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listen14. Baby Don't Go (Stereo Version) 2:12$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen16. I Want A Guy (Stereo Version) 2:52$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen18. You Bring Back Memories (Stereo Version) 2:38$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen19. Time Changes Things (Stereo Version) 2:32$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen23. Your Heart Belongs To Me (Live At The Apollo Theater) 2:46$0.99  Buy MP3 
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listen14. The Tears (Stereo Mix) 2:53$0.99  Buy MP3 
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listen18. Standing At The Crossroads Of Love (Battle Of The Stars: Live At The Graystone 1964) 2:28$0.99  Buy MP3 
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listen20. Time Changes Things (Battle Of The Stars: Live At The Graystone 1964) 2:24$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen21. Make Someone Happy (Battle Of The Stars: Live At The Graystone 1964) 4:34$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen22. Let Me Go The Right Way (Battle Of The Stars: Live At The Graystone 1964) 4:04$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen23. When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes (Battle Of The Stars: Live At The Graystone 1964) 2:51$0.99  Buy MP3 


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 18, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 1962
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Hip-O Select
  • ASIN: B003AQWR52
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,250 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

The album that introduced the world to the biggest female group in recorded music returns, expanded supremely with rare cuts from their first sessions, unissued live tracks and more. Along with the hits Your Heart Belongs to Me; Let Me Go the Right Way , and the rest of this 1962 LP (here in both mono and stereo), you'll hear I Want a Guy; Time Changes Things; Run, Run, Run; Make Someone Happy (those four live in '62 and '64); alternate versions of Buttered Popcorn and You Can Depend on Me ; stereo mixes of Save Me a Star and The Tears , and more!

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A great treat for Supreme fans.
Dana Eipper
Needless to say, Hip-O-Select has done another fantastic job of remastering the original tracks.
Alex Honda
Some outtakes of "Buttered Popcorn" are interesting for reference sake.
T. A. Shepherd

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Franjoy on May 24, 2010
Format: Audio CD
By the time you heard the last track on disc 2 of this CD "When the Lovelites start shinning in his eyes" Live at the Greystone Ballroom in Detroit, the Supremes were standing at the crossroads of stardom indeed by Feb 1964, they just didn't know it, and loosing to the Velvelttes didn't help, especially since "Lovelites" had outsold more copies than "Needle in A Haystack", the public at the Greytone appreciated more soul over style and substance.

But before they got there the Supremes had to go through three grueling years of turning out 8 releases only one of which neared the top 20, while the rest got no higher than #75. This collection of supremes songs are what made the Supremes the supremes, the early workings of the group the sound was raw with diane, mary, barbara & Flo, Barbara left in late 61 and appears on only 7 of the tracks from the original LP release and most of the other songs like "Afterall" with all four Supremes leading she is heard on the third verse, and also the monologue of He's Seventeen. These songs reveal that the Supremes had real talent, Flo had the raucnhy vocals, ala "Buttered Popcorn" and hearing these versions i am convinced now more than ever that the record could have been a hit (the single version is the cleaned up version) had Gordy not been so one sided with what he perceived as crossover, this is also true of Let Me go the right way with a little more push it could have went up higher than #90. The live versions of the Supremes "Run, Run, Run" "Go the right way" and "Lovelites" were the Supremes' showstoppers (but what happened to the live version of "Buttered Popcorn" why was it omitted from this collection).
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By R. M. Desjardins on May 27, 2010
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That Diana Ross, Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson were the voice of teenage longing in the mid sixties has never been in question, but the recently expanded reissue of their 1962 debut recording "Meet The Supremes" is revelatory in that it fully exposes the raw, hungry passion of the original trio and soon to be gone member, Barbara Martin.

While one could not consider the Supremes the first female garage vocal group, the fire and ice emitting from Diana Ross' vocals as evidenced in "Too Hot" are steamy indeed, and hint at the inferno that future fine tuning at the hands of writing and production team Holland-Dozier-Holland would unleash.

