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Diana Ross And The Supremes - Reflections (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The collection was the first LP to credit the group under the new billing Diana Ross & the Supremes. Although founding member Florence Ballard is pictured on all album artwork and sings on all the tracks, by the time the set was released, she had been fired from the group and replaced by Cindy Birdsong.
  2. The trademark Holland-Dozier-Holland sound served the Supremes well from but it was time for a change and brought it with this fabulous album. This was the first LP released under the new expanded moniker that put Ms. Ross clearly out front and new member Cindy Birdsong in the background replacing Florence Ballard (though Ballard can be clearly heard on several of these /5(13).
  3. Diana Ross "All the Great Hits" is a must for any fan of her solo efforts on Motown from the period of during her breakout from the Supremes From Ain't no Mountain High enough, yes,the long version, in which in other compilations it's the short AM radio air play, Reach out touch somebody, Endless Love, Remember Me andher last hits for Motown, Upside down, I'm coming out, My old Piano,/5().
  4. Label: Motown - MS ,Motown - S ,Motown - ,Motown - MOTOWN • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Terre Haute Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul Diana Ross And The Supremes - Reflections (, Terre Haute Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(44).
  5. Jan 13,  · Diana Ross & The Supremes Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Hip-O Select); CMRRA, EMI Music Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., and 4 Music Rights Societies.
  6. Jul 18,  · 26 videos Play all "Reflections" Full Album Special Edition () By Diana Ross And The Supremes Charles Lloyd Someday We'll Be Together - Duration: The Supremes .
  7. Wonderful!". The original plan was to have the Supremes record an entire album of pop standards, to be entitled There's a Place for Us. The album was indeed recorded but shelved and left unreleased by Motown until The cover for I Hear a Symphony was the cover shot intended originally for There's a .
  8. This is the first album by "Diana Ross and the Supremes" as opposed to "The Supremes", and it shows -- a lot of the time, the Supremes (Mary Wilson, with Florence Ballard on some tracks and Cindy Birdsong on others) are buried so far in the mix as to be virtually inaudible. (Note: Another group, the Andantes, also provided background vocals.).
  9. Shelved LP. Motown originally created an album to capitalize on the success of the single, but when the single failed to hit the top of the charts the album was scrapped, and the single was included rather on Diana Ross and the Supremes' "Love Child" LP. The shelved LP .