Released at a time when Mary & Flo's backing vocals were still kept a audible levels, this is one of the last such albums in the Supremes' history. Aside from the hits ("You Keep Me Hangin' On," "Love Is Here And Now You're Gone," & "Going Down For The Third Time,"), there are some enjoying recordings. Not among them: the girls' cover of the Four Tops "Same Old Song," and Martha & the Vandellas "Heat Wave." With Diana's lead, they are way out of their element, sounding nearly as bad as concert versions of their own hits, where Ross more or less talks her way through the lyrics rather than sing them. These particular takes might have benefitted from someone else on the lead (Wilson on "Same Old Song," & Ballard on "Heat Wave,"), but with Ross, it doesn't work - her voice cut with these arrangements and keys are bland.