8 thoughts on “ Where Did Our Love Go - Diana Ross And The Supremes* - Sounds Like... (CD)

  1. The versions of early Supremes songs (Where Did Our Love Go, Baby Love etc.) include only the versions with Sundray on lead vocals, despite the fact that Lynda and Scherrie also recorded lead vocals for these tracks, which are the versions previously released on the albums that should have been recreated here. This is a real disappointment/5(40).
  2. 63 rows · Sep 17,  · Ladies & Gentlemen: The Supremes have arrived! A transitional album, as /5().
  3. Diana Ross And The Supremes* ‎– Sounds Like Label: Back Biter ‎– BB Format: CD Genre: Pop. Style: Tracklist. 1: Stop! In The Name Of Love: 2: Where Did Our Love Go: 3: When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes: 4: My World Is /5(3).
  4. Diana Ross & The Supremes - Where Did Our Love Go / I Hear A there may a bit too much diana solo for me on this one, like her pallid rendering of 'with a song in my heart'. and this is the album where mary and florence begin to do their disappearing act. they're still giving out with the fervor but the tunes where they get to give it all to /5(20).
  5. May 15,  · In the Hip-O-Select division of the Universal Music Group released this 2-CD Expanded 40th Anniversary Edition of the Supremes classic Album “Where Did Our Love Go”. Both the stereo and mono versions are on Disc 1. Disk 2 contains 19 rare and unreleased songs recorded by the Supremes of that time.
  6. In , the internet-based Hip-O Select issued the double-disc Where Did Our Love Go [Expanded 40th Anniversary Edition] in a limited pressing of 10, copies. The package included the monaural and stereo mixes, plus a never before available seven-song vintage live set from the Twenty Grand Club in Detroit and another 17 unreleased studio cuts documented around the same time.9/
  7. Aug 26,  · Interestingly, the booklet to the 4-CD box set The Supremes notes that “Ask Any Girl” was recorded on April 10, — just two days after “Where Did Our Love Go” and several months prior to “Baby Love.” The song feels like a more mature extension of those other two songs — but the recording dates suggest otherwise.
  8. The Supremes, “Where Did Our Love Go” in a rare film of the group dancing through traffic singing this song. Stooshe, “Where Did Our Love Go,” in astounding live a cappella three-part.

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