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  • Audio CD (16 Jan. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Spectrum Audio
  • ASIN: B006GSRG1G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 54,563 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Where Did Our Love Go
  2. Baby Love
  3. My World Is Empty Without You
  4. Sunset
  5. Remove This Doubt - Diana Ross & The Supremes
  6. You Keep Me Hangin' On
  7. You Can't Hurry Love
  8. Your Heart Belongs To Me
  9. Misery Makes Its Home In My Heart - Diana Ross & The Supremes
  10. How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - Diana Ross & The Supremes
  11. Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye
  12. Stoned Love
  13. Nathan Jones
  14. It's Time To Break Down
  15. Bah - Bah
  16. I'm Livin' In Shame - Diana Ross & The Supremes
  17. Up The Ladder To The Roof
  18. Bad Weather
  19. Oh Be My Love
  20. My Favorite Things

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For those looking at the cover and wondering if this is yet another mis-leading budget-priced CD that actually contains re-recordings with various "non-official" line-ups of the group, fear not these are the ORIGINAL recordings! Plus it is nice that it is billed as "The Supremes" . There have been too many CDs over the years that have featured non-Ross hits but are still billed as "Diana Ross & The Supremes". So Kudos for that!

This is a very nice collection of tracks spanning The Supremes recording career from 1961-1973, in other words the Diana Ross years (61-70) and the following Jean Terrell years (70-73). There isn't anything from the final years 1974-1977 which is, I presume, because those are the lesser-known years as far as the general public goes. That period didn't have any big hits although "He's my man" from 1975 just missed the charts and really should have been a hit. It would have been nice to have this or another track from this period, just so that the whole recording career was covered but that's a personal wish.( tracks from this period are on the 3-CD "let yourself go,the 70s vol.2 1974-1977-the final sessions").

The tracks on this CD are very diverse, as one might expect from such a long period of time and with different lead singers, and contains several huge hits including "Stoned Love", which is my personal favourite. This hit #3 UK, #7 US pop and #1 US R&B, the groups last #1 R&B hit and highest-charting 70s hit. For many fans this is the high-point of the post-Ross Supremes as it demonstrates clearly that Jean Terrell had as good a voice, if not better, than Diana Ross.
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Despite their seemingly ever-changing line-up The Supremes were Motown's most successful group ever. That achievement is reflected in the large number of compilations bearing their name. This miscellany - that spans their work under the leadership of the stately but reedy-voiced Diana Ross and her more soulful replacement Jean Terrell - adds to that plethora of options. It boasts some of the group's most impressive hit singles of the 1960's and 1970's: 'Where Did Our Love Go?'; 'Baby Love'; 'You Keep Me Hanging On'; 'You Can't Hurry Love'; 'Nathan Jones', and 'Stoned Love'. That bunch of finger-clicking and hip-shaking lovelorn pop songs - some of which were arranged by the crack song-writing team of Holland-Dozier-Holland - show why they were able to vie with The Beatles for chart positions. Die-hard fans of the girl group may well also be pleased at the selection of some offbeat material, including their minor hit of 1962 'Your Heart Belongs To Me', and album tracks such as 'Sunset' and B-sides like 'Remove This Doubt'. But there is a long list of hits not featured here that the more casual fan would have wanted to hear before that lot such as: 'Stop! In The Name Of Love'; 'Back In My Arms Again'; 'Come See About Me', and 'Reflections'. Those efforts - that quite understandably frequently appear on other compilations - could definitely have been incorporated at the expense of a couple of efforts from the early 1970s - ballads 'It's Time To Break Down' and 'Oh Be My Love' - that clog up the slightly weaker second half of Baby Love. Try the aptly-titled Gold for a more solid introduction, rather than this cheaply-priced, rather pompously and misleadingly-subtitled 20 song collection from Spectrum.
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This is an interesting collection of tracks, and I'm sure that there must be a market for people to buy this CD.

The cover photograph shows Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong, but at least 7 of the tracks have nothing to do with Diana Ross at all - they are from the Jean Terrell years, and so of course, the sound from the "baby love" days, to "Stoned love" is different musically, but in particular, vocally.

For the typical Supremes fan, we will have all of these tracks numerous times, but there are some unusual tracks too "your heart belongs to me" which dates back 50 years now, to the very early days of Diana, Mary and the late Florence Ballard. 'Remove this doubt' is without doubt, one of of Diana's soulful tracks from the height of their career, when almost every record they made hit the US number 1.

One of my favourites on here is "it's time to break down" which Jean Terrell performs in such a splendid way, and is from the Supremes second album with Jean "new ways but love stays". It's a lengthy ballad, but a very powerful one, allowing Jean (in particular) to demonstrate her vocal ability.

The Stevie Wonder produced 'bad weather' is also featured, and it would be brilliant to hear all the other tracks he allegedly produced on the Supremes shortly before Jean left the group in 1973.

The CD closes with 'my favourite things' which sums the whole CD. It is a collection of 'my favourite things' that being the Supremes.

Will it be a major seller? It's certainly priced extremely well - and so should sell - and maybe if it sells to those without much knowledge of the Supremes vast catalogue, it may generate a whole new set of fans who love the Supremes music and will keep their name, and music, in the hearts of minds for many more decades.
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