The Supremes - In Japan! mp3 downloadPerformer: The Supremes
Title: In Japan!
Style: Girl Groups,Motown,Soul,AM Pop,Pop-Soul,Uptown Soul
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The Supremes - In Japan! mp3 download
Scherrie debuts in Japan as the new lead singer and tears up "Stoned Love" in a completely different way to Jean.
The Supremes is the twenty-seventh studio album by The Supremes, released in 1975 on Motown Records. According to Motown data it sold around 70,000 copies in the USA. Because of contract disputes, nearly two and a half years passed between The Supremes and the previous Supremes LP, The Supremes Produced and Arranged by Jimmy Webb. During that time, the group's lineup had undergone another major shift.
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In Japan is a live album released by The Supremes in 1973, culled from a live performance recorded on June 3, 1973 at Shinjuku Koseinenkin Hall in Tokyo, Japan. It was issued exclusively in Japan and also distributed in Europe, and was not released in the United States until 2004. The line-up at the time of the concert consisted of original Supreme Mary Wilson, lead vocalist Jean Terrell and Lynda Laurence; the album was slated for release, but due to internal conflicts within the group and the sudden departure of both Terrell and Laurence, Motown shelved the project.
In Japan is a live album released by The Supremes in 1973, culled from a live performance recorded on June 3, 1973 at Shinjuku Koseinenkin Hall i. .6/7/2015 · Jean Terrell, Mary Wilson and Lynda Laurence were the 'new' Supremes when the toured Japan in 1973. The group had hit the top with exciting hits like "Up The Ladder.
The Supremes (2000 album). The set covers The Supremes' entire recording history, from its first recordings as The Primettes in 1960 to its final recordings in 1976. The set is four compact discs long; a bonus disc, An Evening with The Supremes, contained mostly unreleased live recordings and was included in the first 25,000 sets. Included in the set is a 70-page booklet with extensive essays, track annotations, and a full discography. Disc one: The Supremes: Early years. Disc two: The Supremes: The success years.
The Supremes "IN JAPAN!" (Motown, Victor CD4W-7040), very rare Japan LP with insert. This album was recorded live in Japan 1973. CONDITION: Cover is in VG++ to VG+++, Record is in VG+ to VG++. PAYMENT: Paypal only!
The Supremes, an American female singing group, were the premier act of Motown Records during the 1960s. Originally founded as The Primettes in Detroit, Michigan, in 1959, The Supremes' repertoire included doo-wop, pop, soul, Broadway show tunes, psychedelic soul, and disco.
|1||Introduction - T.C.B.||The Supremes||1:43|
|2||Stop! In the Name of Love Lamont Dozier / Brian Holland / Eddie Holland||The Supremes||2:37|
|3||Medley: For Once in My Life/I'll Take You There/Cabaret||The Supremes||5:10|
|4||Stoned Love Yennik Samoht / Frank Wilson||The Supremes||3:53|
|5||Can't Take My Eyes off You/Quiet Nights of the Quiet Stars Bob Crewe / Bob Gaudio||The Supremes||5:35|
|6||New Hit Medley: Automatically Sunshine/Floy Joy/Nathan Jones/Up ...||The Supremes||5:23|
|7||Hit Medley: Reflections/Where Did Our Love Go/Baby Love/My World ...||The Supremes||4:08|
|8||Bad Weather Ira Tucker / Stevie Wonder||The Supremes||5:08|
|9||Cherry Cherry Pie||The Supremes||1:07|
|10||Tossin' and Turnin' Barbara Lewis / Malou Rene||The Supremes||7:46|
|11||Somewhere Leonard Bernstein / Stephen Sondheim||The Supremes||6:01|
CreditsLeonard Bernstein - Composer
Bob Crewe - Composer
Lamont Dozier - Composer
Bob Gaudio - Composer
Brian Holland - Composer
Eddie Holland - Composer
Barbara Lewis - Composer
Malou Rene - Composer
Yennik Samoht - Composer
Stephen Sondheim - Composer
The Supremes - Primary Artist
Ira Tucker - Composer
Frank Wilson - Composer
Stevie Wonder - Composer