The Supremes   Where Did Our Love Go
Release Date: 1964

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5.0 classicIan Phillips | September 28th 15

Ladies & Gentlemen: The Supremes have arrived! A transitional album, as this combines some of their earlier minor hits like 'Run, Run, Run' and 'A Breath Taking Guy', alongside their Top 40 breakthrough 'When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes' and their trio of groundbreaking chart-toppers: 'Where Did Our Love Go', 'Baby Love' & 'Come See About Me'. The album cuts are all top-notch, culled from various recording sessions, with stand-outs including 'Ask Any Girl' (the B-side to 'Baby Love'), which could easily have been a hit in its own right, and 'I'm Giving You Your Freedom', capturing an unusually earthy vocal from Diana Ross. There's much to savour here and this is a classic album by Motown's finest.


4.0 excellentCyclotron | July 31st 15
4.0 excellentSoon to be RYM's Emo-Pop Authority, I hope | January 19th 15
4.0 excellentYou Are My Everlovin' | December 7th 14
3.5 greatGassman3268 | June 16th 14
4.0 excellentZack | May 10th 14
3.5 greatnwhitmore | February 13th 14
4.0 excellentaguzman | February 3rd 14
3.5 greatChrisjon89 | October 15th 13
3.5 greattristan720 | April 1st 13
3.5 greatplato66 | October 6th 12

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