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Time Changes Things - The Supremes - Meet The Supremes (CD, Album)


  1. The romantic and sentimental "Your Heart Belongs to Me," written by Smokey Robinson, should have been the Supremes' first hit. It's every bit as charming as his chartbusters for Mary Wells. Diana Ross' sweet tender lead, assisted by Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard's warm harmonies, could melt icebergs. Ross' vocals on "Who's Lovin' You" are intense and bluesy; Wilson leads the soulful "Baby.
  2. Meet the Supremes, an Album by The Supremes. Released in November on Stateside (catalog no. SL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Soul, Girl Group, Soul.
  3. MEET THE SUPREMES was the first album released by Motown's most successful girl group. It was first released in , even though some of the songs on it had been recorded as early as The original LP was released only in a monophonic version, with a red cover that featured each of /5(19).
  4. The Supremes were an American female singing group and a premier act of Motown Records during the s. Founded as The Primettes in Detroit, Michigan, in , the Supremes were the most commercially successful of Motown's acts and are, to date, America's most successful vocal group with 12 number one singles on the Billboard Hot Most of these hits were written and produced by .
  5. Artist: The Supremes Title: Meet the Supremes Condition: Format: CD Release Date: Label: Hip-O Select UPC: Genre: Oldies Album Tracks DISC 1: 1. Your Heart Belongs to Me 2. Who's Lovin' You 3. Baby Don't Go 4. Buttered Popcorn 5. I Want a Guy 6. Let Me Go the Right Way 7. You Bring Back Memories 8. Time Changes Things 9. Play a Sad Song Never Again He's Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. MEET THE SUPREMES comes with a booklet with expanded edition liner notes by George Solomon, which also includes "Supremes" timeline from and a 10/31/09 discussion between Mary Wilson and Barbara Martin (who was part of the original Supreme lineup and recorded with the group and is on most of the recorded songs on these two CDs)/5(17).
  7. The center labels have the correct track list, six tracks, including "Let Me Go The Right Way" and "Time Changes Things" (which are not listed on the back cover). For the last song on side 2, "He's Seventeen," M. Johnson is credited as a co-writer on the jacket, and M. Robinson on the center label/5(11).
  8. 36 rows · Mar 20,  · referencing Meet The Supremes, LP, Album, Mono, MOTOWN , MT The cover with "The Boy That Got Away" on the track listing is the counterfeit copy. The authentic original album release cover, nor the vinyl has " "The Boy That Got Away" featured in any way/5().

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