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    Supremes top five albums

    Name your favorite top five albums.
    Supremes sing HDH
    Supremes sing rogers and hart
    Love child
    More hits
    Touch

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    More Hits
    Supremes Sing HDH
    Where Did Our Love Go
    I Hear A Symphony
    Touch

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    High Energy
    M,S&S
    Supremes 75
    Touch
    Country Western Pop

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    Where Did Our Love Go
    More Hits By The Supremes
    The Supremes A' Go Go
    The Supremes Sing Holland-Dozier-Holland
    Love Child

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    Just from the Diana-led era:

    Sing R&H
    WDOLG
    Country, Western & Pop
    I Hear a Symphony
    Merry Christmas

    HDH and 'A Go-Go, while they have stand-out tracks, sound a bit rushed and thin to me.

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    Always thought go go n sing HDH should be combined into one good album minus covers

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    1. Love Child. For me easily their best.
    2. Join The Temptations.
    3. Sing Rodgers & Hart
    4. Reflections
    5. Mary Scherrie & Susaye.

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    A Go Go
    Reflections
    Love Child
    New Ways But Love Stays
    The Supremes 1975

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    It would appear that most of us have differing opinions as to what the best Supremes album of all time might be.
    Any such list might well be influenced by who’s voice you might prefer. Diana’s or Jean’s.
    For me, the 60s and 70s Supremes are two entirely different entities. This alone creates difficulties when attempting to compile a definitive album list.

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    Not in order but

    Touch
    Where did our love go
    More hits
    Love child
    New ways

    For me it's the voice but also the song choices. A good album is when I can listen to the whole album without skipping a song. I love You keep me hangin' on but never liked Love is here and the other songs on sing HDH.

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    Right On
    New Ways But Love Stays
    Cream Of The Crop
    Love Child
    The Supremes [[1975)

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    Where Did Our Love Go
    Right On
    Produced & Arranged by Jimmy Webb
    Reflections
    Merry Christmas

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    Looks like love child is in the lead followed by more hits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daviddh View Post
    Looks like love child is in the lead followed by more hits.
    Love Love Child album. That was #6 on my list

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    In order:
    1. More Hits By The Supremes
    2. The Supremes Sing H-D-H
    3. Where Did Our Love Go
    4. Supremes A Go-Go
    5. I Hear A Symphony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ollie9 View Post
    It would appear that most of us have differing opinions as to what the best Supremes album of all time might be.
    Any such list might well be influenced by who’s voice you might prefer. Diana’s or Jean’s.
    For me, the 60s and 70s Supremes are two entirely different entities. This alone creates difficulties when attempting to compile a definitive album list.
    I agree. If I were to combine any 70s Supremes and Diana Ross albums with my 60s Supremes it would only be their albums from 1970: Right On, New Ways, Magnificent 7, Diana Ross 1970 and Everything Is Everything. A couple of these might be in my Top 10 or 15 but definitely not in my Top 5. I think albums beyond 1970 seem less Supremes or Motown sounding.

    My Top 5:
    1. Where Did Our Love Go
    2. More Hits
    3. Love Child
    4. Sing Rodgers & Hart
    5. Merry Christmas

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    This is such a tough topic but here goes
    1) Sing R&H
    2) Love Child
    3) Merry Christmas
    4) More Hits
    5) Right On.

    Apologies to Sing HDH, Where did our love go, I hear a symphony, News Ways and Touch. All wonderful albums.

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    1. Floy Joy
    2. Mary Scherrie & Susaye
    3. New Ways But Love Stays
    4. A Go Go
    5. Where Did Our Love Go

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    1. A Go Go
    2. WDOLG
    3. More Hits
    4. The Supremes
    5. I Hear a Symphony

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