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Where Did Our Love Go? & I Hear A Symphony Original recording remastered

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  • Audio CD (23 Oct. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Motown
  • ASIN: B00004WZ5S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 154,038 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Where Did Our Love Go - Brian Holland, The Supremes, Lamont Dozier
  2. Run, Run, Run
  3. Baby Love - Brian Holland, The Supremes, Lamont Dozier
  4. When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes
  5. Come See About Me
  6. Long Gone Lover - The Supremes
  7. I'm Giving You Your Freedom - The Supremes
  8. A Breathtaking Guy - The Supremes, William Robinson, Jr.
  9. He Means The World To Me - The Supremes
  10. Standing At The Crossroads Of Love
  11. Your Kiss Of Fire - The Supremes
  12. Ask Any Girl
  13. Stranger In Paradise
  14. Yesterday
  15. I Hear A Symphony - Brian Holland, The Supremes, Lamont Dozier
  16. Unchained Melody
  17. With A Song In My Heart
  18. Without A Song
  19. My World Is Empty Without You
  20. A Lover's Concerto
  21. Any Girl In Love (Know What I'm Going Through)
  22. Wonderful, Wonderful
  23. Everything Is Good About You
  24. He's All I Got

Product Description

Catalogue number 159 509-2 on the Universal/Motown label with the following tracks: {Where Did Our Love Go?} 1> Where Did Our Love Go? [2:33], 2> Run, Run, Run [2:16], 3> Baby Love [2:38], 4> When The Lovelight Shines Through His Eyes [3:05], 5> Come See About Me [2:44], 6> Long Gone Lover [2:26], 7> I'm Giving You Your Freedom [2:39], 8> A Breath Taking Guy [2:24], 9> He Means The World To Me [1:59], 10> Standing At The Crossroads Of Love [2:28], 11> Your Kiss Of Fire [2:47], 12> Ask Any Girl [2:59], {I Hear A Symphony} 13> Stranger In Paradise [3:05], 14> Yesterday [2:29], 15> I Hear A Symphony [2:44], 16> Unchained Melody [3:50], 17> With A Song In My Heart [2:05], 18> Without A Song [3:01], 19> My World Is Empty Without You [2:35], 20> A Lover's Concerto [2:37], 21> Any Girl In Love (Knows What I'm Going Through) [3:00], 22> Wonderful, Wonderful [2:52], 23> Everything Is Good About You [3:13], 24> He's All I Got [2:46].

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By Peter Durward Harris #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 12 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
The Supremes began their period of success with the first of these two albums and the singles taken from it. The second album was recorded a couple of years later.
Where did our love go yielded three number one American hits, two of which (Where did our love go, Baby love) were also huge UK hits, while the third (Come see about me) was a more modest top thirty UK hit. Baby love was the only Supremes single to top the UK chart, though Diana Ross has also reached number one in the UK as a solo singer. The whole of this album comprised original material, either written by Holland-Dozier-Holland or by Smokey Robinson. The three famous songs are typical of the album. They are also the best tracks, but the rest of the album is well worth hearing.
By contrast, I hear a symphony is dominated by covers, although it contains some original songs. The originals include the title track, another American chart-topper, and My world is empty without you, an American top five hit. In the UK, the first only just made the top 40 and the second didn’t chart at all, but both are well-known in the UK despite that.
The covers show another aspect of their music, including such classics as Stranger in paradise, Yesterday, Unchained melody, With a song in my heart, Without a song and A lover’s concerto – a wide range of sources that demonstrated their versatility.
I have no idea why these albums were paired, but both of them are excellent.
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Wow!! this Cd has two early great albums from the Motown songstresses,; so much music it practically bursts out of the little disc that is working sooo hard!

great value from my favourite sellers and enough nostalgia to fill a whole box of paper hankies with more memories than any diary could hold

Brilliant and highly recommended
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Finally Motown has decided to re-release the albums of the greatest girl group ever! But instead of having to purchase each one individually here you have two great albums on one CD! While the new Supremes box set includes most of the hits contained on this CD....there are still some rare songs that were left out and can only be found on the individual albums. The best "rare" tracks can be found on the I HEAR A SYPMHONY album which contains the girls' versions of Stranger in Paradise and Wonderful, Wonderful...songs that were an integral part of their stage act.
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