The Supremes is the twenty-seventh studio album by The Supremes, released in 1975 on Motown Records. According to Motown data it sold around 70,000 copies in the USA. Because of contract disputes, nearly two and a half years passed between The Supremes and the previous Supremes LP, The Supremes Produced and Arranged by Jimmy Webb. During that time, the group's lineup had undergone another major shift.
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In fact, Motown itself liked the cover so much it repeated it for the album "The Marvelettes. Actually, this isn't an album, but singles and recordings that might have become singles. The exception is three songs written and recorded expressly for the album, all of them recorded on the same afternoon. Mary Wilson clearly remembers Florence Ballard not being at the session and herself recording background vocals twice. By the time they made "More Hits By The Supremes" the group had already had three consecutive number one hits and were on their way to set a record with two more, both included on this album. The group was absolutely on top here, harmonies in perfect tune and totally in sync with the ever hot Motown band delivering on every number.
The Supremes at the Copa suffers from its inclusion of numerous standards that predate rock & roll, likely in an attempt to appeal to the New York show's conservative audience. Compared to the group's own signature tunes and a medley of Sam Cooke songs, these others seem to fall very flat
The Supremes changed name in early 1967 to Diana Ross & The Supremes. Motown president Berry Gordy stated that the name change was done so that Motown could demand more money from live bookings, but rumors began to spread of an approaching Diana Ross solo career. At that time member Florence Ballard had begun drinking and occasionally missing performance and, by June 1967, was replaced by Cindy Birdsong, a member of Patti LaBelle & The Blue Belles. In January 1970, Diana Ross & The Supremes gave their final performance and Ross began her solo career
The Supremes - Simple Supreme - CD Album - 20 Tracks - 1997- Good Condition. SUPREMES-S/T-JAPAN CD D73. Brand new. £1. 0.
Artist: The Supremes Title: More Hits By The Supremes Year Of Release: 1965 Label: Universal Music Japan Genre: Pop, Soul Quality: FLAC (image+. Tracklist: 01. Ask Any Girl 02:46 02. Nothing But Heartaches 02:59 03. Mother Dear 02:45 04. Stop! In The Name Of Love 02:54 05.