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The Definitive Collection

by The Supremes

The Definitive Collection by The Supremes

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The Definitive Collection

by The Supremes

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Supremes comps are a dime a dozen, but if you want their choicest hits, you could do worse than this chapter in Motown's The Definitive Collection series. Every one is a classic, from the irrepressibly frisky "Baby Love" and "Where Did Our Love Go" to pop-protest standout "Love Child" (and its weaker rewrite, "I'm Livin' in Shame"). While The Supremes lasted until the 1970s, this set focuses on their 1960s output, when Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard (along with Cindy Birdsong) created one of the greatest catalogs in American pop music.

About This Album

Supremes comps are a dime a dozen, but if you want their choicest hits, you could do worse than this chapter in Motown's The Definitive Collection series. Every one is a classic, from the irrepressibly frisky "Baby Love" and "Where Did Our Love Go" to pop-protest standout "Love Child" (and its weaker rewrite, "I'm Livin' in Shame"). While The Supremes lasted until the 1970s, this set focuses on their 1960s output, when Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard (along with Cindy Birdsong) created one of the greatest catalogs in American pop music.

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About This Album

Supremes comps are a dime a dozen, but if you want their choicest hits, you could do worse than this chapter in Motown's The Definitive Collection series. Every one is a classic, from the irrepressibly frisky "Baby Love" and "Where Did Our Love Go" to pop-protest standout "Love Child" (and its weaker rewrite, "I'm Livin' in Shame"). While The Supremes lasted until the 1970s, this set focuses on their 1960s output, when Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard (along with Cindy Birdsong) created one of the greatest catalogs in American pop music.