Supremes Sing

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Put Yourself In My Place (Motown Song) - Credits - The Isley Brothers Version
... and Rudolph Isley Instrumentation by The Funk Brothers The Supremes The Supremes Diana Ross Florence Ballard Mary Wilson Barbara Martin Cindy Birdsong Jean Terrell Lynda Laurence Scherrie ... Gordy Holland–Dozier–Holland FLOS Book Category Portal Template WikiProject The Supremes singles discography 1960s (Motown) 1960 "Tears of Sorrow" (as ...
The Never-Before-Released Masters - Personnel
... Martin - background vocals The Andantes - background vocals The Supremes The Supremes Diana Ross Florence Ballard Mary Wilson Barbara Martin Cindy Birdsong Jean Terrell Lynda Laurence ... FLOS Book Category Portal Template WikiProject The Supremes singles discography 1960s (Motown) 1960 "Tears of Sorrow" (as The Primettes) 1961 "I Want a Guy" "B ...
Live At London's Talk Of The Town - Chart History
... Billboard R B Albums Chart 6 UK Albums Chart 6 The Supremes The Supremes Diana Ross Florence Ballard Mary Wilson Barbara Martin Cindy Birdsong Jean Terrell Lynda Laurence Scherrie ... FLOS Book Category Portal Template WikiProject The Supremes singles discography 1960s (Motown) 1960 "Tears of Sorrow" (as The Primettes) 1961 "I Want a Guy" "Buttered ...
The Supremes Sing Holland–Dozier–Holland
... The Supremes Sing Holland–Dozier–Holland (issued internationally as The Supremes Sing Motown) is a 1967 album by The Supremes for Motown ...
Whisper You Love Me Boy - Credits - Chris Clark Version
... The One Who Really Loves You (1962) Two Lovers and Other Great Hits (1963) Mary Wells Sings My Guy (1964) Mary Wells (1965) The Two Sides of Mary Wells (1966) Servin' Up Some Soul (1968 ... Book Category Portal Template WikiProject The Supremes singles discography 1960s (Motown) 1960 "Tears of Sorrow" (as The Primettes) 1961 "I Want a Guy" "Buttered Popcorn" 1962 "Your Heart Belongs to Me ...

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    Some critics are like chimneysweepers; they put out the fire below, and frighten the swallows from the nests above; they scrape a long time in the chimney, cover themselves with soot, and bring nothing away but a bag of cinders, and then sing out from the top of the house, as if they had built it.
    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882)