Little Stevie is dead, long live Stevie Wonder! Released in 1966, this fifth album shows the beginning of Wonder's development into a mature recording artist. Backed by the Funk Brothers, the album futures such memorable tracks as "Nothing's too Good For My Baby," "Teach Me Tonight"and of course… the #1 single title track.
Released in 1966, the concept album Supremes A' Go-Go features the legendary female vocal group singing some of the biggest hits of the period (mostly by Motown groups) but it also includes a song they made a number-one hit, "You Can't Hurry Love."
The Supremes reign supreme with classic songs by Lamont Dozier and Brian and Eddie Holland on this, their last album overseen by the songwriting team. It includes the number-one singles "You Keep Me Hangin' On" and "Love Is Here And Now You're Gone."
This timeless album from 1966 features the smash hits "I Hear A Symphony" and "My World Is Empty Without You," as well as the standard "Stranger In Paradise" and covers like the Beatles' "Yesterday" and "Unchained Melody" by the Righteous Brothers.
Released in 1968, Love Child marked an evolution toward a more mature sound for the Supremes. Great producers including Ashford & Simpson, Smokey Robinson, Harvey Fuqua and many others contributed to its success, including the #1 single title track.
Motown's two biggest groups come together on these songs that were hits for other Motown acts such as Marvin Gaye and Wilson Picket. This 1969 album was a hit worldwide, helped by "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" which reached #2 in the U.S. charts.
Released in 1969, Cream Of The Crop, is the final Diana Ross & the Supremes' album before the departure of Ross. It contains such hits as "The Young Folks" and several covers like the Beatles' "Hey Jude" and "Blowin' In The Wind" by Bob Dylan.