Albums produced by Edward Holland, Jr.

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  1. Band of Gold

    Band of Gold (2009)

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    Band of Gold was Freda Payne's third studio album and her first for Invictus Records. It was released to capitalize on the success of the title track that became an instant smash on the Pop charts in the US and the UK. Other hits that came from the album included "Unhooked Generation" (released before "Band of Gold") and "Deeper and Deeper." The tenth track was written by Payne's younger sister, Scherrie. Cover versions include Gary Puckett and the Union Gap's hit "This Girl Is a Woman Now" and Andy Williams' hit "Happy Heart."


  2. Mary, Scherrie & Susaye

    Mary, Scherrie & Susaye (1976)

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    Mary, Scherrie & Susaye is the final studio album by The Supremes, released in 1976 on the Motown label. It featured the final line-up for the Supremes, composed of original Supreme Mary Wilson and latter-day members Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene. All three Supremes take leads on the album. The album was a mixture of disco dance tracks and R&B ballads. Payne and Greene mostly took over the dance tracks while Wilson performed the ballads. The album was released on October 1976, nine months before the trio disbanded.


  3. High Energy

    High Energy (1976)

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    High Energy is an album by The Supremes, released in 1976 on the Motown label. The first album since 1968's Reflections to include four Supremes members, it also is notable for featuring the last Billboard Hot 100 Top 40 pop hit for the group, "I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do the Walking".


  4. Soulful Tapestry

    Soulful Tapestry (1971)

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    Soulful Tapestry is the third studio album by girl group the Honey Cone. It was released by Hot Wax/Invictus Records in 1971 (see 1971 in music).


  5. Watchout!

    Watchout! (1966)

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    Watchout! was the fourth studio album and fifth album overall by Martha and the Vandellas, released on the Gordy (Motown) label in 1966. The album featured the hit singles, "I'm Ready for Love" and "Jimmy Mack" and the ballad single, "What Am I Gonna Do Without Your Love?" This was one of the last albums by the girls to feature songs from Holland, Dozier, Holland, who the following year would leave Motown, as was with William "Mickey" Stevenson, the man who helped put the group on the musical map. The title of the album "Watchout!" was derived from a song featured on the flip-side of their hit single "My Baby Loves Me" (released earlier in 1966) entitled "Never Leave Your Baby's Side" (never released on an album). That song featured a chorus from the Vandellas which warned to "Watchout!" for "other girls" who could steal your man.


  6. Give and Take

    Give and Take

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    Give And Take is the fourth album from The Dynamic Superiors, and their last on Motown Records. Released in 1977, it includes covers of Martha and the Vandellas' "Nowhere to Run" and Stevie Wonder's "All In Love Is Fair". It is also noted that singer Mariah Carey sampled the song "Here Comes That Feeling Again" for a song she recorded called "I Feel It" (co-produced by Mahogany) which was intended to be released on her album The Emancipation of Mimi, but was denied clearance for the use of the song by the songwriters (It was leaked out to the internet later, but still remains officially unreleased).


  7. Greatest Hits

    Greatest Hits (1966)

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    Greatest Hits is a greatest hits album by Martha and the Vandellas, released by the Motown's Gordy label in 1966. Included are popular Vandellas hits such as "Dancing in the Street", "Come and Get These Memories", "(Love Is Like a) Heat Wave", "Live Wire", "Wild One", "Nowhere to Run", and "Quicksand" and featured non-album singles "You've Been in Love Too Long", "Love (Makes Me Do Foolish Things)".


  8. Heat Wave

    Heat Wave (1963)

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    Heat Wave is the second album released by American Motown girl group Martha and the Vandellas. Released in 1963 on Motown's Gordy imprint, intended to capitialize on the success of the title track, which rose to number four on the pop singles chart and number-one on the R&B singles chart. The album was produced by the likes of Holland-Dozier-Holland (who composed the group's first five hit singles) and Mickey Stevenson. This was the last album to feature original Vandella Annette Beard.


  9. Come And Get These Memories

    Come And Get These Memories (1963)

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    Come Get These Memories was the debut album by American girl group Martha and the Vandellas on Berry Gordy's Motown label. Released after the success of the trio's hit of the same name, the album also features the group's debut single, "I'll Have to Let Him Go", which was originally intended for Mary Wells, and "A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knocking Everyday)". Most of the album was produced by Holland–Dozier–Holland and William "Mickey" Stevenson.


  10. Dance Party

    Dance Party (1965)

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