The Supremes singles discography

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  1. A Bit Of Liverpool

    A Bit Of Liverpool (1964)


    A Bit of Liverpool is an album by singing group The Supremes, released in the fall of 1964 on the Motown label. It was produced by Berry Gordy with Hal Davis and Marc Gordon doing the mixing.

  2. A Breathtaking Guy

    A Breathtaking Guy (1975)


    "A Breathtaking Guy" is a 1963 song written and produced by Smokey Robinson and released first by Motown singing group The Supremes (1963) and later by The Marvelettes (1971). The single was originally released under the title "A Breath Taking, First Sight Soul Shaking, One Night Love Making, Next Day Heartbreaking Guy" by The Supremes, but was shortened after its official release. All three Supremes members - Diana Ross, Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson - sung the chorus with the original title together.

  3. A Place In The Sun

    A Place In The Sun (1968)


  4. After All

    After All (1970)


    "After All" is a 1960 song written by Smokey Robinson and originally recorded and released by The Miracles on the Tamla label. It was later covered as an unreleased single by The Supremes for Tamla; it was canceled in favor of the single "Buttered Popcorn", and their cover wasn't released until it appeared on the 2000 box set, The Supremes. The song is noted for both groups' unusual choices for leads. For the Miracles' version it serves as a rare lead for Claudette Rogers Robinson, instead of the group’s main lead, Claudette's husband, Smokey Robinson. In the Supremes' case it is their only single to feature Barbara Martin singing on lead vocals (although she does have a spoken line during the song "(He's) Seventeen"). Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson, and Diana Ross sing verses, and Martin sings the bridge (usually Ballard or Ross was given the lead on the group's recordings at that time). "After All" was also later covered by The Marvelettes, in the early 1970s, with group member Wanda Young Rogers as lead. (There's a connection to the two previous groups in that Wanda Young was the wife of Miracles member Bobby Rogers, and she was the only member of The Marvelettes on the song—as with the late-1960s singles of The Supremes, The Andantes served as background singers.) Their version appears on the album The Return of the Marvelettes.

  5. Automatically Sunshine

    Automatically Sunshine (1972)


    "Automatically Sunshine" is a single written by Smokey Robinson and released as a single by Motown singing group The Supremes as the third single off their popular album Floy Joy in 1972.

  6. Baby Love

    Baby Love (1964)


    "Baby Love" is a 1964 song recorded by the Supremes for the Motown label.

  7. Back In My Arms Again

    Back In My Arms Again (1965)


    "Back in My Arms Again" is a 1965 song recorded by The Supremes for the Motown label.

  8. Bad Weather

    Bad Weather (1973)


    "Bad Weather" is a song recorded and released as a single by Motown vocal group The Supremes in 1973. It was composed and produced by Stevie Wonder The song was then-lead singer Jean Terrell's last charted single as a member of the Supremes and the second and last time brief group member Lynda Laurence was featured on a Supremes single.

  9. Barbara Martin

    Barbara Martin


  10. Betty McGlown

    Betty McGlown

    American musician

  11. Buttered Popcorn

    Buttered Popcorn (1964)


    "Buttered Popcorn" is a 1961 song written by Motown president Berry Gordy and songwriter Barney Ales, and produced by Gordy, and released as a Tamla label single by Motown singing group The Supremes. It was the group's second single since signing with Motown Records (and their third overall) as well as their second, and last, single for the Tamla label, before moving to the Motown label.

  12. Cindy Birdsong

    Cindy Birdsong

    American singer

  13. Come See About Me

    Come See About Me (1964)


    "Come See About Me" is a 1964 song recorded by The Supremes for the Motown label.

  14. Cream Of The Crop

    Cream Of The Crop (1969)


    Cream of the Crop is a 1969 album recorded by Diana Ross & the Supremes for the Motown label, the final regular Supremes studio album to feature lead singer Diana Ross. The album was released in November 1969, after the release and rising success of the hit single "Someday We'll Be Together."

