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  • Audio CD (6 Dec. 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Universal / Island
  • ASIN: B00000FYGM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,155 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Where Did Our Love Go - The Supremes
  2. Baby Love - The Supremes
  3. Come See About Me - The Supremes
  4. Stop! In The Name Of Love - The Supremes
  5. My World Is Empty Without You - The Supremes
  6. Back In My Arms Again - The Supremes
  7. I Hear A Symphony - The Supremes
  8. You Can't Hurry Love - The Supremes
  9. You Keep Me Hangin' On - The Supremes
  10. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone - Diana Ross & The Supremes
  11. The Happening - The Supremes
  12. Reflections - Diana Ross & The Supremes
  13. In And Out Of Love - Diana Ross & The Supremes
  14. Love Child - Diana Ross & The Supremes
  15. I'm Gonna Make You Love Me - Diana Ross & The Supremes, The Temptations
  16. I'm Livin' In Shame - Diana Ross & The Supremes
  17. I Second That Emotion - Diana Ross & The Supremes, The Temptations
  18. Someday We'll Be Together - Diana Ross & The Supremes
  19. Up The Ladder To The Roof - The Supremes
  20. Stoned Love - The Supremes
  21. River Deep, Mountain High - Four Tops, The Supremes
  22. Nathan Jones - The Supremes
  23. Floy Joy - The Supremes
  24. Automatically Sunshine - The Supremes

Disc: 2

  1. Reach Out And Touch (Somebody's Hand) - Diana Ross
  2. Ain't No Mountain High Enough - Diana Ross
  3. Remember Me - Diana Ross
  4. I'm Still Waiting - Diana Ross
  5. Surrender - Diana Ross
  6. DoobeDood'nDoobe, DoobeDood'nDoobe, DoobeDood'nDoo - Diana Ross
  7. Touch Me In The Morning - Diana Ross
  8. All Of My Life - Diana Ross
  9. You Are Everything - Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye
  10. Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where You're Going To) - Diana Ross
  11. Love Hangover - Diana Ross
  12. Upside Down - Diana Ross
  13. My Old Piano - Diana Ross
  14. I'm Coming Out - Diana Ross
  15. It's My Turn - Diana Ross
  16. Endless Love - Lionel Richie, Diana Ross

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Double CD of 40 golden Motown greatest hits

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By Peter Durward Harris #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 21 Mar. 2005
Format: Audio CD
The first CD covers the music of the Supremes, with and without Diana, while the second CD covers Diana's solo career up to the time that she left Motown in 1981.
Of the Supremes tracks, eighteen were recorded with Diana. I'm pleased to see My world is empty without you (one of their finest songs) included despite the fact that it completely missed the UK charts. Come see about me, Back in my arms again and I hear a symphony are also here despite only being minor UK hits - however, all three were American number one hits. More predictably, Where did our love go, Baby love (the only UK number one hit for the Supremes), Stop in the name of love, You can't hurry love, You keep me hanging on, The happening, Reflections and I'm gonna make you love me (with the Temptations), all of which made the UK top ten, are here along with UK top twenty hits - Love is here and now you're gone, In and out of love, Love child, I'm living in shame, I second that emotion (with the Temptations) and Someday we'll be together.
Six Supremes tracks date from the period after Diana left. Five of these made the UK top ten and the other just missed, that one being River deep mountain high (with the Four Tops), a cover of the Ike and Tina Turner classic. Much as I enjoy these tracks, I prefer the Supremes when Diana was their lead singer.
Diana had a huge number of UK hits without the Supremes but many of them were minor hits. Only one of those (Reach out and touch) is included here, the others here all making the UK top twenty or better.
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This album is very much worth buying as it is a compiliation of her with and without The Supremes.Personally I prefer her with The Supremes because vocally- her voice manages to carry the supremes as a group as to when she was a soloist somehow with songs such as 'Doobedood'Ndoobe, Doobedood'Ndoobe, Doobedood'Ndoo'her backng singers manage to carry her (vocally).But over all she is a true Diva of R&B and this CD is worth listening to.
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All my favourites are on this double CD and some I didnt know before. Its a great compilation and reminds me of how great the Motown period was in music history. I am sharing these songs with my 7 year old daughter who is going through a High School Musical phase. She loves them and they have so much more to offer her in terms of soul and history than the current stuff kids are into.
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The Spice Girls came and went after a measly 4 albums, Destiny's Child, En Vogue, The Dixie Chicks, TLC! Etc all have come and gone after a 3-5 splash, but, The Supremes still endure. A constant fixture on the iTunes Top 50 albums, the coming together of Diana, Flo and what's her name with Holland, Dozier, Holland especially provided a golden 4 year period producing 10 #1 singles and 3 #1 albums along with Neilsen Ratings top viewed television specials, induction into the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame, the first female group to do so and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame are just a few of their honors.
But it is the music that remains enchanting. Diana's voice along with Flo and what's her name introduced the masses to the Motown Sound around the world! They struck gold with concept albums like "Sing Rodgers & Hart", "We Remember Sam Cooke" and "A Little Bit of Liverpool" underscored their versatility. Arguably the #1 female group of all time, sister to The Beatles! Stop! In the Name of Hits!
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By rbmusicman/and/movie-fan' TOP 50 REVIEWER on 20 Mar. 2014
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This a superb collection and history of 'Diana Ross's' journey on the 'Motown-label.
The first of the two CD's a reflection of the hits of 'Diana Ross and the Supremes'
disc two covering her solo career up to the time she left the famous label in 81'
Of course the group had many hits during the sixties into the early seventies they
suprisingly only had the one number one in the U.K that being 'Baby Love' way back in
1964, however they did achieve a long list of Top 30 hits twenty five in all, twelve of
which were Top Ten entries.
Of course in the 70's 'Diana' went solo, on the 'Motown' label only 'I'm Still Waiting'
actually topped the chart though many entered the Top 30, most of the songs included
on the second disc were Top Ten entries.
'Diana Ross' with and without the 'Supremes' had a glittering career over twenty years
of which was on the 'Motown' label.
On disc one with the 'Supremes' songs such as.....'Where did our love Go' 'Baby Love'
'Stop in the name of Love' 'You keep me Hanging On' and 'Love Child' along with
some of the tracks the 'Supremes' recorded without 'Diana' such as 'Stoned Love'
'Nathan Jones' and 'Floy Joy'.........this just a selection of what's on board disc one.
on disc two.....'Reach out and Touch (somebody's hand) 'I'm Still Waiting' 'Touch me
in The Morning' 'Theme from Mahagony' (do you know where you're going to) 'Upside
Down' and (with Lionel Ritchie) 'Endless Love' ......Just some of the magic memories
from 'Diana Ross's' solo career on 'Motown' of course her singing career continued beyond
these times with many more hits such as ''Chain Reaction' (which did top the U.
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