Category Archives: Studio Album

Mary, Scherrie & Susaye (1976)

“Together we stand, hand in hand…” “‘You’re My Driving Wheel’ is the new single by the Supremes from their forthcoming album titled, ‘Mary, Scherrie & Susaye.’  The record on the Motown label sounds like a hit. This is probably the … Continue reading

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The Supremes (1975)

“Things won’t get any better unless we keep on trying…” By mid-1975, fans must have been wondering if The Supremes were ever going to release new music again.  The group hadn’t had a single on the charts since “Bad Weather” … Continue reading

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The Return Of The Magnificent Seven (1971)

“I gotta be insane to keep up with your personality change…” The Supremes began 1971 secure in their place as the world’s top female singing group; a year after the departure of lead singer Diana Ross, the new lineup had … Continue reading

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New Ways But Love Stays (1970)

“If you’re young at heart, rise up and take your stand…” Halloween 1970 brought a treat for Supremes fans, when music industry magazine Billboard announced a major new recording: “Follow up to ‘Everybody’s Got the Right to Love’ is a powerhouse rock … Continue reading

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The Magnificent Seven (1970)

“Together we can make such sweet music…” Anyone who thought The Supremes might take some time to regroup after the departure of lead singer Diana Ross in early 1970 was sorely mistaken.  A month after the group’s final performance with … Continue reading

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Right On (1970)

“Come with me…and we shall run across the sky…” November 6, 1969.  American magazine Jet carries the official announcement, confirming something that’s been long rumored:  DIANA ROSS TO LEAVE SUPREMES; ERNIE TERRELL’S SISTER ADDED.  After nearly a decade on the Motown label, … Continue reading

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Cream Of The Crop (1969)

“Could this be the beginning, the beginning of the end?” It is perhaps the most poetic ending in popular music history.  In late December, 1969, “Someday We’ll Be Together” ascended to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming not only … Continue reading

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Together (1969)

“For so long we shared each other’s lives…gave up everything to keep love satisfied…” Although Diana Ross and The Supremes and The Temptations shared many of the same milestones in their long and storied careers, the groups couldn’t have been … Continue reading

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Let The Sunshine In (1969)

“Good morning, world…how will today greet me?” Although Diana Ross and The Supremes had lost the writing-producing team behind all of its biggest hits (Holland-Dozier-Holland, who’d left Motown in a dispute over money), the group had weathered the storm and enjoyed … Continue reading

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Love Child (1968)

“It’s like a child’s first step, I had to learn to walk all, all over again…” By his own admission, Motown founder Berry Gordy, Jr. spent the middle part of 1968 in crisis mode.  His star group, Diana Ross and … Continue reading

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