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Every A- and B-side the Supremes released between their founding and Diana Ross's farewell. Along with the smashes, you'll hear fascinating flops (from the early days when they were known as "the no-hit Supremes" around the Motown office!) like Buttered Popcorn and Your Heart Belongs to Me plus alternate pressings, promo tracks, their theme to a cult film, foreign-language versions and more. As for the hits that turned them into pop goddesses: Where Did Our Love Go; Baby Love; Come See About Me; Stop! In the Name of Love; Back in My Arms Again; Nothing but Heartaches; I Hear a Symphony; My World Is Empty Without You; Love Is Like an Itching in My Heart; You Can't Hurry Love; You Keep Me Hangin' On, and more. 82 tracks!
To attach the title of "Diana Ross & The Supremes" to any compilation that attends to highlight the still uncontested achievement of THE SUPREMES, that still maintain them as the #... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Gafe Garcia
Beautifully remastered recordings in one of the best presentations for a compilation album ever. I even like the cover even though there have been comments by others in the... Read morePublished on June 24, 2013 by Janine Bailey
Diana, Mary and Florence, Florence Ballard still supreme! this has to be the greatest anthology of the girls work . out there!! Read morePublished on April 5, 2013 by henry g. elliott
i really miss an introductory essay from an historic view. and i really miss a comment from an motown insider.The motown singles collection have both. Read morePublished on March 31, 2012 by rodolform
Why do they mix it back to Mono when there exist excellent digital remastered Stereo-Mixes ?(For example "The Supremes/ Gold" and "Diana Ross&The Supremes/ Anthology" >> Version... Read morePublished on March 1, 2012 by Chris
I love the old Motown stuff. I have an abundance of Motown recordings that I have enjoyed for many years. Read morePublished on December 6, 2011 by rollo
First of all lets clarify that the artist on this recordings are THE SUPREMES which after the ousting of Florence Ballard when she rebelled against the agenda created by Diane Ross... Read morePublished on November 23, 2011 by SUPREMEFAN
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There's obviously a market for them - some people will allow themselves to be hoodwinked into buying anything.
If you have the Motown singles boxes, or a good anthology of the girls, there's no need for this, completists be damned.
Oct 10, 2011 by Jonathan Schult | See all 3 posts
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