  15. Diana Ross

    Diana Ross

    American vocalist, music artist and actress

  16. Diana Ross & The Supremes Join The Temptations

    Diana Ross & The Supremes Join The Temptations (1968)


    Diana Ross & the Supremes Join The Temptations is, as the title implies, a collaborative album combining Motown's two best selling groups, Diana Ross & the Supremes and The Temptations. Issued by Motown in late 1968 to coincide with the broadcast of the Supremes/Temptations TCB television special, the album was a success, reaching #2 on the Billboard 200. Originally the lead single was to have been "The Impossible Dream" as featured in the climax to the TV spectacular TCB. However, it was decided to release "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" as a single instead even though it wasn't featured on TCB. This became a number-two hit on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the R&B charts, and the follow-up, "I'll Try Something New", was a Top 30 hit. A third single, "I Second That Emotion", was released exclusively in the United Kingdom, where it became a Top 20 hit.

  17. Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing and Perform "Funny Girl"

    Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing and Perform "Funny Girl"


    Diana Ross & the Supremes Sing and Perform "Funny Girl" is a 1968 cover album of songs from the Broadway musical Funny Girl, released by Diana Ross & the Supremes on the Motown label. Motown had Ross and the Supremes cover the Funny Girl songs (several of which were to appear on their shelved 1965 album There's a Place for Us) to tie-in with the September release of the feature-film version of the musical. The LP was not a success, and, with a Billboard 200 peak of 150, ranks as the lowest-charting of the Diana Ross-led Supremes albums.

  18. Dreamgirls



    Dreamgirls is a Broadway musical, with music by Henry Krieger and lyrics and book by Tom Eyen. Based upon the show business aspirations and successes of R&B acts such as The Supremes, The Shirelles, James Brown, Jackie Wilson, and others, the musical follows the story of a young female singing trio from Chicago, Illinois called "The Dreams", who become music superstars. The musical opened on December 20, 1981 at the Imperial Theatre, and was nominated for 13 Tony Awards, including the Tony Award for Best Musical, and won six. It was later adapted into a motion picture from DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures in 2006.

  19. Dynamite

    Dynamite (1971)


    Dynamite is the third and last collaborative album between Motown labelmates The Supremes and The Four Tops, released on the Motown label in 1971. It was also as unsuccessful as the previous two, peaking at the lower hundreds of the Billboard Top 200 and failing to yield any hit singles. A year later, the Four Tops parted from Motown to sign with ABC Records (today, the catalogs of both ABC and Motown are owned by Universal Music Group).

  20. Everybody's Got The Right To Love

    Everybody's Got The Right To Love (1970)


    "Everybody's Got the Right to Love" is a socially conscious–inspired pop song written by Lou Stallman, produced by Frank Wilson and released as a single in 1970 by Motown group The Supremes, who took the song into the top forty in mid-1970 following the release of "Up the Ladder to the Roof".

  21. Florence Ballard

    Florence Ballard

    American singer

  22. Floy Joy

    Floy Joy (1971)


    "Floy Joy" is a song written by Smokey Robinson and released as a single in December 1971 by popular Motown female singing group The Supremes.

  23. Floy Joy

    Floy Joy (2013)


    Floy Joy is a 1972 album released by The Supremes on the Motown label. This was the only Supremes album solely produced and arranged by Smokey Robinson and included the U.S. top 20 hit, "Floy Joy" and the U.S. top 40 hit, "Automatically Sunshine", both of which were top 10 hits in the U.K.

  24. Forever Came Today

    Forever Came Today (1975)


    "Forever Came Today" is a 1967 song written and produced by the Motown collective of Holland–Dozier–Holland, and was first made into a hit as a single for Diana Ross & the Supremes in early 1968. A disco version of the song was released as a single seven years later by Motown group The Jackson 5.

  25. Former Ladies of the Supremes

    Former Ladies of the Supremes


    The Former Ladies of the Supremes, or FLOS (now "Scherrie and Lynda, Formerly of the Supremes"), is a singing group that was formed by former Supremes members Jean Terrell, Cindy Birdsong and Scherrie Payne, in 1986. Though they weren't actually Supremes members, singers Sundray Tucker, Freddi Poole and Joyce Vincent have also sung with the group, with Vincent in the group's current lineup.

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