Tag: Supremes

Saturday 12am ET: Feature LP: Supremes – 50th Anniversary: The Singles Collection 1961–1969 (Part 3 of 3)

Diana Ross & the Supremes – 50th Anniversary: The Singles Collection 1961–1969 is a three disc box set consisting of The Supremes’ original-released singles as released by Motown from 1961-1969.

1. “Reflections” 2:52
2. “Going Down for the Third Time” 2:32
3. “In and Out of Love” 2:39
4. “I Guess I’ll Always Love You” 2:45
5. “Forever Came Today” 3:19
6. “Some Things You Never Get Used To” 2:24
7. “You’ve Been So Wonderful to Me” 2:32
8. “Love Child” 2:59
9. “Will This Be the Day” 2:49
11. “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me” 3:07
12. “A Place in the Sun” 3:29
13. “I’m Livin’ in Shame (first version)” 3:08
14. “I’m So Glad I Got Somebody (Like You Around)” 3:38
16. “I’ll Try Something New” 2:25
18. “The Composer” 2:54
19. “The Beginning of the End” 2:29
20. “No Matter What Sign You Are (first version)” 2:55
21. “The Young Folks” 3:15
23. “The Weight” 3:02
24. “For Better or Worse” 2:38
25. “Someday We’ll Be Together” 3:26
26. “He’s My Sunny Boy” 2:21

Friday 12am ET: Feature LP: Supremes – 50th Anniversary: The Singles Collection 1961–1969 (Part 2 of 3)

Diana Ross & the Supremes – 50th Anniversary: The Singles Collection 1961–1969 is a three disc box set consisting of The Supremes’ original-released singles as released by Motown from 1961-1969.

1. “Stop! In the Name of Love” 2:53
2. “I’m in Love Again” 2:20
3. “Back in My Arms Again” 2:57
4. “Whisper You Love Me Boy” 2:40
5. “The Only Time I’m Happy” 2:29
6. “Nothing but Heartaches” 2:43
7. “He Holds His Own” 2:31
8. “Things Are Changing” 2:58
9. “Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine” 2:23
10. “I Hear a Symphony” 2:42
11. “Who Could Ever Doubt My Love” 2:36
12. “Children’s Christmas Song” 2:46
13. “Twinkle Twinkle Little Me” 3:03
14. “My World Is Empty Without You” 2:35
15. “Everything Is Good About You” 3:12
16. “Love Is Like an Itching in My Heart” 2:54
17. “He’s All I Got” 2:44
18. “You Can’t Hurry Love” 2:54
19. “Put Yourself in My Place” 2:16
20. “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” 2:47
21. “Remove This Doubt” 2:54
22. “Love Is Here and Now You’re Gone” 2:49
23. “There’s No Stopping Us Now” 3:02
24. “The Happening” 2:52
25. “All I Know About You” 1:56
26. “L’amore Verra’ (You Can’t Hurry Love)” 2:51
27. “Se Il Filo Spezzerai (You Keep Me Hangin’ On)” 2:44
28. “Supremes Interview” 5:42

Thursday 12am ET: Feature LP: Supremes – 50th Anniversary: The Singles Collection 1961–1969 (Part 1 of 3)

Diana Ross & the Supremes – 50th Anniversary: The Singles Collection 1961–1969 is a three disc box set consisting of The Supremes’ original-released singles as released by Motown from 1961-1969.

1. “I Want a Guy” 3:05
2. “Never Again” 3:02
3. “Buttered Popcorn (first version)” 2:56
4. “Who’s Lovin’ You” 2:50
5. “Buttered Popcorn (second version)” 2:32
6. “Your Heart Belongs to Me 2:36
7. “(He’s) Seventeen” 2:40
9. “Let Me Go the Right Way” 2:33
10. “Time Changes Things” 2:27
11. “My Heart Can’t Take It No More” 2:58
12. “You Bring Back Memories” 2:37
13. “A Breath Taking Guy” 2:25
14. “(The Man with the) Rock and Roll Banjo Band” 3:04
15. “When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes” 3:06
16. “Standing at the Crossroads of Love” 2:30
17. “Run, Run, Run” 2:22
18. “I’m Giving You Your Freedom” 2:34
19. “Where Did Our Love Go” 2:33
20. “He Means the World to Me” 1:51
21. “Baby Love” 2:36
22. “Ask Any Girl” 3:02
23. “Come See About Me” 2:41
24. “You’re Gone (But Always in My Heart)” 2:27
25. “Moonlight and Kisses” 2:44
26. “Baby, Baby, Wo Ist Unsere Liebe (Where Did Our Love Go)” 2:39
27. “Thank You Darling” 2:44
28. “Jonny Und Joe (Come See About Me)” 2:38