The steely determination of a young Diana Ross is fully captured in her live lead vocals of "Run, Run, Run","Let Me Go The Right Way", and "Your Heart Belongs To Me". Two standout live selections, from The Battle of the Stars, Live at the Graystone Ballroom from 1964 which pitted the Supremes against the Velvelettes "Anyone Who Had A Heart", and "Make Someone Happy" foreshadow the broad appeal the group that would become the group's trademark.

When these seminal recordings were re-released with a new cover in 1965, fans of the HDH made over group may have been startled at the raw edgy energy of these first recording sessions, and even Mary Wilson has reflected that "these songs sound better than I remembered."

Hip-o Select has gone all out with this high quality expanded edition, that they are so well known for, featuring the original mono and stereo sessions, alternative takes, leads featuring Florence and Mary, and live selections from the Motortown Special Review from 1962.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Diana von zech on May 18, 2010
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meet the supremes is a look back to when the girls sang as a group,and shared leads.also the fans get to meet barbara martin,who left in 1962 to get married. she sang on many early recordings and can be heard solo on after all and the spoken word on hes seventeen.this lp was released in 1962 while motown was at the apolo(new york).this expanded edition also includes rare live shows from 62 and early 64 before they became the #1 girl group in the WORLD.also it is nice to have all of flos early recordings together. sadly no live recording of buttered popcorn was available for this set.mary wilson sings lead on the tears this is one of her fan favorites,i wish she would do this in her live show.dianas surprise is TOO HOT why this wasnt considered for single ill never know.the booklet shows pictures of the supremes in white dresses ckeck out motowns complete singles 1962 the marvelettes have on the same dress i guess thats why gladys horton said her dress (diana) looked like a night gown. miss ross had a habit of buying the same dresses as the other acts martha and the vandellas and patti labelle both mention this in there books. i must thank hippo-select for a wonderful reissue,please release country,western,and pop in stereo with out takes.florence would have loved this.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By T. A. Shepherd on May 21, 2010
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Having been a fan since grade school (that would be 1962--"Your Heart Belongs To Me"), seeing the re-issue of these early recordings is not only rewarding to me personnaly, but most importantly, this album finally has the recognition it deserves. A young Diana Ross was putting together a unique vocal sound, incorporating her phrasing with her training in gospel singing. Listen, for instance, to the mono vocal on "Who's Lovin' You". And people thought the Jackson 5 was the definitive version. Nonsense. Ms. Ross reaches for the depths of her soul and pours out a vocal that's as pure as it gets. On "You Bring Back Memories", the ladies do some three part harmony vocals that step into The Barrett Sisters territory. The songs on the original album are penned mostly by Berry Gordy or Smokey Robinson, as was the practice in the early days. "Your Heart Belongs to Me" was either passed up by Mary Wells, or written for the Supremes. I don't recall. I'm so glad The Supremes did it instead. "Time Changes Things", I believe, features Eddie Willis playing the funky Latin guitar rhythm, as in the Mary Wells classic, "Old Love". The singles include "I Want A Guy" b/w "Never Again", "Buttered Popcorn" b/w "Who's Lovin' You" (a grave mistake), "Your Heart Belongs To Me" b/w "(He's) Seventeen", "Let Me Go The Right Way" b/w "Time Changes Things" and "You Bring Back Memories", relgated to the B-side of "My Heart Can't Take It No More". My favorite track remains Mary Wilson's beautiful recording of Gordy's "Baby Don't Go". Florence Ballard is featured on a couple of fine ballads on Disc 2: "Heavenly Father" and "Save Me A Star". But her finest moments wouldn't be realised until two years later when she stunned the night club crowd with her performance of "People".Read more ›
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Great stuff: I'm also looking forward to the next edition of the 70s Supremes, Vol.2; The Scherrie Payne Years!
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