The Supremes

Where Did Our Love Go/I Hear a Symphony

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In the early days of the CD age, Motown released an astonishing number of CDs, including a whole line of single-disc sets that contained two original records on one CD. Motown's initial CD two-fers were criticized in many quarters for shoddy, unattractive packaging and indifferent remastering, but less discriminating consumers found them perfectly acceptable, since they offered a lot of music at a reasonable price. By the mid-'90s, Motown eventually phased these discs out of print, replacing them with remastered individual discs, but some of the records never were re-released on CD, which made this series valuable for Motown collectors. This particular disc contained two of the Supremes' albums from the early '60s: Where Did Our Love Go and I Hear a Symphony. Like many Motown albums of the '60s, they're uneven, containing a couple of great singles, a few solid album tracks and some filler, but they're worth exploring by hardcore fans, especially in this context, since the highlights on both records tend to balance out the weaknesses.

Track Listing

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time Stream
1 02:33
2 02:16
3 02:38
4 03:05
5 02:44
6 02:26
7 02:39
8 02:24
9 01:59
10 02:28
11 02:47
12 02:59
13 03:05 Amazon
14 02:29 Amazon
15 02:44
16 03:50 Amazon
17 02:05 Amazon
18 03:01 Amazon
19 02:35
20 02:37 Amazon
21 03:00
22 02:52 Amazon
23 03:13
24 02:46
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