No. 1's CD (2004)

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The #1's CD

by Soulsinger41 on 2/19/2004

A classic and never forgotten CD, “The No.1’s” is what Diana Ross and The Supremes have made. This CD is one of the greatest hits CD that I have ever encountered. This CD not only brought back out to the world, pure classic love songs, but it brought out the beautiful and talented vocal styles that have been forgotten or lost in today’s R&B music. This group has dominated the radio and television, and this CD shows exactly why. The CD, “The No.1’s” just shows how great they sound each time you hear them. The song “Touch Me In The Morning” is my all time favorite song, words can’t express how great that song is or how it ‘touches’ me every time I hear it. Not just that song, but the whole CD. There are no groups in today’s R&B that can compare or offer what these three women have. They are truly Divas of all time and there will never be a “Diana, Mary, Florence, and Cindy” in R&B again because they cannot be duplicated. This CD includes songs like, “Baby Love,” “Come See About Me,” and “Endless Love.” The CD is broken up into three parts: ‘The Supremes, Diana Ross and The Supremes, and Diana Ross.’ It is a twenty-four track CD and every song is unforgettable. Nothing, but the best from Diana Ross and The Supremes!!!

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#1 Supreme Music

by on 2/20/2004

This record is not just excellent, it’s SUPREME! That’s right – whoever decided to name the group Diana Ross and the Supremes was a genius because they could never have known the greatness of this group. The members of the band may no longer be together, but their music has an eternal impact on our culture. They will always be a band of beauties, who brought soul to popular culture. And now, with this new re-mastered CD of their number one hits, my children and their children can enjoy this music. This CD speaks highly of the way fans have always felt about this group – MORE! This new collection has not only digitally re-mastered songs, but more of them. Instead of cutting a song to perfection, some of the songs have been recorded in entirety, so that the fan doesn’t miss any of what was truly recorded. I love it! Not to mention that there is a new song that is remixed and another one that has never been released. It’s the greatest of their number one hits – like the title suggests. Personally, the greatest song on this album is “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” because it’s not only been in countless movies, but it’s my favorite song by the group. Of course, the whole CD is wonderful, but of course I’d say that being into Soul singing. Haha. Well, go out and buy this CD. It’s only the greatest album by the Soul Sistas and, if you only want to buy one record of theirs, go out and get this one. Enjoy!!!

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Product Overview


Label Universal Music Group
SKU 60617542
UPC 602498610022
UPC 14 00602498610022
Format CD
Release Date 2/3/2004
Author Diana Ross & Supremes
Associated Artist/Work Dido
Associated Artist/Work Dyke, Earl Van
Associated Artist/Work Gaye, Marvin
Associated Artist/Work Original Soundtrack
Associated Artist/Work Supremes (The)
Associated Artist/Work Sure!, Al B.
Technical Info
CatalogID 0001368
Lable Name Motown
Released 02/03/2007
Original Release 2003
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 79m : 38s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
Musical Guests
Lionel Richie
The Temptations
Nile Rodgers
Bernard Edwards
Album Notes and Credits
The Supremes: Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard, Cindy Birdsong, Jean Terrell (vocals).
Additional personnel: Lionel Richie, The Temptations (vocals); Nile Rodgers (guitar); Bernard Edwards (bass); Tony Thompson (drums); Johnny Bristol (background vocals).
Producers include: Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Frank Wilson, Nickolas Ashford, Valerie Simpson.
Compilation producers: Harry Weinger, Andrew Skurow, Jeff Moskow.
Recorded between 1964 & 1981. Includes liner notes by Brian Chin.
Though not as critically revered as label-mates Smokey Robinson and Stevie Wonder, the Supremes were the most popular Motown act of the 1960s. Not only did the group rack up a string of #1 singles, that, in terms of frequency and quality often rivaled that of the Beatles, they were one of the first black combos in America to truly achieve mainstream white acceptance.
In many ways, the Supremes' music represented the Motown sound distilled to its essence; Hitsville USA's throbbing bass, relentlessly danceable drum beats, and ingenious arrangements were never so purely and perfectly geared for maximum pop appeal as on early hits such as "Where Did Our Love Go" and "Stop! In the Name of Love." On later, edgier tracks, like "You Keep Me Hangin' On" and "Love Child," the Supremes managed to adapt to the changing times without losing fans. Of course, even the Supremes' massive success couldn't match the superstar status garnered by their lead singer Diana Ross, with her definitive pop-soul classics such as "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" and "Endless Love." THE #1'S comes as advertised, collecting all of the Diana Ross and the Supremes chart-toppers and delivering them with excellent sound and eye-pleasing packaging.
Disc 1
1 Where Did Our Love Go
2 Baby Love
3 Come See About Me
4 Stop! In The Name Of Love
5 Back In My Arms Again
6 I Hear A Symphony
7 You Can't Hurry Love
8 You Keep Me Hangin' On
9 Love Is Here And Now You're Gone
10 Happening, The
11 Reflections
12 Love Child
13 I'm Gonna Make You Love Me - (with The Temptations)
14 Someday We'll Be Together
15 Stoned Love
16 Ain't No Mountain High Enough - (with Diana Ross)
17 Touch Me In The Morning - (with Diana Ross)
18 Theme From Mahogany, The (Do You Know Where You're Going To?) - (with Diana Ross)
19 Love Hangover - (with Diana Ross)
20 Boss, The - (with Diana Ross)
21 Upside Down - (with Diana Ross)
22 I'm Coming Out - (with Diana Ross)
23 Endless Love - (with Lionel Richie/Diana Ross)
24 You Keep Me Hangin' On - (Almighty mix, edit)
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