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Titolo:
Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart
Interprete:
The Supremes
Stile:
Rhythm & Blues, Ballad, Vocal
Rilasciato:
1967
Numero di catalogo:
MOS 659
Paese:
Canada
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
1962 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
1515 mb
Etichetta:
Tamla Motown

Tracklist


1Blue Moon2:38
2Where Or When3:02
3My Funny Valentine3:14
4My Romance2:38
5This Can't Be Love1:50
6Lover1:58
7Mountain Greenery1:53
8Thou Swell2:42
9Falling In Love With Love2:26
10Dancing On The Ceiling2:47
11The Lady Is A Tramp2:31
12My Heart Stood Still2:17


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
STML 11054The Supremes The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart ‎(LP, Album)Tamla MotownSTML 11054UK1967
STM 659The Supremes Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart ‎(LP, Album)MotownSTM 659Germany1967
STAM-158The Supremes Las Supremas Interpretan A Rodgers Y Hart ‎(LP, Album)Tamla MotownSTAM-158MexicoUnknown
S-32528The Supremes The Supremes Cantan Los Exitos De Roger Y Hart ‎(LP)Tamla MotownS-32528Spain1974
S/5248The Supremes The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart ‎(LP, Album, Club)World Record ClubS/5248Australia1972


Crediti


  • Written-ByRodgers & Hart


Aziende


  • Made By – Phonodisc Limited


Album


The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart is the eleventh studio album released by The Supremes for Motown in 1967. The album is wholly composed of covers of show tunes written by the songwriting duo of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. The album was the final album released before The Supremes' name was changed to Diana Ross & the Supremes, and member Florence Ballard was replaced by Cindy Birdsong. It reached 20 in the USA and ultimately sold around 500,000 copies. The Supremes: все альбомы, включая True Colours , Get ReadyStop In The Name of LoveMy GuyBaby LoveI Know I'm Losing You , Time To Relaxe и другие. The Supremes Sing Holland, Dozier, Holland. The Supremes. More Hits By The Supremes. There's A Place For Us: The Unreleased Album. Album 1967 26 Songs. R&BSoul 1967. The Lady Is a Tramp from Babes in Arms. The Supremes - Sing Rodgers & Hart 1967. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album The Supremes - Sing Rodgers & Hart 1967. The Supremes - The Lady Is A Tramp. The Supremes - Mountain Greenery. The Supremes - This Can't Be Love. The Supremes - Where Or When. The Supremes - Lover. The Supremes - My Funny Valentine. The Supremes - My Romance. The Supremes - My. Формируйте собственную коллекцию. The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart began as a multimedia spinoff based on the female vocal trio's appearance on the prime time ABC TV special Rodgers & Hart Today during the summer of 1966. Although the original idea that included a double LP was scrapped, the dozen tracks that made the cut are indeed the crème de la crème of savory and sophisticated stage and screen showstoppers with '60s soul. The naturally dramatic vocal delivery of the Supremes - Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, and Florence Ballard - was an obvious key to the success of their chart-topping hits Stop In th. The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart, 1967. Where The Supremes Sing Holland-Dozier-Holland had reached No. 6 on the US pop album chart, Sing Rodgers & Hart peaked at No. By September, Diana Ross and the Supremes as they now were were back on the charts again with their first Greatest Hits album. The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart can be bought here. Follow the Best Motown Songs Ever playlist, featuring the Supremes among more than 60 superb tracks. Related Topics:Brian Holland Diana Ross Diana Ross & The Supremes Eddie Holland Lamont Dozier Lorenz Hart Motown On This Day Richard Rodgers Rodgers & Hart Soul The Suprem. The Supremes 2002 1 songs. 1 Spring Is Here From I Married an Angel. More albums from The Supremes. All Time Greats. Higher Ground: Happy Birthday Diana Ross Mix DJ Mix. The Supremes w Diana Ross Sing Rodgers & Hart. Seen from a '60s perspective, this collection might strike a novice Supremes fan as somewhat unusual. The germ of this album was a 1966 all-star TV special honoring the music of composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist Lorenz Hart, whose songs for stage musicals and films from the mid-1920s to early 1940s had long since become one of the great treasure troves of American songraft. Twenty-five songs were subsequently recorded in Los Angeles for a planned double album that was eventually truncated to a 12-track single disc