothing But Heartaches

15. Mother Dear

17. I Hear A Symphony

18. He's All I Got

19. My World Is Empty Without You

20. Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart

21. You Can't Hurry Love

22. You Keep Me Hangin' On

23. Remove This Doubt

24. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone

25. The Happening

Disc 2

1. Reflections

8. Love Child

17. Up The Ladder To The Roof

18. Everybody's Got The Right To Love

19. Stoned Love

21. Nathan Jones

22. Floy Joy

23. Automatically Sunshine

24. Your Wonderful, Sweet, Sweet love

25. Paradise

26. I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do The Walking

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Track List: I Hear A Symphony

Disc 1
Disc 2
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Track List: At The Copa: Expanded Edition

Disc 1

1. Opening Introduction (Live At The Copa/1965)

2. Put On A Happy Face (Live At The Copa/1965)

3. I Am Woman (Live At The Copa/1965)

4. Baby Love (Live At The Copa/1965)

5. Stop! In The Name Of Love (Live At The Copa/1965)

6. The Boy From Ipanema (Live At The Copa/1965)

7. Make Someone Happy/Time After Time (Live At The Copa/1965)

8. Come See About Me (Live At The Copa/1965)

9. Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody (Live At The Copa/1965)

10. Queen Of The House (Live At The Copa/1965)

11. Group Introduction (Live At The Copa/1965)

12. Somewhere (Live At The Copa/1965)

13. Back In My Arms Again (Live At The Copa/1965)

14. Sam Cooke Medley: You Send Me/(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons/Cupid/Chain Gang/Bring It On Home To Me/Shake (Live At The Copa/1965)

15. You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You (Live At The Copa/1965)

16. Put On A Happy Face (Live At The Copa/1965

17. Stop! In The Name Of Love (Live At The Copa/1965

18. The Boy From Ipanema (Live At The Copa/1965

19. Come See About Me (Live At The Copa/1965

20. Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) (Live At The Copa/1965

21. Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody (Live At The Copa/1965

22. Where Did Our Love Go (Live At The Copa/1965

23. Nothing But Heartaches (Live At The Copa/1965

24. Back In My Arms Again (Live At The Copa/1965

25. Sam Cooke Medley: You Send Me/(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons/Cupid/Chain Gang/Bring It On Home To Me/Shake (Live At The Copa/1965

Disc 2

1. Opening Introduction (Live At The Copa/1965

2. From This Moment On

3. Put On A Happy Face (Live At The Copa/1965

4. Tonight/The Way You Look Tonight

5. Baby Love (Live At The Copa/1965

6. Stop! In The Name Of Love (Live At The Copa/1965

7. The Boy From Ipanema (Live At The Copa/1965

8. Where Did Our Love Go (Live At The Copa/1965

9. I Am Woman (Live At The Copa/1965

10. Band Introduction

11. Make Someone Happy/Time After Time (Live At The Copa/1965

12. Come See About Me (Live At The Copa/1965

13. Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody (Live At The Copa/1965

14. Queen Of The House (Live At The Copa/1965- Alternate Stereo Mix)

15. Group Introduction (Live At The Copa/1965

16. Somewhere (Live At The Copa/1965

17. Nothing But Heartaches (Live At The Copa/1965

18. Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) (Live At The Copa/1965

19. Back In My Arms Again (Live At The Copa/1965

20. Sam Cooke Medley: You Send Me/(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons/Cupid/Chain Gang/Bring It On Home To Me/Shake (Live At The Copa/1965

21. You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You (Live At The Copa/1965

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The bossss ��stepinggg. . . love this song
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dragonlady60 8 8
OH...BABYYYY Y Y Y
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I love you more then life itself don't ha an endless love mimi
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mysteriousst r a n g e r s 8 6
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The only song I'd play on the paino with my daddy when I was a little girl, miss him, My hero my First true love :-_(
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They had style & grace that most can't match...espe c i a l l y today
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The Supremes were are great group only because they got more exposure than the other girl groups at Motown. Martha Reeves and the Vandellas and the Marvelettes had a way better sound than the Supremes. I'm thankful that we had all of them though.
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The best of Motown legends...
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Baby Love .....
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You can't hurry love!!! I know!!!! But , then again it's worth the wait!!!�����
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Diana Ross is one beautiful lady! Very classy, too.
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Saw them in Vegas in the 70's. Great trio. Great memories.
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Okay My emotions got the best of Me
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Lxs.s.
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Hyped way too much
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I m waiting for you come over anytime
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Simply the best music era.
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Love this mucis
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I love this duet!!! This is one of my favorite duets ever !!! PS. Love Dianna Ross !
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Great music era!
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Diana Ross and the Supremes, beautiful.
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White male, 63...The Supremes still the best!
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I don't like this version
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ami megusta me facina y meencanta los oldies maria
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Happy St. Patrick's day!!
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'Little gto
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The Supremes.
I'm Gonna Make You Love Me...
Always Liked Motown.
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What I wouldn't give to go back...
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Perhaps the finest female group ever!
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BEAUITFUL TIMES
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Those were the good old days.
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45s and 8 tracks very Cool
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Wow member these memories
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So come see about me boo!If love me like say.....baby love ..don't break my heart.... Come let kiss does sweet lips think over.
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Love Where did our love go
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Also some of the sixties.
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Love all the class acts of the fifties, nothing today can compare. Rock on.
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,I like the platers
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LIKE !!!!!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! !
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there's nothing like oldies they never get old and this my favorite song
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ECG oh ovvfetvohfeh w o d s p h b caggfjffggrt d v t c u r r v f y s f o k p p m o j b vtzcd t cdoihpno...e f b h d p o j nhtttdjyow
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Love the way they sing
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There music actually means something
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I love them
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Yep true cannot hurry love and make nobody love you
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Keep knockin.... I love this music.. Its in my blood
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