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  • Vinyl
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 1976
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: MOTOWN
  • ASIN: B001963JES
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #942,152 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By gassy goon on November 12, 2008
Format: Vinyl
When Scherrie Payne joined The Supremes, it re-energized the group again. The sound was vibrant, soulful & fresh sounding again. This 1976 album still sounds wonderful & very contemporary today. Brian & Eddie Holland returned to produce The Supremes. They of course , with Lamont Dozier wrote scores of legendary hits for The Supremes, Four Tops, Martha & The Vandellas & all the rest in the Motown stable. But in 1976, it should have been heralded more that they were back with The Supremes. Side One is a perfect soul/funk/dance/pop mix of 4 absolutely killer songs. HIGH ENERGY starts off with a long intro, then Mary Wilson's sultry spoken rap, and the new addition of Susaye Greene [ formerly of Stevie Wonder's Wonderlove, Ray Charles backing singers ], whose high voice glides this mid-tempo churner to new highs. And the musicians sound magnificent too. The dynamic Scherrie Payne takes full reign for the next 3 songs, all scorchingily hot tracks. I'M GONNA LET MY HEART DO THE WALKING is a true dance floor burner, with Scherrie's amazing leads. The Supremes were all over TV making appearances doing this song, which just reached the Top 40 before Motown stopped promoting it. I know this song was played a lot here, but Motown would not take it to the next level to push it. Same was said for Thelma Houston's DON'T LEAVE ME THIS WAY, which radio pushed anyway to make it deservingly a #1 record. ONLY YOU [ CAN LOVE ME LIKE YOU LOVE ME ] and YOU KEEP ME MOVIN' ON are both fiery , hot tracks with skillful writing & production by The Hollands. They mix a bit of rock , swirling orchestration & The Supremes amazing voices to propel these songs into the stratosphere. Vocally, with Scherrie Payne on lead, The Supremes sounded most powerful together and tight in their singing.Read more ›
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When the original Supremes broke up I feared we would never hear the like of their kind of music again. Diana Ross, of course, continued on her way to true super stardom, but what of the ladies who were left without that all important lead singer? When this album came out in 1976 I thought I had died and gone to heaven. Gone were The Supremes of the 60's, with their iconic hit making ability, and here was an entirely new sound for us to accept, reject or be lukewarm over. The Supremes had evolved! My opinion was that they had a winner with this re-entry into the field and it fit right in with the kind of music being recorded and played at the time. I adored this album and still think it's one of their best efforts. It will always have its place in my collection and I have just added it to my online music selections. It's very different than anything they had ever done and I thought that was a smart move on their part. Give those first few tracks a listen and perhaps, you too will enjoy a very different and truly great continuation of the music.
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