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Budget-priced hits collection. 20 tracks, including 'Where Did Our Love Go', 'Baby Love', 'Stop! In The Name Of Love', 'You Can't Hurry Love', 'Reflections', 'Love Child', 'Some Day We'll Together', 'You Keep Me Hangin' On' and 'I Hear A Symphony'. 1997 release.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Where Did Our Love Go
  2. Baby Love
  3. Stop! In The Name Of Love
  4. You Can't Hurry Love
  5. Reflections
  6. Love Child
  7. Someday We'll Be Together
  8. You Keep Me Hangin' On
  9. This Happening
  10. I Hear A Symphony
  11. Why(Must We Fall In Love)
  12. No Matter What Sign You Are
  13. Honey Bee(Keep Stinging Me)
  14. Whisper You Love Me Boy
  15. Forever Came Today
  16. The Young Folks
  17. Ask Any Girl
  18. You Send Me
  19. Some Things You Never Get Used To
  20. Keep An Eye


Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 30, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Universal/Spectrum
  • ASIN: B000024WRQ
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #622,930 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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One of their better "Greatest Hits" collections at a great price! Originally bought this as a gift for a friend who is a fan of the famous trio originally known as "The Supremes" whose Motown (Detroit) influenced R&B and Pop kept our fingers snapping, hands clapping, feet dancing through classic hits and their famous harmonies. Anyway...I had to have my own copy!
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The Supremes were a brilliant group but there was plenty of sadness behind the scenes. Florence Ballard was the original lead singer. Several singles were released without success, after which Diana Ross replaced Florence as lead singer. Songwriters Holland-Dozier-Holland were brought in at the same time and nobody will ever know which change was the more significant. Florence eventually left the Supremes, to be replaced by Cindy Birdsong. Diana Ross left to go solo in 1970, at which point this compilation ends.

The Supremes had just one British number one hit (Baby love) but they had many number ones in the American pop charts. Many of those were also top ten hits in Britain, but even those that weren't became famous anyway - however, this is not the definitive Supremes compilation. Notable omissions include I'm living in shame, In and out of love, Come see about me, My world is empty without you and Back in my arms again, but there are several great album tracks to compensate for these omissions.

Apart from Baby love, the Supremes made the UK top ten with Where did our love go, Stop in the name of love, You can't hurry love, You keep me hanging on, The happening and Reflections, all included here. They also made the UK top ten with I'm gonna make you love me, a duet with the Temptations, but that track is omitted from this set.

Other UK hit to be found here are Love child, Some day we'll be together, I hear a symphony, No matter what sign you are, Forever came today and Some things you never get used to.

At a budget price, this provides a fine introduction to the music of Diana Ross and the Supremes, but if you want all the missing tracks I've mentioned, you may prefer to buy a different compilation (such as Ultimate collection) instead.
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an excellent compilation that for once gives a much welcome airing to lesser known tracks, plucked from the countless studio albums they cut throughout their triumphantly succesful career. Diana Ross sounds at her most supreme on these tracks. She sings each and every one of them with such warmth, passion and feeling. Her vocals are energetically soulful and it shines through these tracks like sunshine.
The compilation opens with their first milestone in the history of music - Where Did Our Love Go (WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO - 1964) which became their first in a succession of five No.1 hits back to back. This is where The Supremes legacy began. There is still something so undeniably infectious about those simplistic lyrics and repetitive rythms. Baby love was, as every one knows, ground breaking for The Supremes. The track raced to No.1 on both sides of the Atlantic. Although Diana Ross and the Supremes went on to record far superior tracks, this will possibly be the song that everyone will remember them by and also possibly Stop! In The Name Of Love, which is now something of a karoke essential! Diana's vocals are sounding stronger on the totally unforgetable, You Can't Hurry Love whilst Reflections, sees The Supremes steering briefly into the psychedlic scene with its bizarre, synchronised sounds. This was actually very adventurous and experimental for The Supremes and this really stands apart from a lot of the other tracks. Diana's vocals especially on Reflections really shines out, sounding more self assured and mature compared to their early numbers. Love Child, was their first really notable recording that explored social issues and some critics say this could possibly be Diana Ross' very best recording.
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The selection and sound quality on this CD are outstanding. Clean, original stereo mixes. Better than most, if not all, of the more recent compilations involving the Supremes.
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i have been a fan since elementary school and i still am. so wonderful to hear all the old songs sounding so good and i can still remember the words and love singing along!!!
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