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  1. Kazrarn
    Released in the late fall of , At the Copa was the first live album issued by The Supremes, and the only live album issued by the group's best-known lineup of Diana Ross, Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson. Missing the Billboard LP Top 10 by a notch, "The Supremes at the Copa" was a commercial success remaining on the album chart for 54 weeks.
  2. Arazuru
    What The World Needs Now Is Love (Tom Clay) I I I I Back To The Top IN LOVING MEMORY Back To The Top (Excelsor - Polygram Special Market - 4- ) Just a Closer Walk With Thee (Gladys Knight & The Pips) His Eye Is On The Sparrow (Marvin Gaye) He (Diana Ross & The Supremes).
  3. Tauzahn
    Someday We'll Be Together - Icon: Best Of Diana Ross & The Supremes Where Did Our Love Go Baby Love Come See About Me Stop! In The Name Of Love Back In My Arms Again I Hear A Symphony You Can't Hurry Love You Keep Me Hangin' On Love Is Here.
  4. Arashikinos
    Up The Ladder To The Roof and Stoned Love are pretty songs that continues in The Supremes popular sound and style as if Diana could've led them. But songs like Everybody's Got The Right To Love, Breakdown, Together We Can Make Sweet Music they seem to come into their own style. Both Mary & Jean do beautifully on Touch/5(49).
  5. Vojas
    "Someday We'll Be Together" was included on the final Diana Ross & the Supremes album, Cream of the Crop (). The song was a United States number-one hit on both the Billboard Hot popular singles chart and the R&B singles charts, as well as charting in the top twenty at number 13 on the UK Singles Chart. [3].
  6. Zulugul
    Jul 03,  · This thread was inpired by the recent Guardian article: " only hit was Tom Clay's terrible spoken-word rendition of What the World Needs Now, the portentous oration intercut with socially provocative media reports." I was listening to my favorite Motown channel on Live at work, and Tom Clay's "song" came on. I spent several minutes wondering what I'd just been listening to.
  7. Vizahn
    Real Love - Doobie Brothers (S)/Show And Tell - Al Wilson (S)/Laughter In The Rain - Neil Sedaka (S)/Ooh Baby Baby - Linda Ronstadt (S)/Starting All Over Again - Mel & Tim (S)/Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head - B.J. Thomas (S, LP version)/You Are The Woman - Firefall (S)/The Lady In Red - Chris DeBurgh (S)/Hey There Lonely Girl - Eddie Holman.
  8. Nitaur
    The most commercially successful of all Motown's 60s acts, which is saying quite a bit. Since everyone at Motown used the same backing musicians, and the Supremes didn't write their own material (Smokey Robinson was the only Motown artist during this period who wrote all his own hits), what set them apart?Well, a lot of it is due to lead singer Diana Ross, who coasted through Motown's most.

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