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Up The Ladder To The Roof - The Supremes (70s)* - Greatest Hits And Rare Classics (CD)

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  1. The Supremes ('70s): Greatest Hits and Rare Classics is a compilation album by The Supremes, released on the Motown label. The compilation features one solo song by Jean Terrell "I Had To Fall In Love", which was released in on A&M Records, and two solo tracks by Scherrie Payne, "When I Looked At Your Face" and "Another Life From Now". Three tracks "Everybody's Got the Right to Love" Genre: R&B, Pop, Soul, Psychedelic pop.
  2. Listen free to The Supremes – The Supremes 70's: Greatest Hits And Rare Classics (Up The Ladder To The Roof - Single Version, Nathan Jones - Single Version and more). 22 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at meabsyluderbochanhillchrisamictrichul.coinfo
  3. Lynda and sister Sundray duet on this classic 70's Smokey Robinson penned Motown classic. I recorded the vocals for this and Automatically Sunshine at Jim Gi.
  4. Feb 17,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Supremes ('70s)* - Greatest Hits And Rare Classics at Discogs. Complete your The Supremes ('70s /5(10).
  5. Oct 21,  · THE SUPREMES'S GREATEST HITS: After racking up a dozen chart topping hits with MOTOWN's most popular girl group, supreme diva DIANA ROSS exited for an inevitable solo career, leaving MARY WILSON and CINDY BIRDSONG to soldier on .
  6. Producer Frank Wilson said The Supremes' second single (following their hit "Up The Ladder To The Roof"), "Everybody's Got The Right To Love" would have charted much better had he used another mix than the one that ended up on the Right On LP from and the 45 RPM single version. I agree! - It should have been this totally different take, which surfaced on the compilation The Supremes.
  7. 27 rows · Sort of an updated version of Goffin/King's "Up on the Roof," "Up on the Ladder to the .
  8. A rather ragtag greatest-hits collection. The Supremes' changing lineups didn't help give this collection any continuity -- nor did the countless producers. Smokey Robinson and Frank Wilson's productions come off better then the others. Wilson produced "Up the Ladder to the Roof," "Stoned Love," and "Everybody's Got the Right to Love," all led by Jean Terrell's biting soprano.
  9. THE SUPREMES'S GREATEST HITS: After racking up a dozen chart topping hits with MOTOWN's most popular girl group, supreme diva DIANA ROSS exited for an inevitable solo career, leaving MARY WILSON and CINDY BIRDSONG to soldier on with newly recruited lead singer JEAN TERRELL/5(16).

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