Wednesday 2pm: Sounds of The 70’s

Today on Sounds of the 70’s, music from Warren Zevon, Allman Brothers Band, Betty Wright, Supremes, Jimmy Buffett, Abba, Jethro Tull, Jean Knight, Carol Douglas, Doobie Brothers, Elton John, Stampeders, Led Zeppelin and more . . .  

Tuesday 6pm: Sounds of The 60s

This week we feature:  Yardbirds, Jimmy Ruffin, Ray Charles, Lesley Gore, Supremes, Bee Gees, Frank Sinatra, Ides of March, Duane Eddy, Dion, Kinks, Del Shannon, Cream, Rolling Stones, Cowsills and more . .  .

Tuesday 11:30am: 1/2 Hour Special: Girl Groups Week – The Supremes

The Supremes were an American female singing group and the premier act of Motown Records during the 1960s. Founded as The Primettes in Detroit, Michigan, in 1959, the Supremes were the most commercially successful of Motown’s acts and are, to date, America’s most successful vocal group with 12 number one singles on the Billboard Hot 100] Most of these hits were written and produced by Motown’s main songwriting and production team, Holland–Dozier–Holland. At their peak in the mid-1960s, the Supremes rivaled the Beatles in worldwide popularity, and it is said that their success made it possible for future African American R&B and soul musicians to find mainstream success.

Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson, Diana Ross, and Betty McGlown, the original group, are all from the Brewster-Douglass public housing project in Detroit. They formed the Primettes as the sister act to the Primes (with Paul Williams and Eddie Kendricks, who went on to form the Temptations). Barbara Martin replaced McGlown in 1960, and the group signed with Motown the following year as the Supremes. Martin left the act in early 1962, and Ross, Ballard, and Wilson carried on as a trio.

During the mid-1960s, the Supremes achieved mainstream success with Ross as lead singer and Holland-Dozier-Holland as its songwriting and production team. In 1967, Motown president Berry Gordy renamed the group Diana Ross & the Supremes, and replaced Ballard with Cindy Birdsong. Ross left to pursue a solo career in 1970 and was replaced by Jean Terrell, so the group’s name reverted to The Supremes. During the mid-1970s, the lineup changed with Lynda Laurence, Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene joining the group until, after 18 years, The Supremes disbanded in 1977. Wikipedia

Monday 10pm: LP Lounge with Willie B

Tonight at 10pm (US East Coast Time) we drop the needle on 2 classics at the LP Lounge.

Ten Years After (A Space in Time), and the Supreme’s Greatest Hits.

The first LP will be a direct from the vinyl LP SQ presentation. The Supremes Greatest was only released in quad, in Japan, and only on CD-4. Since I don’t have the where-with-all to play discrete quad – I’ve taken that LP, demodulated it, then encoded it for QS, so you can get some idea what the surround effect was. Still in all, a true vinyl LP, and a mix only possible from that original platter – so I think I’m still keeping it real. You be the judge, check us out at RadioMaxMusic.com

A Space in Time is the sixth studio album by the British blues rock band Ten Years After. It was released in August 1971 by Chrysalis Records in the United Kingdom and Columbia Records in America. A departure in style from their previous albums, A Space in Time is less ‘heavy’ than previous albums and includes more acoustic guitar, perhaps influenced by the success of Led Zeppelin who were mixing acoustic songs with heavier numbers. It reached number 17 in the Billboard 200.

The third track on the album, “I’d Love to Change the World”, is also their biggest hit. By combining a melodic acoustic chorus with challenging electric guitar riffs, they managed to produce a sound that hit number 10 in the charts in Canada and number 40 in the USA. Although this was their biggest hit, they rarely played it live. “Baby Won’t You Let Me Rock ‘n’ Roll You” also charted in the USA, peaking at number 61. – Wikipedia