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Meet The Supremes

The Supremes

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1
Your Heart Belongs To Me
The Supremes
2:38
2
Who's Lovin' You
The Supremes
2:48
3
Baby Don’t Go
The Supremes
2:11
4
Buttered Popcorn
The Supremes
2:35
5
I Want A Guy
The Supremes
2:52
6
Let Me Go The Right Way
The Supremes
2:31
7
You Bring Back Memories
The Supremes
2:37
8
Time Changes Things
The Supremes
2:32
9
Play A Sad Song
The Supremes
2:56
10
Never Again
The Supremes
3:07
11
He's Seventeen
The Supremes
2:43
Total Playing Time    29:30
UK Albums Chart - #8, 1964

The debut from the Supremes, released in 1962, features the group's short-lived lineup of four members: Barbara Martin, not included on the cover art, recorded many of the tracks on this album before leaving the Supremes months before it came out. Despite several songs and production by Smokey Robinson, Berry Gordy, Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier, Meet The Supremes failed to make any impact in the US but did become a top 10 UK chart success when issued overseas in 1964.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Motown Records Studio Masters

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