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The Supremes Sing Holland, Dozier, Holland


Download links and information about The Supremes Sing Holland, Dozier, Holland by Supremes. This album was released in 1967 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 31:23 minutes.

Artist: Supremes
Release date: 1967
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop, Teen Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 31:23
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No. Title Length
1. You Keep Me Hangin' On (Stereo) 2:43
2. You're Gone But Always in My Heart 2:35
3. Love Is Here and Now You're Gone 2:47
4. Mother You, Smother You 2:35
5. I Guess I'll Always Love You 2:39
6. I'll Turn to Stone 2:23
7. It's the Same Old Song 2:31
8. Going Down for the Third Time 2:35
9. Love Is in Our Hearts 2:08
10. Remove This Doubt (featuring Diana Ross) 2:53
11. There's No Stopping Us Now 2:58
12. Love Is Like a Heat Wave 2:36



The Supremes lived up to their name in the late ‘60s, repeatedly topping the pop and R&B charts. The Supremes Sing Holland, Dozier, Holland (1967) ranks among the trio’s standout albums, highlighting the crucial role played by Motown’s top songwriting team in fashioning the group’s sound. The album matches fresh HDH compositions with previously-cut Supremes tracks and tunes first recorded by other Motown artists. The blockbusters here are “You Keep Me Hanging On” and “Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone,” illustrative of both the Supremes’ impeccable vocalizing and HDH’s knack for killer hooks. Those exploring deeper will find Diana Ross personalizing such gems as “I’ll Turn To Stone,” “Goin’ Down For The Third Time” and “I Guess I’ll Always Love You” (previously recorded by the Four Tops, Martha and the Vandellas and the Isley Brothers, respectively). Whether the mood is tender (“Remove This Doubt”) or determined (“There’s No Stopping Us Now”), the trio’s voices entwine around the lyrics with seductive charm. With the exception of “Heat Wave” – a song so identified with Martha Reeves that even Ross can’t claim it for her own – all of these tunes are convincing additions to the Supremes’ hit-studded canon.