Supremes, The - The Supremes At Their Best mp3 album
Redirected from At Their Best (The Supremes album)). At Their Best is a 1978 album by The Supremes. It includes most of their singles from 1970 through 1976 and featured, at the time, two never-before released songs: "The Sha-La Bandit" and "Love Train". It was released first in the United Kingdom in February 1978, including 14 tracks.
This is a complete listing of all of The Supremes' singles and albums. Described as 'one of the most successful groups of all time' by Billboard; 33 of their singles reached the Billboard Top 40 in the US, 23 reached either the US or UK Top 10. The Supremes are the most successful American group on the US Billboard Hot 100 with 12 number-one peaks, whilst "Baby Love" topped the UK Singles Chart. 12 of their albums reached the Top 10 in either the US or UK, with five of them reaching number-one.
With Ross leading the Supremes, their Motown hits served up a happy-sad cocktail that made them America’s most successful vocal band. Here are 10 of the classics.
At Their Best is a 1978 album by The Supremes.
This was the first ever album issued as a "Greatest Hits" exclusively for the "70's" Supremes. Track B4: ℗ 1973 Motown Record Corporation Tracks A2 & B2: ℗ 1976 Motown Record Corporation Tracks A4 & B5: ℗ 1978 Motown Record Corporation.
Album release information. The Supremes at the Copa LP was issued by Motown on November 1, 1965; Motown also released the Supremes' Merry Christmas LP on the same date. At the Copa peaked at number 11 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, and at number six on the Billboard R&B Albums chart.
T-Boz and Chilli recently revived their best-selling project, with a compilation album (20) and a. .In The Name Of Love," "Come See About Me," "You Keep Me Hangin' On," "Where Did Our Love Go. he list of Motown classics goes on and on, and although there have been many girl group smashes in the decades since the Supremes ruled the Billboard charts, no collective has yet to challenge their, for lack of a better word, supremacy.