The Supremes - The Supremes FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: The Supremes
Style: Soul, Disco
FLAC version ZIP size: 1675 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1822 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1770 mb
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Farewell is a 1970 live album by Diana Ross & the Supremes. The album was recorded over the course of the group's final engagement together at the New Frontier Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, including the final night on January 14, 1970. The show marked Diana Ross' penultimate performance with fellow Supremes members Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong. At the conclusion of the show, new Supremes lead singer Jean Terrell was brought onstage and introduced to the audience.
Anthology (The Supremes album). Anthology, also known as Anthology: The Best of The Supremes, first released in May 1974, is a series of same or similarly titled compilation albums by The Supremes. Motown released revised versions in 1986, 1995 and 2001. In its initial version, a 35-track triple record collection of hits and rare material, the album charted at on Billboard's "Black Albums" and on "Pop Albums".
Diana Ross & the Supremes: Greatest Hits (also released as The Supremes: Greatest Hits) is a two-LP collection of singles and b-sides recorded by The Supremes, released by Motown in August 1967 (see 1967 in music). The packaging for the set includes liner notes by actress Carol Channing (which were originally written for an unreleased album "The Supremes and The Motown Sound: From Broadway To Hollywood") and paintings by Robert Taylor, including collectable 12 inch by 12 inch pin-up portraits of Diana Ross, Florence Ballard, and Mary Wilson. Greatest Hits was their second number-one album on the Billboard 200 and their fifth on the Billboard R&B Albums charts in the United States. It also reached the top of the pop album chart in the United Kingdom.
Meet the Supremes is The Supremes' debut album. The album was released on December 9, 1962. It was produced by Smokey Robinson, Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier & Raynoma Liles. The album was recorded between October of 1960 through September of 1962. It featured teenage quartet Diane Ross, Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard & Barbara Martin. In early 1962, Barbara left the group to start a family and the other girls continued as a trio.
The Supremes - Meet The Supremes (1962). Songs in album The Supremes - Meet The Supremes (1962). 1. Your Heart Belongs To Me.
The Supremes’ name change was meant to increase the wattage of Ross’s starpower, but the group’s golden touch crackled only intermittently in the aftermath. The controversial Love Child scored the group another chart-topper, while a collaboration with labelmates the Temptations delivered a No 2 single and album; otherwise, Diana Ross & the Supremes struggled to scale the upper reaches of the top 30, a parlous state that can perhaps be explained by nd’s acrimonious exit from Motown in 1968. In its full-length album incarnation, Stoned Love opens with swelling strings, celestial pianos and Terrell’s solemn dedication to a great love, one that will surely light up the world.
|A1||He's my man||2:55|
|A2||Early morning love||3:11|
|A3||Where is it I belong||3:53|
|A4||It's all been said before||2:30|
|A5||This is why I believe in you||3:10|
|B1||You can't stop a girl in love||2:31|
|B2||Color my world blue||2:32|
|B3||Give out, but don't give up||2:33|
|B4||Where do I go from here||3:29|
|B5||You turn me around||2:30|
- Pressed By – N.V. Bovema – E5R S 7569
- Producer – Brian Holland (tracks: B4, A2), Clayton Ivey (tracks: B1, B2, B3, B5, A1), Hal Davis (tracks: A5), Mark Davis (tracks: A3), Michael Lloyd (tracks: A4), Terry Woodford (tracks: B1, B2, B3, B5, A1)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): M6-82851-E5RS-7568-1 1-03B
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): M6-82851-E5RS-7569-2 03A-S
|M6-828S1||The Supremes||The Supremes (LP, Album)||Motown||M6-828S1||US||1975|
|STML 11293, OC 062 ○ 96663||The Supremes||The Supremes (LP, Album)||Tamla Motown, Tamla Motown||STML 11293, OC 062 ○ 96663||UK||1975|
|M7-828-HC||The Supremes||The Supremes (Cass, Album)||Motown||M7-828-HC||US||1975|
|2C 066 - 96.663||The Supremes||The Supremes (LP, Album)||Tamla Motown||2C 066 - 96.663||France||1975|
|M6-828||The Supremes||The Supremes (LP, Album)||Top Tape||M6-828||Brazil||1975|